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.@LongstrethLAX NLI signing: Six @AISowls seniors headed to D1 colleges

Wednesday, 18th November 2015

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

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 11/18/15
From Press Release

Six Agnes Irwin seniors have committed to continuing their lacrosse careers in college at Division I schools, the largest group of recruits in recent years.

Agnes Irwin seniors headed to D1 colleges

Agnes Irwin seniors headed to D1 colleges: (from left) Sarah Platt, Virginia;; Emily Fryer, Brown; Laura Pansini, Princeton; Hannah Keating, Harvard; Kristin Burnetta, Harvard; Kate White, Dartmouth

“We are extremely proud of this group of student-athletes and all they have accomplished,” said AIS Athletics Director Sheila Pauley. “This year’s group of lacrosse recruits represents the strength of the program Coach Duckenfield has built here at Agnes Irwin. Under her leadership, the Varsity squad has exceled and proven to be a formidable team.”

The varsity lacrosse team clinched the title of 2014 and 2015 Inter-Ac champions, as well as the 2015 PAISSA state champions.

The group of six includes recent National Letter of Intent signee Sarah Platt (University of Virginia) as well as five lacrosse players who have verbally committed to Ivy League schools, including Harvard recruit Hannah Keating, Nike/Lacrosse Magazine High School Girls’ Lacrosse Player of the Year.

“Agnes Irwin is fortunate to have such good role models for our younger student-athletes,” Pauley said. “ AIS has benefited tremendously from their dedication to our programs.”

This year’s recruits are:

Kristin Burnetta, Harvard (committed to admissions process)
Emily Fryer, Brown (committed to admissions process)
Hannah Keating, Harvard (committed to admissions process)
Laura Pansini, Princeton (committed to admissions process)
Sarah Platt, University of Virginia (signed a National Letter of Intent)
Kate White, Dartmouth (committed to admissions process)

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