Stone Bridge lacrosse standouts to play at William and Mary, Syracuse
From Stone Bridge girls' lacrosse coach Kristin Howard comes word that senior Holly Kramer signed a scholarship letter of intent Tuesday to play lacrosse at Division I William and Mary, which finished the 2009 season ranked 17th in the nation.
A two-year starter at midfield for Stone Bridge (she played her freshman year at Loudoun Valley), Kramer was 1st team all-Liberty District player last spring, and made second-team all-Northern Region. Last season, Kramer had six goals and eight assists for the Bulldogs; in 2008, her seven goals helped Stone Bridge win the Liberty District title.
A quick and aggressive defensive wing, Kramer is also a standout gymnast and cheerleader, having cheered for Stone Bridge's 2008 squad that took competition honors as Virginia state champion.
On the boys' lacrosse side, Bulldogs coach Scott Mitchell reports that senior Derek Maltz signed a scholarship letter of intent Tuesday. Maltz will play at Division I Syracuse, which won the NCAA championship last May. And if family genes are any indication of success, Maltz might be a star with the Orange: Maltz's father, also named Derek, played on Syracuse's 1983 NCAA lacrosse championship team that beat Johns Hopkins for the title.
November 14, 2009; 11:39 PM ET
Categories: Girls' Lacrosse
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