Colin Linggo comes to Tony’s Tavern
to help sure up the attack after moving down to Houston from New
York City. He has experience that carried him to be an
All-county HS selection back in New Jersey and to a spot on the
Loyola college team. Linggo brings a hard work mentality and
looks to work hard to become an integral part of the offense and
the attack unit. Linggo’s dodging ability will look to give
Tony’s a spark on the 2nd attack unit to keep the
opponents defense on their toes all game long. Linggo joins a
highly talented and successful attack unit that has helped lead
the team to consecutive championships. He will fit into a group
that looks to find the open player, but that can also take it to
the goal. Linggo will help the attack stay fresh and win the
battles on the offensive side of the field and help the team
defend their title in 2008.
CL: Wall Street, Boiler Room,
Debbie Does Dallas Part IX, 2008 NY Giants Super Bowl Champions
CL: Patron, Sierra Nevada,
Stella Artois, Jaeger-Bombs, Starbucks Coffee
Favorite Lacrosse Head?
CL: STX X3 & Viper
Mesh or Traditional?
CL: I was a traditional
kind of guy, but mesh is starting to grow on me just like an
TT: What has been your best
CL: Meeting Coach Dave Cottle.
He made me the person I am today. Scoring my first goal as a
member of Tony’s Tavern followed by my spectacular halftime
show. And making Trevor Tierney my personal lacrosse bitch at
TT: What is your favorite
CL: Does Sports Illustrated
Swimsuit Models count? Giants, Yankees, & NY Rangers
TT: What are your thoughts
on the team?
CL: I am extremely proud and
honored to be on this dynamic and diversified lacrosse program.
This squad is a melting pot of top Texas and Northeast players,
which makes us one the most versatile and robust teams in the
GCLA. With so many new players being integrated into Tony’s
Tavern team style and concept, we haven’t hit our stride. When
playoffs begin, this squad will be running in full cylinders
with another title in its sights.