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Women’s recruits: Holy Family welcomes five players from the region for Class of 2019

Wednesday, 10th June 2015

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Recruiting, Posted 6/10/15
From Press Release

Holy Family University women’s lacrosse head coach Monica Quinn has announced the signing of five student-athletes that will be joining the team in 2016. Quinn has signed incoming freshmen, Devon Felix, Caleigh Gallagher, JoAnne Mamie, Vanessa Pagliei and Dana Trevito as part of the 2016 recruiting class.

“We are coming off a great season with a very strong team, but we are ready to start the next chapter,” said Quinn. “There is no doubt these ladies will make a huge impact in the 2016 season.”

Felix is from Lower Moreland and comes to Holy Family from Lower Moreland High School where she served as team captain her junior and senior seasons. She collected a school record 189 goals during her career and is a three-time BAL first team honoree. In addition, Felix was named the team’s Most Valuable Player her sophomore and junior seasons.

Gallagher is a three-year varsity player from Little Flower Catholic High School for Girls. A Philadelphia native, Gallagher served as team captain her senior season despite missing the year due to injury.

Mamie is from Langhorne and competed in both lacrosse and indoor track at Neshaminy High School. A Varsity Letter in both sports, Mamie was named team captain of the lacrosse team her senior year. In the classroom, Mamie is a member of the National Honor Society (10th-12th) and is in the top 10% of her class.

Pagliei comes to Holy Family from Linwood, N.J. after competing at Mainland Regional High School. She earned first team accolades her senior season and was named to the All-Tournament team and was selected Most Valuable Player. In addition, she recorded her 100th career goal this season.

Trevito is from Voorhees, N.J. and attended Eastern Regional High School. She lettered in both soccer and lacrosse and was a member of the 2014 Eastern Vikings Girls Soccer NJSIAA Olympic American Conference Championship team.

Holy Family capped the 2015 season with its third Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Championship in four years after defeating Georgian Court University, 8-6, in the conference finals. The Tigers wrapped up the year with a 14-3 overall record and were undefeated in conference play at 8-0. The team ended the season on a program-best 12 game-winning streak.



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