Caroline Antonacio '21 has been named as a 2018 Maverik National High School Lacrosse All-American and has been selected to attend the Maverik National Lacrosse Classic to be held July 16-19, 2018 in Frederica, DE.
Varsity Girls Lacrosse
By persevering we shall see the fruits.
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Mary DeanVarsity Girls Lacrosse Head Coach
Dean capped off her first year in Fort Washington with a 4-13 overall record and a 1-10 Inter-Ac League record. The Patriots had two players earn All-League recognition, but fell to The Hill School in the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association playoff game.
Dean comes to Fort Washington with an impressive coaching background. Currently, she is the Lacrosse Director at LifeSeeds Summer Camp, a role she is held since 2006. She’s also served as a girls lacrosse head coach at Big 4 HHH lacrosse club since 2015. From 2008-15, she was the head coach at Ultimate Goal Lacrosse and from 2014-17 she was the head coach at her alma mater, Cheltenham High School. Prior to that, Dean was a valuable member of Chestnut Hill College’s program. Following her impressive high school years, Dean went on to shine at Penn State where she played for three years. Dean graduated from Penn State University’s College of Health and Human Development in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management.
Katie Lamm GlanzmanVarsity Asst. Coach
GA's varsity girls lacrosse plays on Oberkircher Field, a 180 x 300 feet turf field located in Sisters' Woods.
Sisters’ Woods is home to varsity field hockey, varsity girls lacrosse, and varsity girls soccer programs. It opened in the fall of 2010 when two new artificial turf fields wereinstalled — Oberkircher Field and Jordan Field. The fields are identical in size at 180 x 300’ and each has their own scoreboard with clock and home and away scoring areas. There is a small spectator seating area next to Oberkircher Field (field closest to the walking path), while Jordan Field has a natural berm where spectators can view the contest from a short height above field level. The fields can be lined for lacrosse, soccer and/or field hockey. Goals for each of those sports are available as well. Portable restrooms are on-site for participant and spectator use. Access to the fields can be attained by parking in the Carey Stadium Lot and using the brick pathway to Sisters’ Woods, or by parking on the GA campus, crossing the Wissahickon Creek on foot to the brick pathway that leads to the fields. There is a donkey set up alongside Oberkircher Field where the scoring table and video setup can be placed. Germantown Academy has hosted many soccer and lacrosse tournaments for all ages on Sisters’ Woods.
- Two 180x300’ artificial turf fields - Oberkircher and Jordan Fields
- Electronic scoreboard on each field
- Scoring table with overhead view for video at Oberkircher Field
- Spectator seating next to Oberkircher Field
- Natural berm seating for specatators above Jordan Field
- Fields can be lined for lacrosse, soccer and/or field hockey, with goals available for each sport
- Portable restrooms
- Parking is available in the Carey Stadium Lot (200) or on the GA campus (450)
VARSITY GIRLS LACROSSE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS
LEADING GOAL SCORERS- SINGLE SEASON
1. BROOKE KILEY 119 (2012)
2. BROOKE KILEY 103 (2011)
3. KATE HENRICH 96 (2009)
4. COLLEEN MAGARITY 94 (2007)
5. AMANDA JONES 87 (2007)
LEADING ASSISTS- SINGLE SEASON
1. CAROLINE HAYNIE 57 (2012)
2. AMANDA JONES 56 (2007)
3. KATE HENRICH 55 (2009)
4. COLLEEN MAGARITY 53 (2007)
5. JULIA SHANER 49 (1997)
LEADING TOTAL POINTS- SINGLE SEASON
1. BROOKE KILEY 159 (2012)
2. KATE HENRICH 151 (2009)
3. COLLEEN MAGARITY 147 (2007)
4. AMANDA JONES 143 (2007)
5. BROOKE KILEY 120 (2011)
CAREER GOAL LEADERS
1. BROOKE KILEY 300 (2012)
2. COLLEEN MAGARITY 264 (2007)
3. AMANDA JONES 215 (2008)
KATE HENRICH 215 (2009)
4. BETSY PREZIOSO 213 (2016)
5. HANNA BOGOROWSKI 188 (2014)
CAREER ASSIST LEADERS
1. AMANDA JONES 131 (2008)
2. CAROLINE HAYNIE 123 (2013)
3. JULIA SHANER 121 (1997)
4. COLLEEN MAGARITY 117 (2007)
5. KATE HENRICH 107 (2009)
BROOKE KILEY 107 (2012)
CAREER POINT LEADERS
1. BROOKE KILEY 407 (2012)
2. COLLEEN MAGARITY 381 (2007)
3. AMANDA JONES 346 (2008)
4. KATE HENRICH 322 (2009)
5. CAROLINE HAYNIE 293 (2013)
HIGH SCHOOL ALL AMERICANS- GRETCHEN PLATT 1989, JANICE LEADBETTER 1990, JULIA SHANER 1997, CAITLIN MCKINNEY 2004, JESSICA DWINELL 2004, COLLEEN MAGARITY 2006-2007, AMANDA JONES 2007-2008, KATE HENRICH 2009
HONORABLE MENTION ALL AMERICANS- AMY REYDEL 1986, JULIA SHANER 1996, MEGAN MC FADDEN 1997, KELLY WINNING 2002, JESSICA DWINELL 2003, JENNA WASHABAUGH 2005, KATE HENRICH 2008, BROOKE KILEY 2012
USA RECOGNITION- JULIA SHANER- US ELITE SQUAD 2001-2002, CAITLYN MCKINNEY U21 TEAM 2006, COLLEEN MAGARITY U19 TEAM WORLD CUP 2007
The school year may be over, but the accolades keep coming for the Germantown Academy student athletes that excelled during the spring season.
Germantown Academy is proud to announce the newest class of its Athletic Hall of Fame. The class of eight individuals, one former coach, and two teams will be inducted in a special ceremony to be held on campus on Thursday, November 8, 2018.
On Monday, June 4, 2018, Germantown Academy honored 33 college-bound senior student-athletes in a special ceremony in the McVeigh Community Room.
The season has ended and All-League teams have been announced. All that is left is to find out who won the team awards in their respective sport.
The school year is winding down, but before students leave for summer vacation some recognition is in order.
After trailing by only two at the half, GA was outscored 11-4 in the second half and fell to the Irish, 18-9.
Created in 1995, the Germantown Academy Athletic Hall of Fame has seen more than 100 alumni student-athletes, coaches, and special friends inducted into its historical annals. We will be inducting the next class into the Athletic Hall of Fame on November 8, 2018, and your assistance is needed.
With 40 seconds left in the game, Charlotte Rapp '19 intercepted a pass intended for a Springside Chestnut Hill Academy player and took off down the field. Olivia Doody '19 and Maddie Burns '20 both had chances to score for the Patriots, but could not find the back of the net.
After managing six goals in their first game of the regular season about a week ago, Germantown Academy's girls lacrosse team more than doubled that output in their most recent contest.