It didn’t take Evan Egan long to realize he’s not the type of person who likes to wait around for the three-run homer.
He was a fourth grader living in Ventura County when his older brother, Brendan, turned him onto a fast-paced sport that looked like it might quench his thirst for adrenaline.
“It looked like a blast,” Evan said of his initial impression of watching lacrosse on TV with Brendan. “It looked like a great time. Super-fun, super-fast game. Not boring.”
Evan was a high school sophomore when he transferred to Torrey Pines after his father took a new job in San Diego County and moved his family.
By then, his preference for lacrosse was clear.