Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Wisc Select Traveling Roster

The Wisconsin High School Select traveling roster for this weekend's Midwest Challenge has been released by Coach Jeff Noe and his staff. Several players were not considered due to injury or unavailability

Reina Anderson Junior Wauwatosa East
 Erika Baus Senior Mukwonago
 Lizzy Beach Senior KM
 Liz Bellis Senior CMH
Megan Bird Freshman Oak Creek
 Taylor Bragg-Brock Junior DSHA
  Aliana Cervera Sophomore Greenfield
 Courtney Crouse Junior KM
 Destiny Dallas Sophomore Brookfield Central
 Myra Dillett Junior CMH
 Anisa Feto Senior Oak Creek
 Raquel Galarza Sophomore Brookfield Central
 Rebecca Haight Senior CMH
Abby Hein Sophomore Muskego
 Lindsay Hillmer Junior KM
  Lizzy Jacobson Junior CMH
 Alexa Jaeger Senior CMH
 Anika Junakin Senior Oak Creek
 Aleah Loll Senior Kimberly
Lexi Prusheik Junior Mukwonago
Hayley Rozman Senior KM
 Sam Scaffidi Sophomore Muskego
 Meaghan Schmitt Sophomore CMH
 Libby Schubert Junior KM
 Cassie Schultz Junior KM
 Caelee Whiteaker Senior KM
 Emily Winter Junior Wauwatosa East
13 of the 30 All State Players are on this year's Wisc. Select side.
Editor's Note: Any young athletes looking to play collegiate rugby for a serious program, should be looking to get noticed their junior year. Senior year is too late, as the National Tournament, Midwest, and the summer select event all take place after signing day and declaration for college rugby. A major benefit of teams participating in those big events, and other traveling tournaments, is the exposure to the rugby community outside Wisconsin.

Now, some girls have still found their path to college rugby as seniors, but for those really looking to be scholarship athlete, one needs to find a way onto someone's radar during their junior year, so the fall and winter of their senior year can be spent taking visits, working on financial aid or scholarshp packages. In addition to participating in big tournaments, which help collegiate coaches see a lot of players in one location, attending a summer camp at a big-time college rugby campus is another excellent avenue. For those blessed with special talent and work ethic, it gets your name out their among the small group of high-level coaches. Our next piece will be a summary of some of the top summer rugby camps for young women.
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