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ATT Carey (@AISowls), defender Junior (@Radnor_Lax) among Class of 2021 signees at Davidson

Tuesday, 6th December 2016

Categories College, Girl's/Women's, Recruiting  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 12/6/16
From Press Release

Davidson women’s lacrosse head coach Kim Wayne announced today the addition of seven recruits to the class of 2021, who will join the program next Fall. The class is comprised of two attackers, three midfielders and two defenders, while hailing from six different states.

“I’m excited to welcome these seven commits to the Wildcat Family,” said Wayne, who is entering her ninth season for the 2017 campaign. “Their personalities, drive, determination and their shared commitment to athletics and academics fit well within our system. I expect all seven players to challenge each and every one of our current Davidson players both on and off the field. We wish them the best of luck as they finish their senior year of high school and we look forward to greeting them in August.”

The Wildcats will welcome to the Class of 2021: Sam Rippley (Monument, Colo.), Tess Reiman (Vedra Beach, Fla.), Lindsay LeTellier (Woodbine, Md.), Natalie Junior (Wayne, Pa.), Isabella Lozano (Winter Park, Fla.), Katie Woodruff (Glendale, Mo.) and Olivia Carey (Blue Bell, Pa.).

Meet the incoming class.

Olivia Carey

Olivia Carey

Olivia Carey
Position: Attack
Club Team: Ultimate PA Blue 2017
Hometown: Blue Bell, Pa.

Info: A member of the Under Armour Underclass Team (2016) … member of the Philly National Tournament Team 2 (2016) … varsity Most-Improved (2015) … Under Armour Uncommitted Team (2014) … varsity Starter since sophomore year … four-years varsity cross country runner … two-time cross country captain (2015, 2016) … four-years of varsity basketball.

Natalie Junior
Position: Defense
Club Team: Phantastix Lacrosse Club
Hometown: Wayne, Pa.
Info: Three-year varsity member of the lacrosse team … 2016 District 1 champions and 2016 state runner-up finish … participated in field hockey- three-year varsity member, senior captain and defensive MVP … named second-team all-DELCO … has two older sisters who play lacrosse at William & Mary and Penn.

Natalie Junior

Natalie Junior

Sam Rippley
Position: Midfielder
Club Team: Team 180
Hometown: Monument, Colo.
Athletic & Academic Honors: In prep career, participated in basketball, softball, lacrosse, cross-country and track … team captain on the basketball, track and softball teams.

Tess Reiman
Position: Midfielder
Club Team: LaxManiax 2017
Hometown: Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Info: Four-year starter on Ponte Vedra High School’s two-time state runner up varsity lacrosse team … twice named all-county Lacrosse Team (2010 & 2011) … two-time US Lacrosse Team Florida in 2010 and 2011 … team’s rookie of the year as freshman … named team for the on the Lacrosse team … also participated on the varsity swimming, earning District and Regional championships qualifying times in 2010.

Lindsay LeTellier
Position: Attack
Club Team: Hero’s Lacrosse Club 2017
Hometown: Woodbine, Md.
Info: A four-year member of the Glenelg High School varsity lax team and a three-year starter … 2016 Maryland 3A/2A State Champion … earned Minds in Motion Scholar Athlete award … also played field hockey for three years and a two-year starter … in 2015, named Scholar of Distinction on the High School National Academic Squad by the National Field Hockey Coaches Association … 2016 All-County Honorable Mention.

Isabella Lozano
Position: Defense
Club Team: Laxmaniax
Hometown: Winter Park, Fla.
Info: Named lacrosse defensive MVP in 2014 & 2015 … a member of the Florida National Tournament Team in 2016 … ran on varsity Cross Country … awarded Rookie of the Year.

Katie Woodruff
Position: Midfielder
Club Team: 410 West and Brave
Hometown: Glendale, Mo.
Info: Named to the first-team All-State and second-team All-Metro (junior season) … earned 110% Award for Kirkwood High School as freshman … three-year varsity letterwinner and starter for lacrosse team … three-year letterwinner for field hockey and two-year starter on varsity team … named National Field Hockey Coaches’ Association Scholar of Distinction as a junior.

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