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Shields makes most of his return to lacrosse by signing with Coker
CMA SENIOR ROBERT SHIELDS signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and lacrosse-playing pursuits at Coker College. Looking on, from left, are CMA Dean of Students, John Heflin, CMA assistant lacrosse coach Russell Rowe and CMA head lacrosse coach Gerry Gudgel. - photo by Tom Didato
It took Robert Shields a little while to get back into the swing of things. Once the Camden Military Academy senior shook off the rust, though, there was no stopping him. Returning to the game he loved after putting his stick away for two years, Shields closed his only season as a member of the Spartans’ lacrosse team by signing a National Letter of Intent with Coker College.