|High School:||Malvern Prep|
The Return of the Jedi. While he may not truly possess the mind tricks, Wills does have the uncanny ability to stuff great opportunities for the opposition when they are right on top of him. He tracks the shooter's stick really well and he does not allow the first fake to throw himself out of position. Wills returns to the active roster in 2013 and he is making his presence known every day in practice because he is tired of being only a practice player. The competition for playing time in the Brown goal is as intense as it has been in six years, especially considering one of Wills' teammates, Will Round, returns as the 2nd team All-Ivy goalie. But Wills' approach this year has been absolutely admirable and he has raised the level of his own game, causing his teammates to be better and more precise with their shooting if they are going to score on him. Wills is back, and he is ecstatic to be doing what he absolutely loves to do: playing lacrosse and competing with his teammates and best friends...2010: Back-up goalie who saw action in four games…Played 30 minutes against St. Joseph’s, allowing just one goal, while making five saves…Also saw action against Duke, Penn and Providence…Secondary School Background: A graduate of Malvern Prep where he lettered in lacrosse and played squash and water polo… Named to Team Philly in 2008… Also three-time selection to Team Headstrong… Helped lead his team to three Inter-AC Championships… Also played club lacrosse for Dukes Lacrosse Club… Named to the honor roll and received career honors for all four years… Member of the National Art Honor Society and the National Science Honor Society… Personal: The son of William Joseph III and Kimberley Curley… Has one sister, Avery… Enjoys fishing and art… Undecided on his concentration.