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Girls’ recruit: Bay Shore rising senior attack Arnold commits to Fairfield

Tuesday, 14th August 2012

Categories Girl's/Women's, High school, Recruiting  
 

By Chris Goldberg
LIlacrosseNews.com, Posted 8/14/12

Bay Shore rising senior attack Kaitlyn Arnold has made a verbal commitment to play Division I lacrosse at Fairfield University.

Kaitlyn Arnold log:

Kaitlyn Arnold

High School: Bay Shore High School

Graduation Year: 2013

Position: Attack

College Choice: Fairfield University

Club Affiliation: Yellow Jackets Blue

Major lacrosse honors, camps: 2010 Suffolk County Class A Champions; 2010 Suffolk Class A Division Champions; 2011 Suffolk Class A Division Champions; 2011 Suffolk County Class A Semi Finalists; 2012 Long Island Champions; 2012 Suffolk County Class A Champions; 2012 Suffolk County Class A Division Champions; 2011 All Division; 2012 ESPN Watch list; 2012 All Division
Long Island School Girls; Yellow Jacket Championships: National Draw, Lax For the Cure and Lax Inception; had 46 goals and 13 assists in 2012.

Academic honors: National Honor Society; Academic All American; National Service Honor Society; Presidents List; Dean’s List

What will you major in/study? To be decided

Why did you choose the school? “I really like the campus and the girls on the team. When I talked with Coach Waldvogel and Coach Laura, I knew Fairfield was a perfect fit for me. Having my older sister Kayla playing defense for the Stags makes it kind of special that I will get to play with her again. I considered a number of schools, you just know when you have found the right one. I will get to play with a number of girls I competed against on Long Island which will make it fun.”

Family connection: Her sister, Kayla, a rising sophomore and All-County pick at Bay Shore, is a defender at Fairfield.

What is your HS team’s outlook for 2013?
“We have some unfinished business to tend to and we have already begun preparing. I hope things click in 2013 and we have the opportunity to compete for a State Title again. Its not easy getting off Long Island, we understand and respect that.”

Other comments: “I would like to thank Coach Allison Pfeffer and Coach John Pfeffer for helping me develop as a player and to understand the importance of academics as well as athletics. I would also like to thank my teammates on Bay Shore and the Yellow Jackets for making it so much fun to play. I would also like to thank my sister Kayla for always dragging me to the late night workouts.”

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