By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/27/14
Mount Saint Joseph Academy junior attack-midfield Christie Mischler has made a commitment to play Division II lacrosse at Rollins College.
Christie Mischler ledger:
High School: Mount Saint Joseph Academy, Philadelphia, PA
Graduation Year: 2015
College Choice: Rollins College(FL)
Club Affiliation: Phantastix Purple
Major lacrosse honors: Varsity Starter since Freshman year, 2013 Under Armour All-America Uncommitted 2015 Team, Team Philly-US Lacrosse National Tournament, 2013 HS League Champions,Top 200 Prospects-Class of 2015 StudentSportsLacrosse.com, PhillyLacrosse.com-Top Scoring Leaders, Northeast Top 215
What will you major in/study? International Business/Economics
Why did you choose Rollins? “Rollins has a great academic reputation, team spirit, and Florida location. Coach (Dennis) Short and Coach (Tom) Kienle have built a highly ranked program that made the Final Four the last two seasons. The coaches and players have been very supportive and positive with me during the recruiting process and I cannot wait to be a part of the Rollins Team!”
Outlook for your High School team? “Our goal is to repeat as League Champions, move on to Districts again, and win States.”
Additional Comments: “Thanks to my family for their never-ending support, and my Phantastix & Mount St. Joseph Academy teammates. I am very appreciative of the incredible coaches I have had over the years including Jen Duckenfield, Tom Gannon, Maureen Hager, and Dee Cross. I want to especially thank Phantastix Directors Sue Frazier and JoAnn Yusko for believing in me for the last 6 years of playing for their club.”
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