Congrats to the Central PA players named to the Phillylacrosse All-Central/Northeast Pennsylvania team.
Fourteen Xtreme players were named - highlighted below in red.
Phillylacrosse.com honors its All-Central/Northeast Pennsylvania Girls’ Team for 2019:
Player of the Year: Manheim Township senior Lucy Svetec, a Penn commit who helped lead the Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon and District 3 AAA championships and a berth in the PIAA finals.
Coach of the Year: Mark Pinkerton, who guided Manheim Township to the District 3 Class AAA championship and into the PIAA title game for the second straight year.
Attack Lindsey Durkota, Hempfield, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American, Lancaster-Lebanon League Most Valuable Attacker… Had 83 goals, 23 assists… Committed to Cincinnati.
Bailey Fedun, Delaware Valley, Sr. – MVP of Wyoming Valley League … Had 85 goals … Signed with Alderson-Broaddus. Taylor Kopan, Manheim Twp., Jr. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Had 81 goals and 44 assists … Committed to American. Megan Rice, Manheim Twp., Soph. – Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Had 76 goals, 56 assists. Hannah Stanislawczyk, Gov. Mifflin, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Berks League … Had 79 goals … Committed to St. Joseph’s. Madison Tare, Trinity, Sr. – Mid-Penn Commonwealth Division MVP, Mid Penn First Team … Had 125 goals and 21 assists … Signed with Florida Southern.
Ashlyn Campagna, Manheim Twp., Sr. – US Lacrosse All-Academic, First Team Lancaster-Lebanon … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Had 38 goals and 14 assists … Committed to American for field hockey. Hannah Custer, Cocalico, Soph. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon … Had 104 goals, 23 assists. Kendall Duffy, Wilson, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Berks League … Helped lead Bulldogs to District 3 Class AAA semifinals … Had 84 goals … Signed with Richmond. Megan Halczuk, Kennard-Dale, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, York-Adams League Player of the Year and Co-Midfielder of the Year …Helped lead Rams to District 3 Class AA championship game … Had 100 goals, 33 assists … Signed with Winthrop. Isabella Karstien, Exeter, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American, Berks County IA First Team and Player of Year … Helped the Eagles win Berks League championship and reach PIAA Class AAA tourney … Had 72 goals, 24 assists … Committed to Louisville. Kelsey Kimmel, Lampeter-Strasburg, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League, Most Valuable Midfielder … Had 130 goals … Signed with Penn State. Emily Magalotti, Wilson, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Berks League …Helped lead the Bulldogs to District 3 Class AAA semifinals … Had 41 goals … Committed to North Carolina. Kyra Place, Cumberland Valley, Sr. – First Team Mid-Penn Conference … Had 76 goals … Signed with UConn. Lucy Svetec, Manheim Twp., Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Lancaster-Lebanon … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals … Had 85 goals and 35 assists … Committed to Penn. Lizzie Yurchak, Hempfield, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Lancaster-Lebanon … Had 98 goals, 26 assists … Helped Black Knights to District 3 AAA semifinals … Committed to Campbell. Maddie Zimmer, Hershey, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American … Committed to Northwestern for field hockey.
Defense Abby Laubach, Manheim Twp., Jr. – US Lacrosse All-Academic, Lancaster-Lebanon Most Valuable Defender … Helped lead Blue Streaks to Lancaster-Lebanon, District 3 AAA championships and berth in PIAA finals. Brittney Zameroski, Lampeter-Strasburg, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-Academic, First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped the Pioneers to District 3 AA semifinals and PIAA quarterfinals … Signed with Campbell. Ariana Kline, Exeter, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, First Team Berks County … Helped the Eagles win Berks League title and reach PIAA Class AAA tourney … Had 41 goals, 29 assists … Signed with UConn.
Goalie Mary Peticca, Lampeter-Strasburg, Sr. – First Team Lancaster-Lebanon League … Helped the Pioneers to District 3 AA semifinals and PIAA quarterfinals … Signed with University of Massachusetts-Lowell.
US Club Lacrosse released the top 25 rankings for girls club programs based on actual tournament results from this summer. Xtreme made this elite list at #23 out of over 600 clubs nationally.
From US Club Lacrosse - "We took an average of rankings from each age level to determine who has the strongest program from top to bottom. Congrats to these teams with over 600+ Girls programs this is an incredible acheivement!"
We are pleased to announce the addition of current F&M assistant coach Mckenna Edwards to the Xtreme coaching staff! See info on Mckenna below.
Our 2019/20 Coaching Staff can be foundHERE. It includes 11 coaches with high school and/or college coaching experience, 16 current or former D1 players, 3 from D2, and 4 from D3.
Mckenna Edwards enters her first season as an assistant coach at Franklin & Marshall. She will be working primarily with the offense and the draw units.
Edwards is a 2019 graduate from Messiah College and a three year member of the women’s lacrosse team. She spent her first collegiate season at Loyola. During her senior season, she started all 18 games, finished second on the team with 37 points and collected 47 draw controls. At the conclusion of the 2019 season, she earned MAC Commonwealth first-team all-conference honors.
A local graduate of Penn Manor High School, Edwards was selected a three-time Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star and a Section I All-Star, earning the honors in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
US Club Lacrosse compiles a weekly top 25 ranking of all club teams based on an algorithm using actual tournament results. This week's ranking has Xtreme 2020 Red ranked number 22 nationally and Xtreme 2022 is number 15! The rankings can be found on US Club Lacrosse website HERE.
The Inter Collegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association recently released a video with detailed info on the college recruting process. See the link to Video below.
From the IWLCA --
The IWLCA has produce a recruiting video where we answer many of the typical questions that you may have about the recruiting experience. Head coaches from Division I, II and III schools share their thoughts and advice on the process.
The video addresses the following topics:
The IWLCA on Recruiting
Academics, Transcripts, SATs & ACTs
Transcripts, When to Send
What is the NCAA Eligibility Center
What is a Coach Looking For
Timetable for Coach Contacts
About Sending Video
Official and Unofficial Visits
Prospect Days, Exposure, Tournaments or Camps
Recruiting, Who Can and Should Help You
N.L.I., National Letter of Intent
Information on Financial Aid
Communication, How and When Coaches Can Talk
Exposure Through IWLCA Tournaments
Your Coach Packet Profile
Social Media, Do’s and Don’ts
Recruiting Process, Factors to Consider
Timeline, Division I, II & III
The New IWLCA “Debut” Events
Parents’ Role, Recruiting Process