LILacrosseNews.com, Posted 12/6/11
From Press Release
Rutgers head coach Laura Brand-Sias welcomed eight student-athletes to the Scarlet Knights program Monday. Rutgers signed Kim Kolodny (Farmingdale, N.Y.), Chrissy Schreiber (East Meadow, N.Y.), Halley Barnes (Garnet Valley, Pa.), Amanda Currell (Moorestown, N.J.), Addington Elliott (Rumson, N.J.), Madeline Hulsey (Sherwood Forest, Md.), Nikki McMonagle (Moorestown, N.J.) and Taylor Pennell (New Egypt, N.J.).
Kim Kolodny – A – Farmingdale/Farmingdale, N.Y.
Prior to Rutgers: Four-year letterwinner for Farmingdale … Crowed NYS Class A Champion twice, as well as a two-time Long Island Class A Champion … Three-time Nassau County Class A Champion … All-county selection in 2011 … Played with the LI Wave on the club circuit … With her club, nominated for the All-Tournament Team at the National Championship in 2010 … Won the Women’s Division National Tournament Championship in 2011.
Brand-Sias on Kolodny: Kim will arrive at Rutgers having been the leading scorer at a perennial powerhouse. Her ability to work around the cage looks effortless, and I think the sky is the limit with her potential. Her vision in the offensive end will fit into our system well.
Name: Chrissy Schreiber – M – St. Anthony’s/East Meadow, N.J.
Prior to Rutgers: Letterwinner for St. Anthony’s High School under Corinne Lomangino … Two-time all-league … Helped her team to the 2010 and 2011 Catholic League Championship titles … Team ranked third nationally … Named program’s 2010 Midfielder of the Year … 2011 team captain … Played club with the Long Island Express … Older brother plays lacrosse at Princeton … Father, Doug, the National Player of the Year at Maryland, was a two-time First Team All-America, played for the Terps 1973 NCAA championship team and is a member of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Brand-Sias on Schreiber: As a midfielder, Chrissy gets it done in every aspect of the game. She has a part in every play and that is what we expect of our middies here at Rutgers. I am excited to see her grow in our system.