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.@LongstrethLAX girls’ recruit: St. Joseph’s gets commitment from Farmington (MN) 2017 MF Steffes

Friday, 29th January 2016

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Recruiting  

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 1/29/16

Farmington (MN) 2017 midfielder Ashley Steffes has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at St. Joseph’s University.

Ashley Steffes profile:

Ashley Steffes

Ashley Steffes

High School: Farmington High School, MN

Graduation Year: 2017

Position: Midfield

College Choice: St. Joseph’s University

Club Affiliation: Minnesota Elite

Major lacrosse honors: 2014 and 2015 All-Conference, 2015 Brine All-America Team Minnesota, Team Captain for 2016 season.

What will you major in/study? Undecided

Why did you choose this school? “I chose St Joe’s because I loved the campus as soon as I saw it. They have a great new coaching staff and I really liked the small campus size.”

HS team’s outlook for 2016 season? “I’m really excited for the 2016 season because we will be returning most of our starters from last year and a lot of the girls have been putting in a lot of work in the offseason.”

People to thank: “I’d like to thank my club coaches, Maria Slusser and Judy Baxter, for supporting me throughout my recruiting process. I’d also like to thank my high school coaches, Steph LaVictoire and Dan Pickens, not only for helping me with my lacrosse skills but for helping me grow as a person. Thank you to my friends and teammates for all the support. But most of all I’d like to thank my parents for always being there for me.”

Longstreth Women’s Sports, the official sponsor for girls’ recruits, congratulates Ashley Steffes. Longstreth specializes in equipment, uniforms and apparel for women’s sports. Longstreth carries a huge selection of all the best women’s heads, handles, goalie gear and player accessories – including shoes and apparel. Visit for directions and information.



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