Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/26/16
From Press Release
Davidson women’s lacrosse head coach Kim Wayne announced Monday the addition of eight recruits to the class of 2020 who will join the program this coming Fall. The class is comprised of three attackers, three midfielders, a defender and a goalie, while hailing from six different states.
“I’m thrilled to welcome eight recruits to this new class for next year,” said Wayne, who is entering her eighth season. “Our focus going into the recruiting process was adding speed to our midfield, quickness to our defense and aggressiveness on attack. We believe we found all of that in our incoming recruits and are excited to see them put it into action next season.”
The Wildcats will welcome to the Class of 2020: Maddie Hunter (Charlottesville, Va.), Lauren Wolfe (Coopersburg, Pa.), Shannon Blee (Baltimore, Md.), Shayne Antolini (Babylon, N.Y.), Delaney Guhman (Greensboro, N.C.), Genna Portner (Baltimore, Md.), Claudia Becker (West Chester, Pa.) and Jordan Wood (Hockessin, Del.)
Meet the incoming class:
Hometown: West Chester, Pa.
High School: The Episcopal Academy
Athletic & Academic Honors: competed in both lacrosse and soccer during prep career … earned three letters in lacrosse … 2014 Interac Champions … named to the Philly National Tournament Team in both 2014 and 2015 … 2015 Episcopal Academy Most Valuable Defender Award winner … 2015 US Lacrosse Academic All American … named 2015 Underarmor underclass selection … a four-year letter winner in soccer … two-time Iterac Champion in 2012 and 2015 … team captain in 2015 … given Episcopal Academy Mind Body Spirit Award in 2015.
Hometown: Hockessin, Del.
High School: Charter School of Wilmington
Athletic & Academic Honors: played both field hockey and lacrosse … was four-year letterwinners in both sports … field hockey honors: 2015 – senior captain, first-team all-conference and given Heart and Hustle Award … 2014 – second-team all-conference and again Charter School of Wilmington – Conference Champion … 2013 – second-team all-conference and again Charter School of Wilmington – Conference Champion … won first of three Charter School of Wilmington conference championships … lacrosse honors: 2016 senior captain … 2015 –
Charter School of Wilmington – Conference Champion, Charter School of Wilmington – ranked fifth in the state of Delaware, second-team all-state and first-team all-conference, team high scorer with 61 goals … named US Lacrosse Academic All American and US Lacrosse National Tournament School Girls Division and was High School Athlete of the Week (WDEL) … 2013 – Charter School of Wilmington – Conference Champion and ranked fourth in the state, named team’s Most Outstanding Varsity Midfielder, second-team all-conference after scoring 31 goals, named Brine National High School All American and named to the Maximum Exposure Rising Sophomore All-Star team.
Hometown: Coopersburg, Pa.
High School: Southern Lehigh
Athletic & Academic Honors: four-year varsity starter – started in every game since freshmen year … district championship, 2013 & 2015 … 2013 Morning Call Team of the Year … Lehigh valley live player of the week during 2015 season … three-time honorable mention all-area … 2015 Academic All-American
Hometown: Charlottesville, Va.
High School: St. Anne’s Belfield Academy
Athletic & Academic Honors: Will play women’s lacrosse and run on the women’s cross country team at Davidson … AP Scholar, High School All-Academic and Scholar Athlete Award recipient – as a sophomore and junior … Lacrosse honors: Four-year varsity starter … Academic All-American for lacrosse, All-LIS First Team and given Coaches Award all in 2015 … team captain final prep season … Brine All-American Team … LIS Conference Champions … Cross Country honors: five-year varsity runner … VISAA Division I State Champion, 2015 … LIS Conference Champion in 2011 and 2015 … two-time team captain (2015, 2016) … five-time first-team all state (2011-2015) … named first-team All-LIS in 2011-2015 … Division I state runner-up, 2013 … Team MVP – 2011-2015 … school record holder in the 5K, three mile and two mile, 800m (track) and 1600m (track) … All-Central Virginia (2012-2015) … 2015 All-Central Virginia Runner of the Year … 2012 & 2014 Women in Sports Outstanding Female High School Athlete award … Schewel’s athlete of the week during 2015 season.
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
High School: Mount De Sales Academy
Athletic & Academic Honors: Received Unsung Hero for cross country … MVP for indoor track … team captain for cross-country team.
Hometown: Babylon, N.Y.
High School: Babylon
Athletic & Academic Honors: Three-sport star during prep career in soccer, basketball and lacrosse at Babylon … soccer honors included: 2012 Suffolk County Class B champions … all-conference and all-league as a sophomore and junior … all-league as a senior and academic all-league as a junior and senior … two-time team captain … basketball honors were all-league as a junior and a two-time team captain as junior and senior … lacrosse prep honors: two-time all-county and all-league … Academic All-American as a junior … Long Island all-american in 2014 and 2015 … … team captain as a junior and senior.
Hometown: Greensboro, N.C.
High School: Western Guilford
Athletic & Academic Honors: Women’s Lacrosse all-area defensive player of the year and All-Guilford Conference in 2015 … 2015 US Lacrosse Academic All-American … set school record for most caused turnovers (39) in 2015 … also set school record for most saves in a game (34) during the second round of the state playoffs in 2014 … three-time News and Record women’s lacrosse all-area team (2013-15) … named to the All-Guilford Conference and all-area team three times … 2014 conference co-champions- made it to second round of state playoffs.
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
High School: McDonogh
Athletic & Academic Honors: two-sport letterwinner in lacrosse and tennis … four years on varsity tennis – doubles … two-time team captain … earned 2014 Coaches Award … led team to 2014 first place Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (“IAAM”) state team championship … 2015 second place in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (“IAAM”) state team championship … IAAM All-Conference Team in 2012, 2014, and 2015 … lacrosse honors: two-time varsity player … team was ranked No. 1 … in 2015, McDonogh won the IAAM Championship for the eighth year in a row … member of Israel’s U-19 team in the FIL World Cup Lacrosse Championship.