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Girls’ recruit: Seton Keough 2014 midfield-attacker Fratantuono commits to Pfeiffer

Wednesday, 28th August 2013

Categories Girl's/Women's, High school, Recruiting  

By K.I. Goldberg, Posted 8/28/13

The Seton Keough High School senior midfield-attacker Angela Fratantuono has made a commitment to play Division II lacrosse at Pfeiffer University.

Angela Fratantuono log:

Angela Fratantuono

Angela Fratantuono

High School: The Seton Keough High School

Graduation Year: 2014

Position: Midfield/attack

College Choice: Pfeiffer University

Club Affiliation: Chesapeake Club Lacrosse (CcLax)

Academic Honors: Highest Honor Roll

What will you major in/study? Information Technology; minor in Spanish

Why did you choose Pfeiffer? “They are ranked #7 in the Nation for Division II lacrosse. This school was the school that held the most promising team and skill of all of the colleges I looked at. When I stepped foot on the campus I felt like family. The coaches and team were so welcoming right when I met them.”

What are your thoughts on this past HS lacrosse season/team’s outlook for next season? “I think my team has a promising year ahead of us. We went from 3-8 to 8-3 in the matter of a year. We have been working extremely hard conditioning out of season, and started preparing for the 2014 season in June. We think it may be our year to take the Championship.”

Additional Comments: “I would like to thank my High School coaches, Coach Amanda and Coach Joey. Without my two high school coaches I wouldn’t be in the shape I am today and I would not be half of the lacrosse player I’ve become.

“Out of all of my coaches I couldn’t have done it without my club coaches. Coach Bart, Coach Mike, and Coach Jenna are the best coaches I’ve had the privilege to play under in club. They run us quite a bit at practice, but because of them I’m in the best shape of my life. The skills I’ve learned from them don’t compare to any coaches I’ve previously played for.

“Last but not least I would like to thank my parents and sister. They have sat at every tournament and encouraged me to keep playing through the heat and the times when I felt like quitting. My Dad was the person to put a lacrosse stick in my hand and he’s the sole reason I am what I am today. He taught me how to catch and throw, when it seemed impossible. Without all of these people I don’t know where I would be honestly.”

Other schools considered: St. Mary’s College, Salisbury University



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