Monday, June 2, 2014

More WGR Collegiate Signings

Three girls rugby standouts from the Catholic Memorial class of 2014 signed letters of intent to play collegiately next school year.

Rebecca Haight CMH ’14, signed a national letter of intent to play under athletic scholarship for Quinnipiac University.  She joins fellow graduate, Maggie Wesolowski, CMH ’14, who signed in April, as the second scholarship rugby player from this year’s CMH senior class to join the Connecticut school and rugby powerhouse.

Julie Else, CMH '14 signed her letter of intent the same day to play at Norwich University, the oldest Military Academy in the United States.  Julie has represented the Philippines in Olympic 7’s rugby at events in India and the Philippines.   Norwich is the reigning ACRA 15’s D1 National Champion and ACRA 7’s D1 National Champions.

In addition, Else and Haight will compete at the USA Rugby All-American camp in July.

CMH Senior Molly Langhenry has also decided to attend and play rugby for Division I Midwest Champions and top-ten ranked Northern Iowa. She will join former WGR alumni Eileen Lieb (CMH), Talia Carrasquillo(KM), and Kaisee Weissmueller (Brookfield) at UNI.

Oak Creek High School senior, all-state player, and one-time All-American camp attendee, Anisa Feto may be attending Life College in Atlanta, Georgia.  She mayplay for the newly formed varsity rugby program their under new head coach, Rosalind Chou.   Feto has been a standout athlete in WGR for four years, while also running track, wrestling, and balancing a heavy work load.    

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