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Women’s recruits: Tomilson (West Chester East) heads list of incoming freshmen at Mount St. Mary’s

Wednesday, 17th August 2011

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Recruiting, Posted 8/17/11
From Press Releases

Mount St. Mary’s University women’s lacrosse head coach B.J. Lucey has announced the Class of 2015 includes Hayley Tomilson (West Chester, Pa./West Chester East), Melissa Cox (Baltimore, Md./John Carroll), Megan Gluck (South Riding, Va./Freedom), Kylie Hanley (Phoenix, Md./Dulaney), Erin Seipp (Baltimore, Md./Notre Dame Preparatory School) to National Letters of Intent. These five student-athletes will enroll at the Mount in the fall of 2011.

“After an exciting run of getting to the NEC Championship in 2011, we start the 2012 season by welcoming five new student-athletes to the program,” said Lucey, who enters her second season in 2012. “We are excited about what each individual brings to the team and we look forward to their contributions over the next four years at Mount St. Mary’s.”

Tomilson, a 5-3 midfielder, was a four-year letterwinner for West Chester East. She helped the Vikings finish 10-9 and advance to the District 1 playoffs.

Cox, 5-7 defender, was a three-year letterwinner on the girl’s lacrosse team at John Carroll. She was named to the All-Harford County first team in 2010 and helped her squad to the semifinals in 2008 and 2009. Cox is the cousin of senior Jen Semler (Baltimore, Md./Perry Hall), who paced the team with 38 goals and 15 assists for 53 points to earn a spot on the All-Northeast Conference first team in 2011.

Gluck, a 5-8 midfielder, was a four-year letterwinner on the Freedom High School girl’s lacrosse team in South Riding, Va. Gluck, who served as a team captain in her final two seasons, was selected to the All-District first-team in 2010. She holds the school record for career ground balls, ground balls in a season, ground balls in a game, assists in a season, assists in her career and career caused turnovers. In her first three seasons, Gluck registered 81 ground balls, 36 assists and 31 caused turnovers.

Hanley, a 5-6 attacker, was a three-year letterwinner on the Dulaney High School girl’s lacrosse team. Hanley posted 72 goals and 43 assists for 115 points in three seasons, including 42 markers and 22 assists for 64 points in her senior year to earn a spot on the All-Baltimore County Division I first-team. She helped her team to the 4A regional finals all three seasons and to the regional championship in her sophomore campaign. Hanley played with Mount sophomore Lindsey Diaz (Baltimore, Md./Dulaney) in high school and with Seipp on the club level.
Seipp, a 5-8 midfielder, was a two-year letterwinner on the Notre Dame Preparatory girl’s lacrosse team. She helped her squad to the finals in 2010 with a 14-2 record.

The Mount posted an 8-11 overall record and a 6-3 mark in the Northeast Conference. Mount St. Mary’s advanced to the NEC Championship Game for the fifth time in program history and for the first time since the 2007 season.



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