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Philly girls’ HS previews: Catholic Academies’ Mount St. Joseph, Nazareth

Thursday, 14th March 2013

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 3/14/13
This is one of a series of previews for the 2013 Philly lacrosse season

Mount St. Joseph Academy – Magic

Coach: Lindsey Colferai, First season as Head Coach

Last Year’s Record: 13-6

Key Returnees:
Dominique Nyzio
Alexandra Lista
Emilee Ehret
Olivia Gannon
Meg McCabe
Marley Breslin

Key Newcomers:
Mary Katherine Maloney
Isabella Balcer
Abby Aita

“I’m incredibly excited to be able to come in and be a part of such a strong program. We have an incredibly talented and experienced senior class combined with an amazing, tenacious young group that is looking to make an imprint on the field ASAP. I’m looking forward for our Senior leadership to help develop this underclassmen – we’ve got a lot in our arsenal and it’s been a lot of fun to watch at practice. This hardworking Senior class wants to leave with a standout season and there’s absolutely no doubt in my mind that they’ll be able to achieve it.”

Nazareth Academy HS

Coach: Kat Gallen 5th Season, Assistant: Colleen McCarthy 3rd season, Assistant: Shannon Harmer 1st season.

Last Year’s Record: 1-17 overall / Hosted 2nd annual Orange Game to raise support and awareness for Leukemia and will continue to host game this season

Key Returnees:
Sr. Lili Shuster: Defender, Caused Turnovers and Ground Balls, Captain
Jr. Jaclyn DiYeso, Goalie
So. Megan Kloss: Attack, Goal and Assist leader,50 goals in first season

Key Newcomers:
Fr. Erin Roche, Midfield

“I am very excited about our 2013 Season. Though we are a young team, some of the players are coming to our program with years of experience and looking forward to showing their skills in the games. Nazareth Academy’s family culture is growing and the team is working hard to preserve it both on and off the field.”


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