When Integrity Lacrosse began, we were focused on the youth player,
helping to develop skills to improve players at the youth level and prepare them for high school. As those players
have progressed into the high school ranks we are now fielding high school-level teams. For those players, we are adjusting
the focus of what we can offer by working to develop their skills for success in high school and preparing them for
college. As our program has grown, the needs of YOU, our customer, have grown as well. For that reason, as part of your Integrity
club fees, all high school players will benefit from our new Recruiting Service.
Our Recruiting Service leverages the experience of our Program
Director, Moira Leavitt, to give players the help they are looking for in their college recruiting process. As a former
college coach, she understands the process and has been on the side of "the recruiter." As a high school coach at
a number of programs, she has counseled numerous high school students and in her most recent three years at Archbishop
Spalding High School she sent 14 girls to Division I, II and III lacrosse programs.
inaugural 2012 team has had an enormous amount of interest and had more than 10 girls signed to play college lacrosse by the
beginning of their senior year with 6 of them being Academic All-Americans. Below is a partial list of schools that have contacted our players:
Boston U, Brown, Bucknell, Catholic, Cincinnati, Connecticut, Cornell, Davidson, Dartmouth, Delaware,
Denver, East Stroudsburg, Florida, Franklin and Marshall, Fresno State, Frostburg, George Mason, George Washington,
Georgetown, Gettysburg, Grand Valley, Harvard, High Point, Hofstra, Jacksonville, James Madison, Johns Hopkins,
Lafayette, Lehigh, Longwood, Louisville, Loyola, Massachusetts, Monmouth, Ohio State, Penn, Presbyterian,
Princeton, Queens Univ of Charlotte, Quinnipiac, Richmond, Robert Morris, Salisbury, Slippery Rock, Stephenson, Sweet
Briar, Temple, Thiel, Towson, UMBC, United States Naval Academy, Vanderbilt, Vermont, Villanova, Virginia, Virginia
Tech, Virginia Wesleyan, Washington College, William and Mary, William Smith & Yale
|Mckenna (2015) wins another Draw!