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Longstreth girls’ recruit: Cumberland Valley junior goalie Pierson commits to Manhattan

Thursday, 18th April 2013

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

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/18/13

Cumberland Valley junior goalie Liz Pierson has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Manhattan College.

Liz Pierson log:

Liz Pierson

Liz Pierson

High School: Cumberland Valley, Mechanicsburg, PA

Graduation Year: 2014

Position: Goalie

College Choice: Manhattan College

Club Affiliation: X-treme 2014

Major lacrosse honors, camps and showcases: Mid Penn Co-Champions 2011, 2012

What will you major in/study? Civil Engineering

Why did you choose Manhattan? “The Civil Engineering program at Manhattan is excellent. Coaches (Diane) Haddeland and (Catherine) Conway made me feel welcome and have great goals for the program. I feel that Manhattan is the best fit academically and athletically.”

Outlook for your High School team? “We have a very well-rounded team this year at CV and are off to a strong start. We want to win the Mid Penn Championship and go far in District play.”

Additional Comments: “I would like to thank my parents and sister for their continued love and support during my entire lacrosse career. Kelsey Evans for introducing me to the position and making me love the sport.

“I would also like to thank goalie coach Scott Hager for his tremendous investment of time and encouragement.

“Thanks to my club coach Mark Pinkerton and previous High School coach Kirstin Schneider.

“Thank you God for the opportunity to play lacrosse!”

Longstreth Women’s Sports, the official sponsor for Phillylacrosse.com girls’ recruits, congratulates Liz Pierson. Longstreth specializes in equipment, uniforms and apparel for women’s sports. Longstreth carries a huge selection of all the best women’s heads, handles, goalie gear and player accessories – including shoes and apparel. Visit longstreth.com for directions and information.


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