Seton La Salle Standout to Attend Saint Vincent

Saint Vincent College women's lacrosse coach Tom Harbert has announced that Annie Roslonski of Pittsburgh's Seton LaSalle High School will attend Saint Vincent beginning this fall and plans on joining the Lady Bearcat lacrosse program.

Roslonski enjoyed a stellar four-year career on the lacrosse field at Seton LaSalle. A captain during her senior season, she lettered in all four seasons, and was named all-section and all-WPIAL.

She was also a two-time US Lacrosse High School Academic All-America selection, while she played for the Upper Atlantic Regional Team in the 2007 Women's Lacrosse National Tournament.

A two-sport athlete at Seton LaSalle, Roslonski also played four seasons of soccer, and was team captain during a senior season in which she was an all-section pick.

She received Seton LaSalle's Vince Alario Award (given for exemplary leadership, strong Christian values, and exceptional sportsmanship), the American Legion Award (for the possession of the qualities of courage, honor, leadership patriotism, scholarship, and service), and she was a finalist for The Almanac Premier Female Performer Award, recognizing athletic and academic achievement as well as community service.

Roslonski is set to join a Saint Vincent team that has set a school record for wins in each of the past two seasons, eclipsing a record of 15-9 in that span.


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