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KAYLA TREANOR


• Attack, Boston Storm/Team USA • Assistant Coach, Harvard • Syracuse ’16


Enjoy the


process. Not everyone gets to experience it. Enjoy visiting schools,


meeting new people and choosing your future home. There is no one perfect fi t. There are many good fi ts, so take your time, don’t stress yourself out and enjoy it.


We asked several U.S. team players — men and women who double as college coaches in their respective games — for useful insights about the recruiting process both perspectives.


JOHN GALLOWAY


• Goalie, Rochester Rattlers/ Team USA


• Head Coach, Jacksonville Syracuse ’11


ALICE MERCER


When I was a sophomore in high school, I was slated as the fi fth-string goalie on my high school team. Trust the process. If you are meant to be at a certain school, fate fi nds a way to get you there.


• Defense, Long Island Sound/Team USA • Assistant Coach, Niagara


• Maryland ’16 Play as many


sports as possible. Playing two or three sports enhances game IQ, athleticism, anticipation,


communication and footwork. The worst thing you can do is quit your other sports to focus on lacrosse.


KATIE SCHWARZMANN


• Midfi eld,


Baltimore Ride/ Team USA • Director of Lacrosse


Operations, Mount St. Mary’s


• Maryland ’13


I committed during my senior year, which is considered very late these days. Take your time and make it your process. Don’t be pressured by your friends or coaches, and make as many visits as you can.


28 US LACROSSE MAGAZINE March 2017 USlacrosse.org


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