His senior year at Noble and Greenough was looming, but Tate Seeman admitted that he didn’t have a great grasp of the colleges he wanted to target when this past summer began.
A 6-foot-3, 200-pound defender, he knew he was going to be playing somewhere. Once the quarantine lifted, he had a strong summer and fall tournament circuit, both with his Fighting Clams club team and some independent opportunities.
“I’ve played at some real good events with some real good players,” said Chad Palumbo, a junior at Nobles and his good friend, “and Tate is still one of the best defensemen I’ve played against. He’s really one of the best.”
Seeman also kept thinking about an email Fighting Clams president and coach Justin Walker sent out to all his players, asking them if they’d ever considered playing college lacrosse at a service academy.