Wellington High School boys lacrosse player Tyler Kuhlman has signed with Florida Southern College to play lacrosse.
The senior attackman is team captain for the Wolverines. He set the school scoring record during the 2012 season with 60 goals and 47 assists. He also was voted team MVP, and earned first team all-district and second team all-region honors.
Kuhlman also played club lacrosse with Team 22 and Team Florida. Kuhlman is a Brine All-American and played in the National Lacrosse Classic representing Florida.
After considering several Division I offers, Kuhlman decided to stay in Florida, committing to the FSC Moccasins under coach Marty Ward. Kuhlman will study business and sports management.
Kuhlman still has one more season as a Wolverine before he embarks on his future as an FSC Moccasin and hopes to make an impact by helping lead the Wolverines into the 2013 season.
Above: Tyler Kuhman with his father Tim Kuhlman and WHS boys lacrosse coach Joe Calby.