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Radnor goalie Woehling heads six incoming recruits for Princeton coach Sailer (Haverford High)

Thursday, 23rd June 2011

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Recruiting, Posted 6/23/11
From Press Releases

Princeton head women’s lacrosse coach Chris Sailer (Haverford High) has announced the recruiting class of six student-athletes to join the team as the Class of 2015.

“We are so excited for the Class of 2015 to join our program this fall,” Sailer said. “The incoming freshmen are a fun group; their athleticism, skill and passion for the game of lacrosse is unmistakable. They are ready to work and eager to learn, and that is an unbeatable combination. I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see a number of them in our starting lineup come spring.”

Sailer and her assistant coaches Michelle DeJuliis (Ultimate Goal Lacrosse head coach), Kelly Munroe and Patty Kennedy bring in two attackers, three midfielders, one defender and one goalie.

They include:
Erin Curley – 5-9, Midfield/Defense, Rowley, Mass./Triton High School
Erika Grabbi – 5-9, Attack, Leesburg, Va./Heritage High School
Jessica Nelson – 5-10, Defense, Northport, N.Y./Northport High School
Erin McMunn – 5-8, Attack, Westminster, Md./Winters Mills
Erin Slifer – 5-10, Midfield, Mt. Airy, Md./South Carroll High School
Annie Woehling – 5-4, Goal, Rosemont, Pa./Radnor High School

Annie Woehling

Woehling played all four years at Radnor High School, earning three varsity letters. The Raiders posted an 86-8 record during her tenure. She posted a .600 save percentage her junior year and was elected team captain as a senior. The Raiders were the 2008 District 1 Champions and the 2009 and 2010 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) State Champions.

Woehling is a two-time first-team US Lacrosse All-America and was named and Under Armour South Girls All-America in 2011. She is also a two-time US Lacrosse All-Academic selection. Inside Lacrosse tabbed Woehling to the 2010 Top 10 Young Guns List. She was an pick in 2010. She played club lacrosse with Ultimate Goal Lacrosse and also considered Cornell and Dartmouth.

Erin Curley

A four-year letterwinner at Triton High School, Curley helped her team to a 55-24 record during her tenure as a defensive midfielder. The Vikings qualified for the state tournament all four years and were the Cape Ann League Champions in 2010.

As a senior captain, Curley tallied 68 points on 60 goals and eight assists. She amassed 191 goals and 24 assists for 215 total points. She was named all-Cape Ann League in 2010 and 2010, was named to the 2010 Lower New England (LNE) team and the 2011 Eastern Massachusetts Girls Lacrosse Coaches Association All-Star Team 2. Curley was named the 2011 Triton High School Scholar-Athlete.

Curley was also a four-year letterwinner in field hockey, where she earned all-star honors in 2010. She played on the Eastern Lower New England Team 2 in 2010 and for Revolution Lacrosse from 2008-11.

Erika Grabbi

Grabbi is a three-year letterwinner out of Heritage High School. She was named first-team all-district in 2009 and 2010 as well as a first-team all-county and all-region honoree in 2010. Grabbi was awarded the Most Valuable Player and Most Valuable Teammate by her peers at Heritage.

She also lettered in track & field and basketball, where she was captain her junior and senior years. Grabbi played for Capital Lacrosse Club, Washington D.C. Metro Team 1 and the Under Armour Washington D.C. Underclassmen All-Star Team. She also considered Duke and Stanford.

Erin McMunn

McMunn lettered four years at Winters Mill helping the Falcons to a 63-9 record while tallying 310 career points. As a senior captain, McMunn scored 39 goals and added 45 assists. Winters Mill won three conference and state titles, four regional championships and two county championships during her tenure. McMunn is a three-time first-team all-county and all-Monocacy Valley Athletic League (MVAL) selection. In addition she was named first-team all-Metro and is a 2011 US Lacrosse All-Academic honoree.

McMunn played her club lacrosse with Check-Hers Elite in 2011 and was a member of the US Women’s U19 National Team. She also lettered in soccer, basketball and indoor track, and considered Johns Hopkins, Penn and Penn State.

Jessica Nelson

In her three years at Northport High School, Nelson helped the Tigers to an impressive 52-4 overall record. Playing both defense and midfield, Nelson was elected team captain as a senior.

Northport has won the league all three years and were Suffolk County Champions in 2009 and 2011. The team is the 2011 Long Island Champions and is currently competing in states.

Nelson is a two-time all-county selection and was named to the 2010 All-Tournament Team Division I. In 2011 she earned all-league honors as well as being named Newsday Top 50 Long Island. She is a two-time US Lacrosse All-Academic. Nelson’s team also honored her as the 2010 MVP Midfielder of the Year.

She also played for the Yellow Jackets Blue, Metro New York Women’s National Team in 2009 and 2010 and the gold-medal winning Empire State Team in 2010. Nelson also earned three letters in volleyball and was team captain, and played on the ninth grade basketball team. She also considered William & Mary and Yale.

Erin Slifer

Slifer earned four varsity letters at South Carroll High School, where she led the Cavaliers in goals, assists and draw controls in her sophomore, junior and senior years. She was team captain in 2010 and 2011. In her final season she scored 64 goals and added 56 assists, and concluded her high school career with 315 career points.

Slifer is a four-time first-team All-Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association (MPSSAA) and earned first-team all-county honors on three occasions. She is also a 2011 US Lacrosse Honorable Mention Western Maryland selection and a 2011 US Lacrosse All-Academic.

At South Carroll, Slifer also lettered three years in basketball, two years in field hockey and one year in cross country. She played on the Check-hers Elite in 2011 and Under Armour All-America Team Baltimore in 2010. Slifer also considered Florida, Maryland and Penn.

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