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South Jersey women’s recruit: Shawnee senior attack White signs with Coastal Carolina

Thursday, 22nd December 2011

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Recruiting  
 

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/22/11

Shawnee (N.J.) senior attack Keri White has signed a National Letter of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at Coastal Carolina University (S.C.).

Keri White log:

Keri White


High School:
Shawnee

Graduation Year: 2012

Position:
Attack

College Choice:
Coastal Carolina

Club Affiliation:
South Jersey Select

Major lacrosse honors: Varsity letter since sophomore year; recorded 27 goals, 13 assists during her junior season;s named to All-American Lacrosse National Classic-Upper Atlantic Team.

Academic honors: Honor roll, Charity events for DECA

What will you major in/study? Business or Sociology


Why did you choose school?
” The coach (Jaime Sellers) is awesome and a great and the assistant (Christie Kaestner) is awesome. It’s a beautiful school with a really nice campus that is 20 minutes away from Myrtle Beach. There’s 18 players signed and probably more girls will walk on, but we’re all going to have a good opportunity to play since it’s such a new program.”

What is your HS team’s outlook for next year?
“We lost to Moorestown in the playoffs, but the year before we beat them for first time in a long time. We’re a very inexperienced team; we only have a few returning starters and the rest of them are all juniors and sophomores. So we’re pretty young and inexperienced. I think we’ll be pretty good. The class below is strong and talented. Even though it’s a small senior class, the seniors that do play are all going to good schools.”

Other comments:
“I definitely want to first thank my parents; they do a lot for me and help me through a lot And also I want to thank my coaches; they are the main reason I have improved and grown over the years. I have a lot of good coaches, including my dad and my mom.”

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