Providence Day School senior Parker Mosack heads into his final season of lacrosseissue245parker Mosack lax 16 (1)
with a direct focus on helping his team to a successful season. The son of Glenn
and Hollie Mosack will depart for Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida following
high school graduation. Parker, who plays the Attack position, will be a member of
the school’s Lacrosse Team as he continues to chase his passion. Let’s go Beyond The
Game to learn more about Parker.

What is your favorite sports memory?

“In 7th grade my basketball team had the honor of playing at Time Warner Arena.
We started the fourth quarter down by 18 and were a huge underdog as the other
team was older and bigger. We were able to rally back and complete one of the best
comebacks I have been apart of.”

What do you consider as your top athletic accomplishments?

“Getting the opportunity to play my favorite sport at the collegiate level.”

What do you hope to accomplish or what goal do you hope to reach
before you graduate from high school?

“I hope to be one of the all time leaders for goals and or assists at Providence
Day School.”

What has participation in sports taught you that has been a big help in
other areas of your life?

“Participating in sports has taught me better time management skills and to be
a leader in the classroom as well as on the sports field.”


How did you make the decision to attend Rollins College?

“I decided to continue my lacrosse career at Rollins College in Winter Park Florida.
At first, I did not want to play in college because most of the schools I was
considering were in the North and I wanted to stay in the South. The coaches
at Rollins and at Providence Day were very helpful during the decision making

What is the most exciting thing about playing lacrosse to you?

“Being able to be a role model to younger lacrosse players and helping them
learn the game.”
How well do you perform in the classroom?

“I have 3.56 GPA and belong to various clubs, but my favorite is the Business
Club at PD. I have learned a lot about business and finance. I hope to major in
business at Rollins next fall.”

Are you involved in any community service projects?

I helped start a group called ELL. (Everyone Loves Lacrosse), this is a club
that helps provide and teach the game of lacrosse to underprivileged kids in
our area. We visit kids almost every Thursday in hopes of teaching them a new skill.”