Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/18/15
Pansini Law Group and Phillylacrosse.com congratulate this week’s honorees for the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll. Each winner receives a $50 gift certificate to Starbuck’s. Overall male and female winners at the end of the season will receive a large cash prize. HS coaches can nominate their players by sending information to email@example.com. There will be one more group of honorees next week.
Katie McDonough, George School, 2015, Attack
College Commitment: Bowdoin College
Service Projects: Junior year organized a “Lax the Nation” fundraiser for our team, Leader of “Arts for Relief” (major fundraiser at our school – money went to Philly Mural arts Program)
Academic Honors: International Baccalaureate Diploma Candidate, National Merit Commended Student
Lacrosse Honors: Led team in assists this year, 4 year varsity player/Academic All-American
Additional Info: Varsity soccer for 4 years at George School
Mackenzie Galli, Parkland, 2015, Attack-Midfield
College Commitment: Virginia Commonwealth University
Service Projects: Guide for visually impaired, Miracle League, Tutor
Academic Awards: GPA 3.9, National Honor Society, Scholar Athletic Recognition, Commencement speaker at graduation.
Lacrosse Honors: Had 54 goals, 22 assists in 2015 to help team finish 19-3 and win Lehigh Valley League title
Elizabeth Mitchell, Emmaus HS, 2015, Defense
College Commitment: Saint Joseph’s University of Philadelphia- Honors College
Academic Honors: Principals Honor Roll, Outstanding Academic Excellence award-2012-13 American Studies II Honors, Principal award World Studies, GPA of 4.103
Community Service: 2013- present- Rotary Club High School Association, 2008-present- Senior member Girl Scout Interest patrol
Lacrosse Honors: 3 yr starter, Team captain, 2015- All EPC Defensive player award, Emmaus High School Scholar Athlete, 2015 Player’s Player Award (voted by teammates), 2014 EHS Defensive player
Coach’s Comments: “It has been a pleasure coaching Elizabeth her high school years on the lacrosse field. Her team leadership and attributes on and off the field have earned her respect from her coaches and peers. Liz will be successful in whatever dream she follows.”
Ana Emrick, Parkland, 2016, Midfield
Academic Honors: NHS, Spanish National Honors Society and English National Society, GPA 4.1
Service Projects: Volunteer for local youth lacrosse league.
Lacrosse Honors: Brine National All-American, LVIAAC champs 13, 14, 15; District X1 champs 2014
Megan Massimino, Radnor, 2015 attack
College commitment: Georgetown
Academic honors: 3.8 GPA, US Lacrosse Academic All-American
Service Projects: Radnor youth coach and Certified USL youth referee; Winner of the John Geary Radnor Youth Award for her 4 years of service
Lacrosse Honors: Won the Pixie Hamilton Award for effort in 2014 and the Jean Farley leadership award in 2015.