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.@LongstrethLAX girls’ recruit: Archbishop Carroll 2016 midfield-attack Matey commits to Ohio State

Tuesday, 13th May 2014

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

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/13/14

Archbishop Carroll High School sophomore midfield-attack Meghan Matey has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at The Ohio State University.

Meghan Matey log:

Meghan Matey

Meghan Matey

High School: Archbishop Carroll High School

Graduation Year: 2016

Position: Midfield/Attack

College Choice: The Ohio State University

Club Affiliation: Dynamite

Lacrosse Honors: Nike Elite 120, National Invitation Team 2013 & 2014

What will you major in/study? Sports/Business Management

Why did you choose OSU? “I love the campus, facilities and the school spirit. I also felt very comfortable with the coaching staff. On the academic side, they offer a vast array of majors and support.”

What is your team’s outlook for the season? “So far we are having a good season and have great leadership from our seniors and juniors. We look forward to defending our Catholic title and look to compete for a State championship”

Additional Comments: “I’d like to thank my High School coach Lorraine Beers. She has been very helpful in guiding me and my parents. I’d also like to thank my travel coach Laurie Markle and Dynamite’s Club director, Maureen Burger. A special thanks to Jen Sterritt who first got me involved with lacrosse in 6th grade. Lastly, I’d like to thank my parents, siblings and friends for all their help and support.”

Other schools considered: Delaware, Boston College, Penn State, Bryant and Massachusetts

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