Lafayette Women's Lacrosse Welcomes 11 Newcomers
Sept. 23, 2010
EASTON, Pa. - Head women's lacrosse coach Alison Fisher has announced the class of 2014, including four midfielders, three attacks and defenders and a goalkeeper.
"We are thrilled to welcome the class of 2014 to Lafayette College and our women's lacrosse program," said Fisher. "They are a group of incredibly talented, hardworking and driven individuals who have already had an immediate positive impact on our team. We anticipate that they will provide us with much needed depth and versatility and we are very excited to work with this group and watch them grow as student-athletes throughout their time at Lafayette."
Courtney Landolfe (Chatham, N.J./Chatham) At Chatham: Started for CHS 2009-10...honorable mention NJ AC All-Conference Offense 2010...member of Team 1 North NJ School Girls National Team...member of 2010 County and State Championship Team...2009, 2010 Honorable Mention All Morris County Coaches Association...Academic All-American 2009...NJ Interscholastic Second Team All-League Stripes Division...also a varsity soccer letter winner and member of the Spanish National Honors Society...member of the Steps Elite Lacrosse Club.
Arin Stasco (Garden City, N.Y./Garden City) At Garden City: Helped team win State Championship all four years...member of Long Island Liberty Lacrosse club...also played field hockey and ran winter track at Garden City...named to First Honors all four years...received Cum Laude Award in Latin.
Meghan Curtin (Lafayette Hill, Pa./Penn Charter)
At Penn Charter: Four-year varsity letter winner in lacrosse & field hockey...received Coaches Award 2009 in Field Hockey & Lacrosse...lacrosse Academic All-American 2009...lacrosse All-Inter-Ac Honorable Mention 2009, All-Inter-Ac Second Team 2010...played on the winning US Lacrosse Women's National Tournament Seniors Only Division 2010...member of Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club for three years...received Honors & High Honors throughout high school career.
Allie Re (Franklin Lakes, N.J./Indian Hills) At Indian Hills: Four year starter...voted captain for 2010...First Team All NBIAL League...First Team All American League...Academic All-American...three year varsity letter winner in soccer...Second Team All League 2010 for soccer...member of National Honor Society.
Ana White (Swarthmore, Pa./Strath Haven) At Strath Haven: Four-year varsity letter winner...voted captain for 2010...awarded Offensive MVP...First Team All Central League 2009, 2010...First Team All Delaware County 2009, 2010...received 2010 Scholar Athlete Award...2010 recipient of Panther Key of Distinction...member of National Tournament Philly-2 Team 2009...Honorable Mention All-Delaware County 2008...also a three-year varsity letter winner in basketball and soccer...named captain of basketball team 2009, 2010...awarded Defensive MVP 2008-10...named captain of soccer team for 2010...member of National Honor Society.
Laura Kleiber (Far Hills, N.J./Newark Academy) At Newark Academy: A three-year starter, voted MVP in 2009, 2010...served as team captain her senior year...leading scorer with 81 goals and 45 assists (Top 20 in N.J.), helped her team finish first in the conference...2010 First Team All Conference, First Team All League in The National Division, First Team All Prep B ...2009 Second Team Essex County, All North Jersey Team...also named Essex County Scholar Athlete Award for Newark Academy, Athlete of The Spring and the Hundred Goal Club...also captain of soccer team 2009...First Team Essex County 2009, Second Team All Conference 2008, 2009 in soccer...voted Most Inspirational Player for soccer in 2008...member of All Junior Team Essex County 2008...also played basketball, awarded Most Improved and Honorable Mention All-Conference 2007.
Rachel Martin (Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery) At Montgomery: First Team Skyland Conference Raritan Division 2010...Recipient of Team MVP Award senior year...played in New Jersey Senior All-Star game...2009 Second Team Skyland Conference Delaware Division...named the Most Improved Player for the 2008 season...three year varsity letter winner in basketball, first team Honorable Mention Skyland Conference in 2010...served as captain for lacrosse and basketball senior year...elected to Skyland Conference Athletic Leadership Conference...four years on Principals Honor Roll and member of National Honor Society.
Tori Ueland (Doylestown, Pa./Central Bucks West) At Central Bucks West: A four-year varsity letter winner...voted 2010 team captain...named to First Team Suburban One All-League, Second Team All Intel...voted Attack Player of the Year for C. B. West...2009 Third Team Suburban One All-League...2008 Second Team Suburban One All-League...2007 Honorable Mention Suburban One All-League...also played field hockey since second grade...2009 Assistant field hockey coach at Lenape Middle School...member of Ultimate Goal Lacrosse Club since 2007.
Lindsay Yang (Ambler, Pa./Springside School) At Springside: A four-year varsity starter...captain 2009,2010...led team in assists...Recipient of Coaches Award and Pride Award (passion sportsmanship and leadership) in 2010... played for Team Philly in the 2009 National Tournament...Academic All-American 2010...four-year Honor Roll student...also four-year member of varsity field hockey...named 2010 captain of FH team.
Murphy Moroney (Califon, N.J./West Morris Central) At West Morris Central: Holds career assist record...voted team MVP in 2010...Lacrosse-All Conference 2009, 2010...All-County 2009,2010...All-League 2009-2010...All-Daily Record 2010...All North Jersey 2010...member of High Honor Roll and Honor Roll...named Academic All-American 2009, 2010.
Alex McDonough (Madison, N.J./Morristown Beard) At Morristown-Beard School: Starter from 2008-10, captain 2010. 2008, 2009 First Team Prep B, 2009 honorable mention all Morris county...two varsity letters for field hockey...named 2009 captain and First Team Prep B...2009 Third Team All-County ...National Honors Society member, Spanish National Honors Society member.
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