“Lil Paige” as she is known by her team and coaches, started lacrosse as a freshman and was given her nickname by the upperclassman. She serves as a captain for the team and primarily plays middie.
After high school, Paige will attend Purdue University Honors College where she will major in psychology. She hopes to join the Purdue Lacrosse Club and reunite with several lacrosse players she has played with over the years.
Paige would like to thank her parents for keeping her in check and offering unconditional support, Coach Rode for always staying by her side and being a constant in her life, and Coach Emily for seeing her potential and remaining the voice of reason during her most stressful times.
When asked what Paige will miss the most, she said without a doubt her team. They make the two hours of everyday practice her favorite part of her day and are always there to offer a helping hand. Paige says lacrosse has helped her grow as a teammate, friend, and young adult.
Thank you, Paige, for being such a big part of Harrison Lacrosse.
Simone plays defense and midfield. She has played all 4 years at Harrison and began playing in middle school.
After graduating from Harrison, Simone plans to attend Ivy Tech to study respiratory therapy.
When asked what she will miss most about lacrosse, Simone said "I will miss being out on the field with my my friends and teammates and being part of the Raider Lacrosse Family."
Thank you for all your contributions to the team, Simone!
Taylor plays defense for Harrison and has been part of the team for the last 4 years.
Taylor plans on attending Purdue University in the fall, majoring in special education, and is considering playing lacrosse at Purdue.
She would like to thank her mom for her support and coaches Bob and Emily for dedicating their time because without them we wouldn’t have team.
Although she will miss her high school friends and Harrison itself, she is excited to move on to the next experience.
Thank you, Taylor, for all you have contributed to Harrison and to your teammates.
Libby is a mid-fielder and has played lacrosse with Harrison all 4 years of high school.
She plans to attend Purdue University in the Fall and study finance with the hopes of becoming a financial advisor.
When asked what she will miss most about the team, Libby said she will miss all of the wonderful girls she has met over her four years here, and having the opportunity to play such a fun sport.
Thank you, Libby, for being a true leader on the team!
Natalie is a 4 year lacrosse player. She plays both Defense and Attack for the Raiders.
After high school, Natalie plans on studying at Ball State University, majoring in theatre education. She hopes to pursue a film acting career, but if unsuccessful (which we doubt!) she would like to come back to Harrison and commandeer the theatre program.
Natalie said she’s going to miss all of the girls she’s met over the years in this sport, saying “They will be my forever friends and I'm so glad I was able to meet them. I'll also miss being able to cheer on my team in a sport I love.”
We hope you come back to share your talents at Harrison, Natalie!
Zoe is Harrison’s attack and defense player. She has been playing lacrosse for 3 years and has been an asset to the team.
She is looking forward to attending Purdue University and will be majoring in user experience design. She also plans to get a summer job and enter the Early Start program at Purdue. After college, Zoe hopes to pursue a career in Criminal Justice Reform.
Zoe said what she’s going to miss most about lacrosse is all the other girls on the team and her coaches. She emphasized how wonderful and sweet her teammates are and the coaches have worked so hard to help them all get better at lacrosse.
Thank you for being a special part of the team, Zoe!
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