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Girls’ recruit: Archbishop Spalding 2016 goalie LaVeck commits to Naval Academy

Saturday, 21st September 2013

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

By Chris Goldberg, Posted 9/21/13

Archbishop Spalding sophomore goalie Victoria LaVeck has made a commitment to play Division I lacrosse at the United States Naval Academy.

Victoria LaVeck log:

Victoria LaVeck

Victoria LaVeck

High school: Archbishop Spalding (MD)

Graduation year:


College choice:
United States Naval Academy

Club affiliation: M&D 2016 Black

Major lacrosse honors: 3 Consecutive Club National Championships, National Draw Champions, Syracuse University Lacrosse Camp All-Star.

What will you major in/study:
Ocean Engineering

Why did you choose school: “I chose the United States Naval Academy because it offers me the opportunity to obtain a great education while being coached by the best coaching staff in the country. I also look forward to having the honor of serving my country in the United States Navy upon graduation. GO NAVY!”

Outlook for your high school team: “I am so excited to be part of the Archbishop Spalding program this year. My teammates are talented and enthusiastic and my coaches are committed to working with us individually and as a team. I think we are going to have a lot of fun and have a great year on and off the field.”

Thank You: “There are so many people to thank, but first I want to thank the Naval Academy coaching staff for believing in me and offering me this incredible opportunity.

“I also want to thank all of my rec. coaches over the years (Coaches Ahearn, Long, Kennedy and Benson), and my club coaches (Greg Danto and Trish Derwert) for all of the time and effort they have put into my personal development.

“Also, thanks to my goalie coach, US National Team goalie Megan Huether, for being a great instructor, role model, and supporter.

“Finally, thanks to my parents for all of the time, effort, and expense they have invested in my athletic and educational development.”



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