By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/18/15
Morris Catholic (N.J.) 2017 goalie Haley Driscoll has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Villanova University.
Haley Driscoll log:
High school: Morris Catholic High School, N.J.
Graduating year: 2017
College choice: Villanova University
Club affiliation: Tri-State
Lacrosse awards: Second Team All Conference NJIGLL, High School Rookie of the Year
Academic awards, other sports: Principal’s Honors, Varsity Soccer-All Conference Honorable Mention NJAC, Varsity Basketball.
Why did you choose Villanova? “Villanova University is known for its academic and athletic excellence. To be able to play D1 lacrosse at such a great school has been a lifelong dream.”
Thank You: “Most of all, I owe a special thanks to my Tri-State coaches, Tierney Conlon and Charlotte Morley, and especially Sue Montegari for all the help on and off the field. I am forever grateful for your assistance. I would like to give thanks to my high school coaches, Ron Shipley, Anthony Finn, John Murphy, and especially Mollie Shipley for working with me every day and helping me to improve my game.
“I would like to thank my parents for their constant support and the time they took to drive me to every practice, camp and tournament.
“I would like to thank my teammates, including my younger sister, Hanna, for always being there to support me. I would also like to thank my past Renegades coaches, which includes Doug Dolan, Anthony Finn, John Walker, Rob Miller, John Murphy, Kevin Mahn, Tom Lane and Marc Sherr, for introducing me to the game of lacrosse and working with me through it all.”
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