Four women’s lacrosse legends were inducted into the Haverford High School Sports Hall of Fame at its 20th induction awards dinner Wednesday at Llanerch Country Club in Havertown.
The inductees included:
Katrina Geiger (2012, soccer, basketball, lacrosse) – Geiger played lacrosse, soccer and basketball at Haverford and was the Phillylacrosse.com Co-Player of the Year in 2012. She holds Haverford lacrosse records for career goals (320) and assists (117). She played lacrosse collegiately at Loyola Maryland and is an assistant coach at Georgetown University.
Jennifer Hussey (1985, field hockey, basketball, lacrosse) – Hussey played field hockey, basketball and lacrosse in high school, then played field hockey and lacrosse at the University of Maryland, where she was a member of the 1986 NCAA lacrosse championship team.
Faith Jones (1998, volleyball, basketball, lacrosse, softball) – Jones played for Fords’ Central League championship teams in volleyball, basketball and lacrosse then played basketball at Towson University.
Lauri Kenis (1998, soccer, basketball, lacrosse) – Kenis helped Haverford win Central League titles in basketball and lacrosse, was a two-time High School All-America in lacrosse, starred at the University of Virginia and has been an assistant coach at National powerhouse Maryland for over a decade. As a student-athlete, Kenis helped the Virginia Cavaliers to a pair of NCAA finals appearances and also led them to two berths in the ACC finals. The four-year letterwinner was a two-time all-conference honoree while earning NCAA and ACC All-Tournament accolades.