CB South's Bernstein & Horvath Commit to Play Lacrosse at Stockton

On Friday, Nov. 15, 2020, Central Bucks South seniors Colin Bernstein & Tyler Horvath were recognized for committing to continue their lacrosse careers at the collegiate level. To view photos of the event, visit the Photo Gallery at the following link:  https://solsports.zenfolio.com/p657619869



Colin Bernstein – Stockton University (Lacrosse)

Reasons for choosing Stockton:  “One of our players who went there started talking to us about Stockton, and me and Ty (Horvath) had our overnight together. It was just an amazing atmosphere. The team bond is like a family, which is what I was looking for in a college team. They play at a high level where they can win a national championship, so I’m excited and very happy I get to enjoy that.”

What was the progression that led you to competing in lacrosse at the collegiate level?  “I played lacrosse since fourth grade since I moved up to Warrington, and I just fell in love with the sport, and I wanted to keep mastering the sport. My freshman year I started talking to a couple of colleges. Then the rule changed for committing, and I just kept striving to play college lacrosse.”

Coach Mike Strayline says:  Colin received All-SOL Continental honorable mention recognition at goalie in 2019. Colin is like a wall in the net. He has really grown as a player physically and mentally. We feel very comfortable and should excel on defense with his leadership.”

About Colin:

Favorite food:  Pasta Alfredo

Favorite TV show:  Mayans

Favorite music:  Rap


Tyler Horvath – Stockton University (Lacrosse)

Major: Business/Finance

Final list of colleges:  Stockton, Cabrini, Ursinus

Reasons for choosing Stockton:  “I chose Stockton because the lacrosse team there was my favorite lacrosse team out of all of them. Stockton also has a top-ranked business program.”

What was the progression that led you to competing in lacrosse at the collegiate level?  “When I started playing, I knew I wanted to play in high school. At that time, I obviously wasn’t that good because I was just starting, so I didn’t think college at that time was an option, but as I got closer to high school, that’s when I actually became a face-off guy and began focusing on just face-offs and less on the field. That’s when I started practicing and got better. I got older and colleges started hitting me up, and I was in.”

Coach Mike Strayline says:  Tyler earned All-SOL Continental second team recognition in 2019.  He is a strong presence at the face-off X and has broken all face-off records at CB South heading into his senior year. Tyler will be a major force in our success this season and has helped his teammates excel at the position also.”

About Tyler:

Favorite food:  Pizza

Favorite TV show:  Breaking Bad

Favorite music:  Rap