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Longstreth girls’ recruit: Spring-Ford 2015 midfielder Coyne commits to Penn State

Wednesday, 9th October 2013

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

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, posted 10/9/13

Spring-ford junior midfielder Emily Coyne has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Penn State University.

Emily Coyne log:

Emily Coyne

Emily Coyne

High School: Spring-Ford

Graduation Year: 2015

Position: Midfield

College Choice: Penn State University

Club Affiliation: Dynamite Lacrosse

Major lacrosse honors, Camps: All Area Girls Lacrosse Honorable Mention, Maximum Exposure Camp and Penn State Lacrosse Camp

Academic honors, service projects: Distinguished Honor Roll Student, Two Sport Athlete (Also play field hockey); Community service includes volunteering at a nursing home, making food for the homeless, volunteering at my local library and coaching lacrosse through a local youth program.

What will you major in/study? Pre-Law

Why did you choose the school? “I chose Penn State not only for their amazing lacrosse program, but also for the exceptional academics the school offers. The support system offered to student athletes is indescribably comforting. Penn State is also a large school with big sports, which is exactly what I was looking for in a school. What really sealed the deal for me, however, is the amazing coaching staff and meeting the girls on the team. The overall environment of the school and team makes me even more excited to become a Nittany Lion!”

What are your thoughts on this past HS lacrosse season/team’s outlook for next season? “I could not be more excited for this upcoming lacrosse season. The team this year will consist of a well-rounded group of girls who all have the greatest potential to make this a winning season for Spring-Ford Lacrosse. I just love being able to play my favorite sport with some of my best friends.”

Other comments: “I would like to thank my parents, brother and friends for the continual support in not only the recruiting process but my entire lacrosse career. I would also like to thank my coaches who have helped me become the lacrosse player I am today as well as help me through the recruiting process.”

Other schools considered? Temple

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