Whether he is someday performing open-heart surgeries or orthopedically putting back the pieces of NFL stars like Tim Tebow, Clay will be an outstanding doctor. He has literally attacked his pre-med program at Brown, carrying a 3.9 GPA. For most athletes’ plates, balancing the organic chemistry and lacrosse would be enough. But Clay has also accepted the role as our leader with the Fox Point Elementary School program. He is one of those exceptional humans who must use clocks that have 28 or 30 hours in a day. On the lacrosse field, Clay has been tremendously dedicated to his evolvement as a sure-footed, strong defender. He has developed into a heavily relied upon starting close defenseman. Clay is often assigned the toughest match-ups, guarding the opponent's quickest and most dangerous attackman. His maturation, while still ongoing, has been due to one simple reason: Clay's unwavering will to be the best he can be…2011: Earned a starting role, making starts in 13 of 14 games…Picked-up 24 ground balls for the season…Picked-up five ground balls in a win over St. Joseph’s, and three each against Harvard, Bryant and Vermont…2010: Saw action in five games for the Bears…Secondary School Background: A graduate of Frontier Central High School where he lettered in lacrosse for all four years, and football… Two-time lacrosse team captain… US Lacrosse All-American selection… Named First Team All-Western New York for two seasons and First Team All-Erie County Interscholastic Conference for three… Also named First Team Buffalo All-Metro and the Buffalo FAN Awards Player of the Year in 2009… Selected to Second Team All-Western New York in 2007… Played club lacrosse for Western Empire, the Buffalo All-Stars, and the Hamburg Knights… Member of the National Honor Society and high honor roll for all four years… Personal: The son of Kenneth and Lori Del Prince… Has an older brother, Steve, and older sister Kimberlyn… Enjoys golf and fishing… Concentrating Human Biology.