Spring-Ford girls lacrosse signings: Haney, Marte, McKenna, Metzler, Nitto, Quigley, Yeagle

 
 
 
Spring-Ford will send seven players to college lacrosse programs after holding a national signing day recently at the high school. Those lacrosse signees include, standing left to right, Cassie Marte (Lehigh), Mary Pat McKenna (Franklin & Marshall) and Olivia Yeagle (Dickinson). Seated left to right, Michaela Haney (Penn), Jordan Nitto (Millersville) and Jillian Quigley (University of Florida). Missing from group photo – Katie Metzler (Nazareth).
 
Michaela Haney – University of Pennsylvania
 
Spring-Ford’s Michaela Haney, flanked by parents Helene Calci and Joe Haney and joined by brother Jack Haney, signs her national letter of intent to continue her lacrosse career at the Division I University of Pennsylvania. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Attack
Parents: Helene Calci and Joe Haney
College Major: Nursing
Athletic Awards: 8 goals, 3 assists in 2018
 
Cassie Marte – Lehigh University
Spring-Ford’s Cassie Marte, flanked by her parents Andy and Kathy Marte, signs her national letter of intent to attend Division I Lehigh University. (Photo courtesy of Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Midfield
Parents: Andy and Kathy Marte
College Major: Business
Athletic Awards: 2018 – 2nd team All-PAC Liberty, 2nd team All-Area (Mercury); 36 goals, 6 assists; 2017 – 1st team All-PAC Liberty, 1st team PAC All-Conference (both divisions)
 
Mary Pat McKenna – Franklin & Marshall College
Spring-Ford’s Mary Pat McKenna, flanked by her parents Tim and Maureen McKenna, makes a verbal commitment to continue her academic and lacrosse career at Division III Franklin and Marshall. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Defense
Parents: Tim and Maureen McKenna
College Major: Biology
Athletic Awards: 2018 – 2nd team All-PAC Liberty, 2nd team All-Area (Mercury)
 
Kathryn Metzler – Nazareth College
Spring-Ford’s Kathryn Metzler, flanked by her parents Patrick and Jennifer Metzler, makes a verbal commitment to continue her academic and lacrosse career at Division III Nazareth College. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Attack
Parents: Patrick and Jennifer Metzler
College Major: Psychology
Athletic Awards: 2018 – 2nd team All-PAC Liberty, 2nd team All-Area (Mercury)
 
Jordan Nitto – Millersville University
Spring-Ford’s Jordan Nitto, flanked by her parents Susan and Tony Nitto, signs her national letter of intent to attend Division II Millersville University (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Midfield, Attack
Parents: Susan and Tony Nitto
College Major: Biology
Athletic Awards: 9 goals, 3 assists in 2018
 
Jill Quigley – University of Florida
Spring-Ford’s Jill Quigley, flanked by her parents Cathy and Matt Quigley and joined by her brother Chris Quigley, signs her national letter of intent to continue her lacrosse career at Division I University of Florida. (Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Attack
Parents: Cathy and Matt Quigley
College Major: Undecided
Athletic Awards: 10 goals, 2 assists in 2018
 
Olivia Yeagle – Dickinson College
Spring-Ford’s Olivia Yeagle, flanked by her mother Kelli Yeagle and sister Aly Yeagle, makes a verbal commitment to continue her academic and athletic career at Division III Dickinson College.(Photo courtesy Spring-Ford athletics)
Position: Attack/Midfield
College Major: Biology
Athletic Awards: 2018 – 2nd team All-PAC Liberty, 2nd team All-Area (Mercury); 39 goals, 10 assists