By Chris Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 1/22/13
Wissahickon senior attack Laura Frankenfield has signed a National Letter of Intent to play Division I lacrosse at Boston College.
Laura Frankenfield ledger:
High school: Wissahickon, Ambler, PA
Graduation year: 2013
College choice: Boston College
Club affiliation: Ultimate Goal
Major lacrosse honors: All-American Honorable Mention (Junior), Under Armour Underclassmen Games (Freshman), National Tournament Team Philly 3 (Sophomore), National Tournament Team Philly 1 (Junior), 1st Team All Suburban One League (Freshman, Sophomore, Junior), 1st Team All Area (Junior), All-PhillyLacrosse.com High Honorable Mention (Junior), Team Most Valuable Player (Sophomore, Junior), Maximum Exposure Camp All-Star (Sophomore, Junior), Member of US Lacrosse U15 semifinalist team for Wissahickon L.C. (2009), Career HS scoring totals are 202 goals, 98 assists, 300 points.
Academic honors: Academic All-American, Honor Roll Student
What will you major in/study? College of Art and Sciences, undecided
Why did you choose the school? “I absolutely love the campus and the surrounding area of Boston. BC has a great balance of strong academics and a thriving sports culture, which was exactly what I was looking for in a college. The coaching staff is the best group of coaches, and people, I could have asked for and I know that I will be able to learn so much from them.”
What is your HS team’s outlook for 2013? “We are anticipating a great 2013 season. We graduated two key players last year, but we have strong underclassmen to fill the holes. We also have a new coach who will bring plenty of knowledge of the game to our team. All in all, we have a great outlook for the upcoming season!”
Thank Yous: “I want to thank my parents and brother for supporting me since I picked up a lacrosse stick. Thank you to my coaches Michele DeJuliis, Jamie Donahue, Chelsea Rosiek, and Julie Weiss who have taught me so much and continue to do so.”
Other schools considered? Duke, Johns Hopkins, Notre Dame, Princeton