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Longstreth girls’ recruit: Spring-Ford 2015 midfielder Connelly commits to Towson

Thursday, 3rd October 2013

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

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/3/13

Spring-Ford junior midfielder Kat Connelly has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Towson University.

Kat Connelly log:

Kat Connelly (right)

Kat Connelly (right)

High school: Spring-Ford

Year of graduation: 2015

Position: Midfield

College choice: Towson

Club affiliation: Phantastix

Major lacrosse honors, camps: Maximum Exposure All Star, Top 215 and Towson’s camp

Academic honors: Dist. Honor Student, 2 sport athlete (also play soccer)

Intended major:
Business/Marketing

Why did you choose school? “I chose Towson because I like the overall campus and team atmosphere. Over the summer, I fell in love with playing lacrosse there and I know that Towson will give me the college experience I desire and exceed all my expectations. Plus my sister goes there!”

Outlook for 2014 season: “I am more than excited for this upcoming season for school lacrosse. We have a solid group of girls with great lacrosse skills and I can not wait to get back on the filed with some of my best friends and favorite teammates.”

Other comments:
“I would like to thank my parents for their ongoing support during my recruiting process and lacrosse career. I also owe a huge thank you to all my lacrosse coaches throughout the years.”

Other schools considered:
Virginia Tech, Jacksonville, Villanova, and Navy.

Longstreth Women’s Sports, the official sponsor for Phillylacrosse.com girls’ recruits, congratulates Kat Connelly. 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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