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  • 2014 Harrow Sports / NFHCA High School All-American Teams

    FIRST TEAM
    Emily Adamson Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    Caroline Andretta Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Jordan Barry Durham Academy Durham, NC
    Maggie Bettez Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Dana Bozek Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Leah Cardarelli Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Austyn Cuneo Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Katie Dembrowski Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Alexandra Doggett Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Noelle Frost Glenelg High School Glenelg, MD
    Ashley Hoffman Twin Valley High School Elverson, PA
    Amelia Iacobucci Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Cassandra Kline Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Lauren McNally Ocean City High School Ocean City, NJ
    Madison Morano Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Elizabeth Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    SECOND TEAM  
    Kasidy Anderson Shaker Heights High School Shaker Heights, OH
    Kelsey Bing St. John’s School Houston, TX
    Casey Cole Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Kara Enoch Tabb High School Yorktown, VA
    Gabriella Girardi West Essex High School North Caldwell, NJ
    Emma Haupt Frank W. Cox High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Kathryn Holland Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, NC
    Emily Howarth Bridgewater-Raritan High School Bridgewater, NJ
    Olivia Ostrover The Hotchkiss School Lakeville, CT
    Margaux Paolino The Episcopal Academy Newtown Square, PA
    Emily Perryman Lebanon High School Lebanon, NH
    Allison Sayia Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Haley Schleicher First Colonial High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Erin Shanahan Archbishop Spalding High School Severn, MD
    Brigid Wood Coughlin High School Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Kathleen Young Essex High School Essex Junction, VT
    THIRD TEAM
    Tess Bernheimer Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Evelyn Bird The Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville, NJ
    Morgan Bitting Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Samantha Broadhurst Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Nicole Catalino Gwynedd Mercy Academy H. S. Lower Gwynedd, PA
    Brooke Deberdine Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Elizabeth Dennehy Weston High School Weston, MA
    Alexandra Halpin Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Ally Hammel Loomis Chaffee School Windsor, CT
    Grace Imhoff Kent Denver School Englewood, CO
    Emily Loprete Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Erin Scherrer Cape Henry Collegiate School Virginia Beach, VA
    Kennedy Schumacher Kent Denver School Englewood, CO
    Karen Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    Eva Toffoloni Phillips Academy Andover, MA
    Jessica Welch Shore Regional High School West Long Branch, NJ

     

    2014 Harrow Sports / NFHCA High School All-Region Teams

    MASSACHUSETTS REGION 
    Maggie Bettez Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Leah Cardarelli Acton Boxborough High School Acton, MA
    Skyler Caron The Governor’s Academy Byfield, MA
    Elizabeth Dennehy Weston High School Weston, MA
    Alexandra Doggett Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Emily Loprete Watertown High School Watertown, MA
    Emma Plumb St. Mark’s School Southborough, MA
    Molly Reilly Brooks School North Andover, MA
    Tatum Schultz St. Mark’s School Southborough, MA
    Caroline Shaunessy Tabor Academy Marion, MA
    Kacie Smith Norwood High School Norwood, MA
    Eva Toffoloni Phillips Academy Andover, MA
    MID-ATLANTIC REGION
    Ena Belch Broadneck High School Annapolis, MD
    Tess Bernheimer Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Samantha Broadhurst Cape Henlopen High School Lewes, DE
    Noelle Frost Glenelg High School Glenelg, MD
    Elizabeth George McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD
    Kyler Greenwalt Archbishop Spalding High School Severn, MD
    Brindi Griffin McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD
    Regan Littell Broadneck High School Annapolis, MD
    Jordie Loomis Worcester Preparatory School Berlin, MD
    Sydney Rhodes C. Milton Wright High School Bel Air, MD
    Erin Shanahan Archbishop Spalding High School Severn, MD
    Lexi Souder Marriotts Ridge High School Marriottsville, MD
    Paige Twilly-Webster Delmar High School Delmar, DE
    Julia Kate Walker Mount Pleasant High School Wilmington, DE
    Gretchen Zungailia Tower Hill School Wilmington, DE
    MIDWEST REGION
    Emily Adamson Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    Elizabeth Allgeier Assumption High School Louisville, KY
    Kasidy Anderson Shaker Heights High School Shaker Heights, OH
    Sarah Biggs DuPont Manual High School Louisville, KY
    Maggie Cole Chelsea High School Chelsea, MI
    Bridget Condie Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    Olivia Davis Kettering Fairmont High School Kettering, OH
    Grace Geiger Columbus Academy Gahanna, OH
    Bailey Higgins Assumption High School Louisville, KY
    Lily Katzman John Burroughs School St. Louis, MO
    Katherine Tarlas Cor Jesu Academy St. Louis, MO
    Jordan Thompson DuPont Manual High School Louisville, KY
    Ellen Westfall Thomas Worthington High School Worthington, OH
    Elise Wong Lake Forest High School Lake Forest, IL
    Kara Zurlinden Mary Institute Country Day School St. Louis, MO
    NEW JERSEY REGION
    Caroline Andretta Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Evelyn Bird The Lawrenceville School Lawrenceville, NJ
    Colleen Conway Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Austyn Cuneo Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Julie Duncan Shawnee High School Medford, NJ
    Samantha Giordano Bridgewater-Raritan High School Bridgewater, NJ
    Gabriella Girardi West Essex High School North Caldwell, NJ
    Alanna Gollotto Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Emily Howarth Bridgewater-Raritan High School Bridgewater, NJ
    Paige Innarella West Essex High School North Caldwell, NJ
    Lauren McNally Ocean City High School Ocean City, NJ
    Madison Morano Eastern High School Voorhees, NJ
    Allison Sayia Oak Knoll School Summit, NJ
    Rachel Stefano Moorestown High School Moorestown, NJ
    Jessica Welch Shore Regional High School West Long Branch, NJ
    NEW YORK REGION
    Dana Bozek Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Michaela Bruno Garden City High School Garden City, NY
    Rachael Burchell Whitney Point High School Whitney Point, NY
    Taylor Clink Whitney Point High School Whitney Point, NY
    Emily Duarte Rye Country Day School Rye, NY
    Molly Fitzpatrick Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Alexandra Halpin Lakeland High School Shrub Oak, NY
    Elizabeth Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    Karen Seid Mamaroneck High School Mamaroneck, NY
    Cara Trombetta Sachem East High School Farmingville, NY
    Sarah Willard Cazenovia High School Cazenovia, NY
    NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND REGION
    Rylie Blanchet Skowhegan Area High School Skowhegan, ME
    Elle Brine Lebanon High School Lebanon, NH
    Kaylie Decosmo Pinkerton Academy Derry, NH
    Maddy Dobecki Scarborough High School Scarborough, ME
    Brooke Haskell Winslow High School Winslow, ME
    Emily Perryman Lebanon High School Lebanon, NH
    Libby Pomerleau Thornton Academy Saco, ME
    Jackie Thorbjorson Oceanside High School Rockland, ME
    Abby Walker Scarborough High School Scarborough, ME
    Renee Wright Skowhegan Area High School Skowhegan, ME
    Kathleen Young Essex High School Essex Junction, VT
    PENNSYLVANIA REGION - 1ST TEAM
    Morgan Bitting Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Nicole Catalino Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School Lower Gwynedd, PA
    Casey Cole Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Brooke Deberdine Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Katie Dembrowski Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Kiley Gallagher Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Ashley Hoffman Twin Valley High School Elverson, PA
    Amelia Iacobucci Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Cassandra Kline Penn Manor High School Millersville, PA
    Erika Miller Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Christy Palazzese The Episcopal Academy Newtown Square, PA
    Margaux Paolino The Episcopal Academy Newtown Square, PA
    Corinne Persichetti Gwynedd Mercy Academy High School Lower Gwynedd, PA
    Meredith Sholder Emmaus High School Emmaus, PA
    Sophia Tornetta The Agnes Irwin School Bryn Mawr, PA
    Brigid Wood Coughlin High School Wilkes-Barre, PA
    PENNSYLVANIA REGION - 2ND TEAM 
    Hannah Ackers Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Gini Bramley Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Elizabeth Dessoye Crestwood High School Mountain Top, PA
    Greta Ell Holy Redeemer High School Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Mackenzie Haney Ellis School Pittsburgh, PA
    Erin Huffman Palmyra High School Palmyra, PA
    Abby Julius Lower Dauphin High School Hummelstown, PA
    Victoria Laczo Emmaus High School Emmaus, PA
    Alexa Ostoich Villa Maria Academy Malvern, PA
    Amanda Robinson Donegal High School Mount Joy, PA
    Julianna Tornetta The Agnes Irwin School Bryn Mawr, PA
    Thalia Williamson Oley Valley High School Oley, PA
    Jillian Wolgemuth Manheim Central High School Manheim, PA
    SOUTH REGION
    Shannon Baker Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, NC
    Kendall Ballard Charlottesville High School Charlottesville, VA
    Jordan Barry Durham Academy Durham, NC
    Lakin Barry Durham Academy Durham, NC
    Kara Enoch Tabb High School Yorktown, VA
    Leila Evans Charlotte Latin School Charlotte, NC
    Emma Haupt Frank W. Cox High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Kathryn Holland Charlotte Country Day School Charlotte, NC
    Erin Scherrer Cape Henry Collegiate School Virginia Beach, VA
    Haley Schleicher First Colonial High School Virginia Beach, VA
    Annie Snead Trinity Episcopal School Richmond, VA
    Taylor Stone Herndon High School Herndon, VA
    Christie Van De Kamp Trinity Episcopal School Richmond, VA
    SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND REGION
    Marissa Baker Darien High School Darien, CT
    Julia Booth Greenwich Academy Greenwich, CT
    Georgia Cassidy Darien High School Darien, CT
    Lili Dickey Westbrook High School Westbrook, CT
    Leyna DiMarco Glastonbury High School Glastonbury, CT
    Ally Hammel Loomis Chaffee School Windsor, CT
    Amanda Hendry Wilton High School Wilton, CT
    Hannah Leckey Daniel Hand High School Madison, CT
    Erin Mammele Daniel Hand High School Madison, CT
    Kaley McMullen East Greenwich High School East Greenwich, RI
    Olivia Ostrover The Hotchkiss School Lakeville, CT
    Sam Pavano Daniel Hand High School Madison, CT
    Julia Soares Barrington High School Barrington, RI
    WEST REGION 
    Kelsey Bing St. John’s School Houston, TX
    Emma Eggleston The Kinkaid School Houston, TX
    Grace Imhoff Kent Denver School Englewood, CO
    Ellen Payne Casady School Oklahoma City, OK
    Janaye Sakkas Monta Vista High School Cupertino, CA
    Kennedy Schumacher Kent Denver School Englewood, CO

     

  • Millersville Mission Accomplished

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    rp_primary_IMG_6765Congratulations to coach Behrens and the Millersville University field hockey squad for capturing the 2014 DII NCAA Championship this past weekend in Louisville, KY.

    The Marauders beat LIU Post 1-0 from a second half goal by Olivia Hershey. This title marks the first-ever NCAA Championship for a women’s sport at Millersville!  WFH_3502

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  • Congratulations to Donna Urquhart!!

    Australia’s Donna Urquhart won her first title on the women’s professional squash tour since April last year when she beat Danish number one Line Hansen in straight games to win the Crocodile Challenge Cup in Hong Kong on Sunday.

    Urquhart was in total control throughout as she disposed of Hansen 11-6, 11-8, 11-6 in an impressive display.

    The 25-year-old has been in great form of late, including a first ever win over fellow Australian Rachael Grinham at last month’s Australian Open.

    She followed that up by reaching the quarter-finals of the Matamata Open in New Zealand the following week.

    Urquhart went into the Hong Kong tournament as firm favourite and didn’t disappoint, dropping only one game on her way to her seventh career title.

    She now has a week’s break before the Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur, where she will play Czech Lucie Fialova in the first round.

    Semi-final results – prefix denotes seeding

    Women

    1-Donna Urquhart (AUS) bt 3-Line Hansen (DEN) 11-6, 11-8, 11-6

  • Harrow Sports to become the official equipment supplier of UC Davis Women's Lacrosse

    DENVER, September 10th 2012 - Harrow Sports today announced an official partnership with UC Davis  to be the official sponsor of women’s lacrosse equipment for the Aggies.

    “UC Davis has a high caliber program and we believe this partnership will have an immediate positive impact for our brand”, said Mark Hayden, Harrow Chairman and CEO.  “This further demonstrates Harrow’s commitment to aligning elite athletes with the most innovative equipment in the market. We are excited to support Kate Henwood as she takes the helm as the new Aggies head coach.”
    "UC Davis is thrilled to begin a new era of excellence in Women's Lacrosse and, as the new Head Coach,  I am equally as excited to embark on this journey with Harrow as our official lacrosse equipment sponsor.” –Kate Henwood UC Davis Head Coach “Harrow integrates cutting-edge technology into their equipment, which will enable our players to perform to their maximum potential."

    The partnership will begin in 2012 and will last through the 2015 season. The UC Davis Aggies will use Harrow as its main supplier of women’s lacrosse equipment.

    About Harrow Sports

    Harrow Sports, Inc. is a leading marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of sporting goods and uniforms to the institutional and team sports market. Harrow's lacrosse, field hockey, ice hockey, and squash equipment lines, along with comprehensive apparel, bag, and footwear offerings are sold internationally and throughout America. Harrow is a devoted sponsor of the US WCLA Tournament, National Tournament and several NCAA programs.

    About UC Davis Women's Lacrosse

    Besides leading the nation in draw controls, the 2011 Aggies ranked third in Division I with 15.53 goals per game, shattering their previous school record by more than a goal per game.The Aggie's also scored 21 or more goals five times, including 22 vs. LIU on Mar. 27. Kate Henwood, formerly the top assistant at Villanova and most recently the head coach at Garnet Valley High School in Glen Mills, Pa., has been named as head coach for UC Davis women's lacrosse.

    Harrow Sports Contact
    Amanda Mastera, Women’s Lacrosse Brand Manager
    Email: amastera@harrowsports.

  • HARROW BACKS MORE TOP SQUASH

    Harrow Sports signed two more top international squash players, Adrian Grant and Chris Simpson, both of the UK.

    Chris Simpson is currently ranked #38 in the world and was the winner of the PSA World Tour Kent Open this year.
    Simpson stated, "I'm very excited to be joining Harrow, they have a range of rackets that both look and play great, so I'm looking forward to starting my PSA season with my new Harrow equipment."

    Adrian Grant is currently ranked #15 in the world, has achieved a highest professional rank of #9, and highest English ranking of #4. Grant has won 16 PSA World Tour titles, gold at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in men's doubles, currently holds 'most tour titles won' and is second on the all time list of 'Englishmen with tour titles won'. He has participated in a variety of squash fundraisers and is helping to inspire the next generation. He works with www.spiritofsquash.com whose goal is to introduce children to the sport of squash and provide sporting opportunities for young people.

    "I'm thrilled to have signed with the Harrow team and look forward to exciting developments with the Harrow brand, they have a strong reputation within the US and I hope to help establish their image within the UK and Europe. It was an easy decision to partner with Harrow after sampling their range of rackets. I'm 100% confident Harrow will help me reach my goals as a professional squash player," affirmed Grant. Harrow is very excited to be bringing these exceptional athletes on board.

  • Harrow Sports partners with SPHL

     

    Harrow Sports has signed a new multi-year partnership agreement with the Southern
    Professional Hockey League (SPHL). This league sponsorship names Harrow Sports as an
    Official Provider of Apparel and Bags to the SPHL.

    The Southern Professional Hockey League is comprised of nine teams located throughout the
    southeastern United States. Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, the mission of the SPHL
    is to provide a quality entertainment product structured inside an economic model that is viable
    for small and mid-size markets and arenas.

    "Harrow is very pleased to finalize this sponsorship/partnership with the SPHL,” said Jeff Corey,
    Hockey Brand Manager at Harrow Sports. “Each year our products, service, and market share
    continues to grow, and we look forward to growing even further with this mutually beneficial
    relationship. The SPHL has been around for years. Everyone knows how difficult it is (even at
    the NHL level) to operate a professional sports organization, yet the SPHL continues to prove
    their professionalism through longevity. This is exactly the type of organization we want to
    associate our brand with.”

    “We are excited to begin a relationship with Harrow Sports and help to increase their exposure
    throughout professional hockey,” added SPHL President Jim Combs.

    Harrow Sports is a Denver, Colorado based sports equipment manufacturer focusing on the
    sports of hockey, lacrosse, squash, field hockey, as well as the custom team uniforms, apparel,
    and bags to go along with each sport.

    For more information please contact Jeff Corey at jcorey@harrowsports.com or visit
    www.harrowsports.com.

    To visit the SPHL website go to www.thesphl.com

  •  

    Harrow Sports has signed a new partnership agreement with the ECHL, North America’s
    Premier ‘AA’ Hockey League. This agreement names Harrow Sports as a “Licensed Bag
    Provider to the ECHL”.

    The ECHL celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2012-13 and is the third-longest tenured
    professional hockey league behind only the National Hockey League and the American Hockey
    League. The ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states and has grown to be a coast-
    to-coast league with 23 teams in 16 states in 2012-13.

    "Harrow is very pleased to finalize this partnership with the ECHL. Each year our products,
    service and market share continues to grow, and we look forward to growing even further with
    this mutually beneficial relationship. The ECHL has an endless list of players they graduate on
    to the NHL and we are proud to associate ourselves with such a professional organization.” says
    Jeff Corey, Hockey Brand Manager at Harrow Sports.

    “We are pleased to have Harrow Sports on board as a licensed bag provider to the ECHL,” said
    ECHL Vice President of Marketing & Licensing Tara Crane. “Their high-quality bags should be
    of great interest to both our teams and fans.”

    “At Harrow Sports, we take pride in our ability to provide the best possible product and service
    to our customers. The ECHL/Harrow relationship is one we expect to nurture for years to come”
    says Wes Wolfe, Account Manager with Harrow Sports.

    Harrow Sports is a Denver, Colorado based sports equipment manufacturer focusing on the
    sports of hockey, lacrosse, squash, field hockey, as well as the custom team uniforms, apparel,
    and bags to go along with each sport.

    For more information please contact Wes Wolfe at wwolfe@harrowsports.com or visit
    www.harrowsports.com.

    To visit the ECHL website go to www.echl.com

  • Columbia University and Harrow Sports Announce Official Partnership

    -- Harrow Sports to become the preferred equipment supplier of the Columbia University
    field hockey team --DENVER, April 5, 2012 – Harrow Sports today announced an official partnership with
    the Columbia University field hockey team, making them the preferred equipment and
    apparel supplier for the Ivy League team.

    “We are please and excited to begin the partnership between Columbia and Harrow,” said
    head coach, Marybeth Freeman. “Having met with them and talked at length about how
    they could meet our hockey needs, the choice was easy and we are confident our athletes
    will benefit because of their quality products.”

    The partnership will begin in 2012 and will last through the 2014 season. Harrow Sports
    will now be the preferred supplier of sticks, protective gear, apparel and accessories.

    “We are looking forward to the addition of the Columbia Lions to the Harrow Field
    Hockey team,” said Alli Tanner, Harrow Field Hockey Brand Manager. Teaming with
    Columbia provides Harrow with a great opportunity to showcase our field hockey line
    while continuing to advance the sport on a national level.

    About Harrow Sports
    Harrow Sports, Inc. is a leading marketer, manufacturer, and distributor of sporting goods
    and uniforms to the institutional and team sports market. Harrow’s lacrosse, field hockey,
    ice hockey, and squash equipment lines, along with comprehensive apparel, bag, and
    footwear offerings are sold internationally and throughout America. Harrow is a devoted
    sponsor of USA Field Hockey and several NCAA programs.

    About Columbia University Field Hockey
    Columbia finished the 2011 season with a 9-8 (5-2) record under Head Coach, Marybeth
    Freeman. Six Lions earned All-Ivy Honors, setting a new school record. The Lions will
    open their 2012 campaign on September 8th against Bucknell University.

  • Greenwich Skating Club U14 team wins regionals.

    Congratulations to Greenwich skating club U14 team on winning the regionals. They are headed to the tier 2 nationals in Texas after winning in triple overtime and scoring the the winning goal at 6.35 in the third.

    This is the second time this team have been to nationals - going as a U12 team 2 years ago, as the first team in the history of the club to compete at nationals.

    Congratulations from everyone at Harrow.

  • Tania Bailey Wins Second and Sustains Injury at Manor Open

     
    Tania Bailey (third from left) after winning second place at the 2011 BSBA Boston Open
    English squash player Tania Bailey had to concede during the fifth and final match against Sarah-Jane Perry (ENG) at the 2011 Manor Open due to an unknown injury she sustained during the fourth.
    After surpassing Belen Etchechoury (ARG), Nada Elkalaawy (EGY), and Birgit Coufal (AUT), Bailey found herself facing the eighty-third ranked Perry who won two matches pushing the game into a fifth. But something was noticeably different about Bailey who arduously chose to cut the match short, which meant taking home second-place.
    Bailey is no stranger to injury having torn a hole in her knee last year during the 2011 Women's World Team Championship in Palmerston, North New Zealand. The ensuing surgery forced her to spend the majority of the year in recovery. Yet she managed to make a triumphant return in September at the Carol Weymuller Open where she won first place and her sixth WISPA world title.
    No news on the severity of her injury or how it will affect her early appearances on the 2012 WISPA World Tour schedule. Harrow Sports wishes her a speedy recovery.
    Manor Open 2011
    1st Round: vs. Belen Etchechoury (ARG) 11/4, 11/7, 11/2
    Quarter-Finals: vs. Nada Elkalaawy (EGY) 11/5, 11/2, 11/4
    Semi-Finals: vs. Birgit Coufal (AUT) 11/4, 8/11, 11/4, 11/1
    Final: vs. Sarah-Jane Perry (ENG) 8/11, 11/8, 8/11, 12/10, 8/5 ret.

     

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