Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/10/10
Princeton head women’s lacrosse coach Chris Sailer (Haverford High) has announced the recruiting class of eight student-athletes to join the team as the Class of 2014. the list is headed by Penn Charter midfielder Kellie Ragg.
“We are so excited for the Class of 2014 to join our team next season,” Sailer said. “This class is one of the most diverse in Princeton lacrosse history, and includes our first ever players from the Chicago area. These eight student-athletes will bring a lot of personality, talent and competitiveness to our program. As a group they are eager to learn and fun to coach, and we’re looking forward to seeing just how much they add to our program over their careers.”
Sailer and her assistant coaches Michelle DeJuliis, Amy Altig and Patty Kennedy bring in two attackers, two midfielders, three defenders and one goalie. They include:
•Grace Bowen – 5-4, Attack, Kenilworth, Ill./Loyola Academy
•Liz Cutting – 5-7, Defense, Towson, Md./Towson
•Caroline Franke – 5-10, Goal, Annapolis, Md./Severn School
•Sarah Lloyd – 5-8, Midfield, Severna Park, Md./Severna Park
•Kellie Ragg – 5-5, Midfield, Rydal, Pa./William Penn Charter
•Mary-Kate Sivilli – 5-4, Attack, Greenlawn, N.Y./John Glenn
•Colleen Smith – 5-7, Defense, Wilmette, Ill./Loyola Academy
•Erin Williams – 5-9, Defense, Columbus, Ohio/Upper Arlington
Bio on Kellie Ragg:
A three-sport athlete at William Penn Charter, Ragg earned four varsity letters in lacrosse and was captain her senior season and MVP her junior year. In 2009, she was named All-Inter-Academic League and was a US Lacrosse All-Academic. Ragg played club lacrosse for the Ultimate Goal Lacrosse travel team for three years and played for the regional Philadelphia team in the US Lacrosse National Tournament. In addition to lacrosse, Ragg was a four-year letterwinner in field hockey and swimming where she earned all-league honors twice in both sports and was captain of both teams her senior year. Ragg considered North Carolina, Penn, Vanderbilt and Yale.
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