Nick Sherry
Nick  Sherry


Oceanside, N.Y.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 195



As A Junior (2014): Named to the 2013-14 BIG EAST All-Academic Team ... played in 13 of 14 games as a short-stick defensive midfielder for the Red Storm ... tallied a career-high 14 groundballs and three caused turnovers ... scored the first two goals of his St. John's career in back-to-back games and took five shots on the campaign ... scored his first career goal in the Red Storm's loss at Drexel (March 4) ... scored his second goal of the season in St. John's 15-7 home victory over Georgetown (March 15) ... collected a season-high three groundballs on three occasions including in the victory over Stony Brook (March 22) ... caused one turnover and added one groundball in St. John's home overtime victory over Hofstra (March 18).

As a Sophomore (2013): Appeared in all 13 games ... picked up eight groundballs and caused two turnovers on the season ... collected one groundball and caused one turnover against Stony Brook (Feb. 23) ... collected a groundball in the Red Storm's historic upset of No. 1 ranked Notre Dame in South Bend (March 30) ... gathered a career-high two groundballs against Georgetown (Apr. 6).

As A Freshman (2012): Appeared in seven games at the defensive midfield ... picked up a groundball in his first career game against Holy Cross (Feb. 18) ... added another groundball against Siena (March 3).

At Oceanside: Lettered in lacrosse for three seasons ... named to the all-county team in 2009, 2010 and 2011 ... served as captain of the team for his junior and senior seasons ... played club lacrosse for the Long Island Rage and Long Island Empire programs ... selected to the all-county football team as a senior.

Off The Field: Son of Robert and Lori Sherry ... has two siblings, Lisa (27), who attended the University of Delaware and Mike (25), who played lacrosse for the Red Storm ... enjoys cooking, snowboarding and watching movies in his free time ... possesses the ability to recite the alphabet backwards in less than 10 seconds ... cites his brother Mike as the most influential person in his athletic career ... lists beating No. 1-ranked Notre Dame as his favorite moment in sports ... nickname is "Sulo" ... lists playing music and dancing as his pre-game rituals.

Sherry Up Close
Favorite Book: "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton
Favorite Movie: "Boondock Saints"
Favorite TV Show: "How I Met Your Mother"
Favorite Food: Pizza
Favorite Professional Team: New York Giants


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