Manhattan Women Add Five Newcomers
from press release
RIVERDALE, N.Y. – The Manhattan College women's lacrosse program has announced the addition of five newcomers - Carly Eskenazi, Clare Kerrisk, Lauren Pribetich, Kelsey Rehain and Maria Toscano - to the Jaspers' 2011 roster.
Consisting of talented players from the bordering states of New York and New Jersey, the Class of 2014 brings diverse talent and skill to a multitude of positions across the field.
Here is a look at the incoming class:
Manhattan College Women's Lacrosse Class of
Name Pos. Hometown/High School/College
Carly Eskenazi M Kinnelon, N.J./Kinnelon
Clare Kerrisk A Keansburg, N.J./St. John Vianney
Lauren Pribetich M Farmingville, N.Y./Sachem East
Kelsey Rehain M Suffern, N.Y./Suffern
Maria Toscano A Wyckoff, N.J./ Ramapo
Carly Eskenazi was named First Team All-County and All-Conference as a junior on the Kinnelon high school lacrosse team. The Kinnelon, N.J. native earned Second Team All-Conference accolades during her senior season, and was also a member of the soccer program.
Clare Kerrisk scored more than 100 goals in her lacrosse career at St. John Vianney High School. The Keansburg, N.J. native was named First Team All-Shore as a senior and was a four-time Honor Roll selection.
Lauren Pribetich was a four-year lacrosse letterwinner and an All-County and All-Division selection at Sachem East high school. The Farmingdale, N.Y. native also played point guard on the basketball team.
Kelsey Rehain earned All-County and All-Section accolades during her final two seasons as a member of the Suffern high school lacrosse program. The Suffern, N.Y. native served as the team captain during her junior and senior season. She was named to the All-Valley Regional Team in 2009 and participated in the 2008 Empire State Games.
Maria Toscano was a four-year letterwinner for the Ramapo high
school lacrosse program. The Wyckoff, N.J. native played two
seasons on the school's basketball and soccer teams.
The Lady Jaspers return 15 letterwinners from a season ago, including junior Chrissy Gutenberger, who led the team with 41 goals and was an All-MAAC Second Team selection.
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