Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 7/30/16
From Press Release
Coastal Carolina head women’s lacrosse coach Kristen Selvage and her staff has announced the program’s fifth signing class, which includes 17 student-athletes who will enroll at CCU and join the team this fall. They will be eligible to compete during the spring 2017 season.
The 17 signees hail from all over the country, including Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Minnesota and Florida, and played all four positions on the field during their high school careers.
“The Chanticleers Class of 2020 boasts a plethora of talent from all over the country,” Selvage said. “We are really proud to welcome this enormous class of talent with a wide variety of skills and specialties. These future Chants are comprised of five attackers, six midfielders, five defenders, and one goalkeeper. This class will aid our smooth transition from the Big South into the Atlantic Sun.
“We will be capable of spreading our talent around the field and subbing at a higher pace. We are excited to watch them raise the bar and set a higher standard for themselves and for the entire program; this group is high energy and should be a fun-filled adventure for all of us.”
Regan McComb (Pennsburg, Pa./Upper Perkiomen High School) was a standout goalkeeper at Upper Perkiomen High School, where she was a three-year letter winner. She was a three-year varsity starter, PAC-10 all-league honorable mention 2015 and an Academic All-American.
Camryn Collette (Alexandria, Va./St. Stephens and St. Agnes School) led her high school team to a pair of state championships and four ISL conference titles. Along with playing lacrosse in high school and for the Capital Lacrosse Club team, she competed in varsity field hockey and winter track.
Samantha Courtemanche (Ellicott City, Md./Centennial High School) was the captain of the Centennial High School varsity lacrosse team in her junior and senior years. In 2016, she recorded 50 goals, tallied 20 assists and scooped up 20 ground balls. As a sophomore, she was tabbed 2014 Brine National High School All-American. She also played lacrosse for the M&D Lacrosse – 2016 Red team.
Alysia LaSalle (Lake Worth, Fla./Park Vista High School) amassed 73 points (50 goals, 23 assists) in her four-year high school career. As a senior, she recorded 31 goals and 10 assists, while contributing defensively with seven caused turnovers and 30 ground balls. In 2016, she was tabbed All-District first-team, Attack Player of the Year and first-team All-Region honorable mention. She tallied seven goals and notched six assists in her junior season. Additionally, she scooped up four ground balls, caused three turnovers and won five draw controls. She was named her team’s offensive MVP in 2015. As a sophomore on the junior varsity squad, she scored 12 goals and racked up seven assists, while contributing defensively with four caused turnovers and 10 ground balls. Along with playing lacrosse for Park Vista High School and the SOFLA club team, she competed in volleyball.
Lyla Robinson (Reisterstown, Md./Franklin High School) proved to be an exceptional talent both offensively and defensively in her four years at Franklin High School. In her junior year, she scored 23 goals, tallied eight assists, scooped up 13 ground balls, caused seven turnovers and won 12 draw controls. She was tabbed All-County V-Lax First-Team in 2015. Along with playing lacrosse for Franklin High School, she was a member of the Check-Hers elite club team and was captain of her high school’s varsity volleyball team. Additionally, she is the granddaughter of MLB Hall of Famer Brooks Robinson, an 18-time All-Star for the Baltimore Orioles.
Sabrina Seidl (Grant, Minn./Mahtomedi High School) scored 39 goals and tallied 27 assists in her junior season. Additionally, she recorded 23 ground balls and caused 17 turnovers. As a sophomore, she tallied 23 goals, 20 assists, 22 caused turnovers and 28 ground balls. She set a school record for most offensive interceptions and turnovers and was tabbed All-Conference in 2015. She also earned a Rookie of the Year nod in 2012. Along with playing lacrosse at Mahtomedi High School and the Minnesota Elite club team, she was a varsity ice hockey and tennis star.
Abigail Buchanan (Wrentham, Mass./King Phillip High School) made an immediate impact with her playmaking ability, draw control expertise and field awareness during her four-year high school career, as she was tabbed Hockomock League honorable mention and all-star as well as Sun Chronicle honorable mention. Along with playing lacrosse for King Philip Regional High School, she was a member of the Mass Elite club team and has been competing in gymnastics for seven years.
Megan Busch (Annapolis, Md./Annapolis High School) was a four-year member of the varsity lacrosse team at Annapolis High School. Along with playing lacrosse, she won a county title in the shot put and competed in soccer and indoor track.
Alison Davis (Hampstead, N.H./Pinkerton Academy) was a captain of her high school lacrosse team. She propelled Pinkerton Academy to an NHIAA Division 1 Championship in 2014, as recorded the game-winning draw control in the final minute of play. In 2015, she scored two goals against Bishop Guertin High School in the division semifinals.
Hannah Krin (New Milford, Conn./Canterbury School) amassed 239 points in her four years at Canterbury School. She tallied 170 goals and 69 assists, and chipped in with 122 draw controls won. Additionally, she scooped up 159 ground balls. As a senior, she recorded 48 goals and 22 assists, along with 48 ground balls, 10 caused turnovers and 24 draw controls. Along with playing lacrosse both in high school and for the Nor’easter Lacrosse club team, she competed in high school basketball and field hockey.
Sarah McEvoy (Flanders, N.J./Mount Olive High School) racked up 259 goals in her four years at Mount Olive High School, setting school records for most goals in a season, most career goals and most career points. She was tabbed first-team all-league and all-county both in her junior and senior years. As a sophomore, she was named first-team all-league and third-team all-county. Along with playing lacrosse at Mount Olive High School and for the T3 Elite team, she competed in soccer and basketball.
Kiley Decker (Norwell, Mass./Norwell High School) was a defensive standout at Norwell High School, as she propelled her team to four league championships and two state titles. Along with competing in lacrosse, indoor track and cross country at Norwell High School, she played for the Mass Elite Lacrosse team.
Emily D’Orsaneo (Centreville, Md./Queen Anne’s County High School) was an elite defensive talent, earning a spot on the U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American team in 2015. Additionally, she was tabbed All-Conference first-time all four years of her high school career. Along with playing lacrosse at Queen Anne’s County High School, she played club lacrosse for Maryland United Lacrosse Club as well as Sea Bay Lacrosse Club.
Lyndsey McLamb (Ellicott City, Md./Mount Hebron High School) was a leader on defense at Mount Hebron High School as well as on the M&D club team, where she served as team captain. In 2016, she caused eight turnovers and scooped up 13 ground balls. Along with playing lacrosse, she competed in varsity soccer and basketball. She was also a standout in dance.
Anya McSorley (Bel Air, Md./John Carroll High School) was a defensive standout at the John Carroll School. Along with playing high school lacrosse, she competed for the NEMS North East Maryland Select club team between 2011 and 2015. Additionally, she played for the Green Turtle club team from 2010 until 2011, as well as the ILax club team between 2008 and 2010.
Haley Wells (Timonium, Md./St. Paul’s School for Girls) scooped up 17 ground balls, caused eight turnovers and won four draw controls in her senior year at St. Paul’s School for Girls. As a junior, she earned a spot on the Baltimore Metro All-Star lacrosse team. Along with playing lacrosse in high school and for the TLC and Diamonds club teams, she competed in swimming and cross country.
Rebecca Dickinson (Winter Park, Fla./Winter Park High School) made her presence felt on both sides of the field in her four-year high school career, as she scored 34 goals, tallied 19 assists, caused 132 turnovers and scooped up 267 ground balls. She set Winter Park High School records in ground balls in a single season (84), as well as in a career (267). Additionally, she holds the school record in caused turnovers in a single season (43), as well as in a career (132). She helped her team win two Metro conference championships in her four years, while earning numerous accolades including Super Sophs All-Star selection (2014), Midfielder of the Year (2015), Florida Senior All-Star Game selection (2016), Unsung Hero award (2016). Along with playing lacrosse at Winter Park High School, she played club lacrosse for RC Elite Revolution Florida, varsity softball and basketball.