Greg Campisi had a remarkable high school career, culminating in a senior season for the ages. Even before getting on the lacrosse field, Campisi quarterbacked the St. Anthony’s football team. He threw for over 1,000 yards and only threw one interception during his senior season. He led the team to a 7-2 record, but ended on a sour note. A tough one-point loss to Cardinal Hayes left a sour taste in Campisi’s mouth, and unleashed a terror on the lacrosse field. Campisi led St. Anthony’s to not one, not two, but three championship last season. In his final game on Long Island Campisi and the Friars defeated Chaminade to secure the Long Island, Intersectional and state CHSAA Class AAA titles. Campisi and his fellow seniors were able to go out on top, a magical season ended with ten straight victories and three titles; not a bad way to finish. Campisi is now at Harvard ready to take on the world of Ivy League lacrosse, but before he plays for the crimson he took some time to answer some questions for us.