Louisville Adds 10 Players for the 2018-2019 Lacrosse Class

LOUISVILLE, Ky. University of Louisville women's lacrosse announced their 2018-2019 class, which features 10 student-athletes. In addition to signing three from Maryland, the team also brings in student-athletes from seven other states Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Ohio, New Jersey, North Carolina and Virginia.

"I am so excited to get to work with all of these talented student-athletes on the lacrosse field," said head coach Scott Teeter. "These incoming athletes, along with our returning players, have an opportunity to write the next chapter of Louisville lacrosse."

Shay Clevenger, Defender, Woodstock, Md.
Clevenger is a three-year letter winner for the varsity lacrosse team at Marriotts Ridge High School. Following her junior season, she was named First Team All-County, First Team All-Met and Third Team All-USA. In addition, she was listed No. 32 in the Inside Lacrosse Top 49 Young Gun Seniors. She was named UA Baltimore Underclass All-American as a freshman and sophomore. She also lettered in field hockey three seasons.

Kelly Coughlan, Attacker, Ocean Ridge, Fla.
Coughlan is a four-year letter winner for the varsity lacrosse team at Oxbridge Academy. She was named team captain during her sophomore, junior and senior seasons, and is the school's all-time leader in goals and assists. She was named All-District First team following her freshman, sophomore and junior seasons. She was also selected to the England National U19 Women's Lacrosse Team and the South Florida National Lacrosse Team.

Courtney Deena, Midfielder, Pickerington, Ohio
Deena comes to Louisville as a graduate student after spending four years at Maryland. All four years as a Terrapin, she helped lead the team to conference titles, as they won the ACC title in 2013 and Big Ten titles from 2014 to 2016. As a senior, she saw action in 22 games with 17 starts. In high school, she played four years at Columbus Academy, leading the team to a 74-6-3 record, four state final fours and a state title in 2012. She scored 56 goals and tallied 53 assists.

Elizabeth Janes, Defender, Louisville, Ky.
Janes is a three-year letter winner for the South Oldham High School varsity lacrosse team. She was named varsity offensive MVP in 2016 and 2017. In 2017, she was named to the Kentucky National Lacrosse team and the Kentucky All-Star team. A native of Louisville, Janes lists UofL lacrosse great Kaylin Morissette as the athlete she admires most and says that earning the coaches award at her first Louisville Lacrosse camp was the best moment of her athletic career.

Madison McFadden, Midfielder, Canton, Ga.
McFadden is a three-year letter winner for the lacrosse team at Creekview High School. She was named First Team All-County in 2015, 2016 and 2017, Second Team All-State in 2016 and Honorable Mention All-State in 2017. She was named Creekview's Most Dedicated in 2015 and MVP in 2016 and 2017. Her 98 draw controls and her 29 assists are the most in a single season in school history.

Kirsten Parker, Midfielder, Owings, Md.
Parker is a three-year letter winner in lacrosse at Elizabeth Seton High School. She also played four years of soccer, one year of indoor track, and spent time with the basketball team. She was named team captain of her high school lacrosse team and was named all-conference honorable mention.

Kristen Pezzullo, Attacker/Midfielder, Manalapan, N.J.
Pezzullo is a three-year letter winner for Red Bank Catholic's lacrosse team. She helped lead her team to three consecutive Class B North titles and a trip to the state sectional finals. She was named All Shore Second Team and to the State-Wide Defender of the Year List following her junior season. She was voted the state's top returning assist leader in 2017. She was also a member of the Brine National Team in 2014, 2015, and 2016 and the JGCLA All Star team in 2014. She also cheered two years.

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