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Pansini Law Group Female Scholar-Athlete of the Week: @Radnor_Lax 2019 ATT Cox

Monday, 30th April 2018

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 4/30/18

Radnor 2019 attack Cate Cox 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.

Cate Cox Profile:

Cate Cox

High school: Radnor
Grad year: 2019
Position: Attack
Club team:STEPS-PA
College commitment: Lehigh University

Lacrosse honors:
Led DELCO in assists (67) and total points (127) last season as a sophomore. Honors included 2018 All-Southeast PA 2nd Team and Mainline Athlete of the Week. Started at attack on the 2017 District 1 and State Championship team.
This season as a junior, helping lead Radnor to a 11-2 record with 49 points so far. She has 28 goals and 34 assists this year and 200 career points to date.

Academic honors:
Weighted GPA is a 4.26 and unweighted is 4.04
Member of National Honors Society, Model Congress, Student Ambassadors and Speak Up.

School organizations, service:
The sole representative for Radnor High School at the HOBY leadership conference
Two year member of Student Council for her class
Radnor youth head coach of a 5/6th grade team.

What are your future college, service, future goals?
“I will be attending Lehigh University in 2019 where I plan to major in business. I hope to one day be able to use my knowledge in business, technology, and communications to help people at all socio-economic levels achieve their professions goals.”

How do you describe leadership?
“To me leadership entails much more then just being the person vocalizing for the team. To be a good leader you must take into consideration the collective goals of your team and be willing to do whatever it takes to make sure you and your teammates succeed as a unit. I believe every good leader must be humble, confident, passionate, and respectful.”

How do you balance lacrosse, school and extracurriculars?
“I’ve always worked better with a busy schedule because it forces me to maximize my time. I try really hard to not procrastinate and get to bed early so I can be productive the following day. However, I also think it is very important to accept that you are not always going to accomplish everything you set out to complete everyday and not dwell on it.”

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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