Rebels is looking for players for Rebels North 2018 (3 spots), Rebels North 2020/21 (5 spots)
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Name: Caleigh Gunn
High School: Our Lady Of Good Counsel High School
Graduation Year: 2014
College Choice: Iona College
Lacrosse Honors: Academic All-American, WCAC Champions 2013
What will you major in study? Criminal Justice/Psychology
Why did you choose Iona College? The team and the coaches were incredible from the moment I walked on campus. They made me feel like Gael from the start. The opportunities both in and out of the classroom were exactly what I was looking for. The internships that they offer in the city for Criminal Justice is like a dream. Being right next to New York City was also a huge bonus!
Thank You: I can't begin to thank everyone who helped me throughout my lacrosse career to get me to where I am today. I want to thank Coach Haight for putting up with me both on the lacrosse field and in school. You pushed me and challenged me every step of the way. To Coach Chuck: Thank you for being an incredible coach to me and the team. Summer lacrosse would not have been the same if it weren’t for you making jokes but also getting on us for little mistakes. You not only made me a better player but you made the team become a family. To my parents and sibling: Thank you for always supporting me through everything. You guys have been my rock for the past 18 years and I know that no matter what you will always be there no matter what I do. Lastly to thank my incredible Rebels 2014 Black family: You guys are not just my team but my second family. I cannot thank you enough for being the best summer lacrosse team ever. You guys made me a better player and I will never forget all the memories we made together. I love all of you guys!
Name: Caitlin T. Augerson (Rebels 2014 Blue)
High School: Damascus High School
Graduation Year: 2014
Position: D & M
College Choice: Kenyon College
Lacrosse Honors: Academic All-American USLax
What will you major in study? Economics and Pre Law
Why did you choose Kenyon? Chose Kenyon for its excellent academic programs, it’s beautiful campus, and strong athletic commitment. Rated 1st on Princeton Review for Best Athletic Center. Coach of The Year repeatedly in Conference. 2013 NCAC Champions. Represented NCAC at the DIII NCAA playoffs.
What is your team’s outlook for next season? Graduated strong senior class in 2013.
Thank You: Coach Brett Ponchione (Rebels), Coach Marcus Jurado (Damascus HS), my parents for incredible support, Coach Meredith Buzzi (Kenyon) and the many college coaches who offered me a chance to keep playing the sport I love. It validated my abilities, and I thank each of them.
Other schools considered: Received multiple DII and DIII offers from GREAT programs. Selected Kenyon for its high academic standards.
Cecilia “Cece” Biagini ledger: High School: Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Washington, DC
Graduation Year: 2016
Position: Midfield, Primary Draw Specialist
College Choice: University of Notre Dame
Major lacrosse honors: Elite 120
What will you major in/study? Communications/Journalism
Why did you choose Notre Dame? “Notre Dame has excellent academics and athletics. I love the tradition at Notre Dame, which is a component that sets it apart from every other school I visited. Notre Dame has the best coaching staff that is determined to win a National Championship. School spirit is unbelievable there and I cannot wait to be a part of everything Notre Dame has to offer!”
Outlook for your High School team? “I expect Georgetown Visitation to once again prove its reputation as one of the strongest programs in the area.”
Thank You: “I would like to thank my Rebels Club coaches: Coaches Thiede, Gunn & Haight for supporting me throughout this process and for their continued help toward further developing my lacrosse skills. I also thank my parents for their love, support and guidance.”
Other schools considered: Stanford, Dartmouth, Loyola, UPenn, Vanderbilt, USC, Michigan, Penn State
High school: Atholton High School, Columbia, MD
Graduation year: 2016
College choice: Loyola University; Division I
Major lacrosse honors:Elite 120 team champion, Academic Honors Athlete Award
What will you major in/study: Undecided
Why did you choose school: “I selected Loyola University because of its outstanding academic and its amazing lacrosse program. I am blessed to be able to work with some of the best coaches to have ever played the game. Their vision for success and the dedication to the players would make anyone know it’s a dream come true.”
Thank You: “I would like to thank all my youth coaches that played an instrumental role in teaching me the game of lacrosse, particularly Coach Benson.“I would also like to thank Mike Haight (Rebels Director) for his positive impact and dedication to me as a player. My Rebels coaches Gunn, Thiede and Collins are amazing.“Finally, I want to thank the Loyola lacrosse family for believing in me.”
Gunn is the first 2016 player StudentSportsLacrosse.com has confirmed committed to a Division I program. Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) sophomore Caitlyn Gunn has verbally committed to play women’s lacrosse for Loyola.
The 5-foot-3 attacker committed to the Greyhounds on Nov. 13, 2013. “The university has a strong elementary education program as well as top ranked women’s lacrosse program,” Gunn said. “To have the opportunity to be coached and play for coaches who are some of the best to have played the game is a bonus.” Gunn plays club lacrosse with Rebels Lacrosse and becomes the first 2016 player StudentSportsLacrosse.com has confirmed.
Good Counsel finished as the No. 23 team in the StudentSportsLacrosse.com FAB 50 after going 17-3-1 and winning the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title.
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Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) junior Rose Prizzi has verbally committed to play women’s lacrosse for Campbell University. The 5-foot-7 midfielder/face off specialist committed to the Camels on Sept. 15, 2013. “The coaches truly wanted me to play at Campbell,” Prizzi said. “The chance to make a big difference at a new and up-and-coming lax program. Great opportunity for majoring in life sciences field that I want to pursue.”
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Poolesville (Poolesville, Md.) junior defender Amanda Chasin has verbally committed to play women’s lacrosse for Campbell University. The 5-foot-6 junior chose Campbell over interest from Mercer. Chasin plays club lacrosse with Rebels Lacrosse and earned All-Division honors after her sophomore season.
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