By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/20/16
Radnor 2017 defensive/midfielder Allison Lanzone has been named the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete of the Week.
The award recognizes senior and junior lacrosse players that excel in academics, service and athletics.
Allison Lanzone profile:
High school: Radnor
Position: Defensive midfielder
College choice: Committed to admissions process at Brown University
Awarded University of Pennsylvania Junior Book Award
National Honor Society
Distinguished Honor Roll
Attended the 7th Congressional District Youth Leadership Conference in the fall as a representative to Radnor High School
Student Council – Vice President
Coaches Radnor Youth Lacrosse
Has volunteered for KSF and raised money for the foundation.
Did a MLK day of service for the Unitarian Society of Germantown
Radnor youth soccer official
Member of The club/organization “Speak Up!” (which provides nights where students, teachers and parents in the community can come and discuss issues/ask questions to better understand each other)
Lacrosse honors: 3 sport varsity starter (lacrosse, soccer, basketball), 2016 PASLA Team 2
What are your future goals?
Lanzone: “I’m interested in majoring in the medical field at Brown. As for my future goals, I’d like to stay involved in sports through playing and coaching, while also pursuing a career that is rewarding and brings value to my community.”
How do you describe leadership?
Lanzone: “I believe that being a leader on the field means being the teammate that can be counted on not only lead by example skill-wise, but to bring a positive attitude and to go 100% all of the time. Off the field, I think it’s important to work on your skills so you can make an impact on the field, but I also think being an approachable teammate and friend is essential for success on any team. Being approachable means being a teammate that your teammates can go to for help, as well as being a teammate that your friends can give help and advice to easily.”
How do you balance lacrosse, school, and extracurriculars?
Lanzone: “Staying busy actually helps me manage my time because I know my schedule, and I know how important it is to be focused during the limited time I have for schoolwork after practices and games. I love being involved in clubs and extracurriculars as well, and it’s easier to participate in these when my work is done, so that is a big motivator to stay on top of my work.”
Coaches may nominate players for the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete award by e-mailing us at email@example.com. The e-mail should provide all information on academics, service and lacrosse and a photo must be provided or arranged. All weekly winners will receive a $50 gift card and be eligible for the end-of-year overall winners.