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Pansini Law Group Female Scholar-Athlete of the Week: Pennsbury 2018 MF Price

Friday, 20th April 2018

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Pansini Law Group Honor Roll  

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 4/20/18

Pennsbury 2018 midfielder Annie Price has been named the Pansini Law Group Female Scholar-Athlete of the Week.

The award recognizes senior and junior lacrosse players that excel in academics, service and athletics.

Annie Price

Annie Price Profile:

High school: Pennsbury
Grad year: 2018
Position: Midfield
Club team:Ultimate-NJ

Lacrosse honors:
Pennsbury team captain
4 year varsity member
Second-Team All Area (2017)
SOL Honorable Mention (2017)
PASLA All Academic Award (2017)
Over 100 career points

Academic honors:
Pennsbury High School ambassador to Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership conference 2016
Le Grand Concours (National French Exam) winner of honorable mention score
Smith College Book Award
French National Honor Society
National Honor Society
FBLA state qualifier in 10th and 12th grade

School club/organizations:
Varsity lacrosse (grades 9-12)
Varsity field hockey (9-12)
FBLA vice president (9-12)
Symphonic orchestra (9-11)
Speech and debate (9-10)

Service activities/accomplishments in and out of school:
PHS field hockey camp counselor (40 hours)
ESL kindergarten classroom teacher’s assistant (around 160 hours)
Princeton University summer day camp volunteer camp counselor (160 hours)
Chandler Hall Nursing Home bingo night volunteer (abt 50 hours)
Bucks County free library volunteer (10 hours)

What are your future college, service, future goals?
“I will be attending Princeton University in the fall, where I plan to major in mechanical or environmental engineering. One of my goals is to work on technology that can be used in developing countries to solve problems such as a lack of clean-drinking water.”

How do you describe leadership?
“I think that good leaders are defined by the very subtle things that they do. Leadership doesn’t always involve big gestures or recognition. I think it’s more about being there for your teammates on and off the field, being able to rally them together when they’re down, being a good example for those on your team. Basically, the most important quality of a leader is selflessness; they’re always thinking about what’s best for the team and their actions reflect that.”

How do you balance lacrosse, school and extracurriculars?
“Whenever I’m in season I actually feel more organized. Having practice every day from 3 to 5 p.m., I know I don’t have time to procrastinate when it comes to schoolwork, so I get right to it when I get home. Juggling sports, extracurriculars and my volunteering actually helps keep me focused.”

High school coaches from Philly, Delaware, South Jersey, the Lehigh Valley and Central PA may nominate a player (junior or senior) for the Pansini Law Group Scholar-Athlete of the Week by e-mailing us at



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