Tar Heels Welcome Freshman Class to Campus

Giles (Concord, Mass.) played four years of varsity lacrosse and soccer and three years of varsity basketball at the Middlesex School inConcord, Mass., serving as team captain on all three teams. A defensive midfielder, she recorded 27 goals, 24 assists, 35 ground balls, 15 caused turnovers and 23 draw controls and earned first-team All-ISL honors in 2011 after missing her junior season due to injury. She was an honor roll student and should be a defensive midfielder for the Tar Heels.

McGee (Baltimore, Md.) played four years of soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse at the Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore, starring in the midfield and attack in lacrosse. She was an Academic All-America choice who earned academic honors in all four of her prep seasons. She was a team captain in soccer and lacrosse as a senior and helped lead the hockey team to the state championship as a junior.

Rubin (Baltimore, Md.), an attacker/midfielder, started for the South team in the 2011 Under Armour All-America game, teaming with fellow future Tar Heels Devlin and Sindall and tallying a ground ball. She tallied 67 goals and 30 assists in 2011for the Bryn Mawr School, leading the team to a 16-3 record. She was a two-time all-city choice in Baltimore and an IAAM All-Star, earning US Lacrosse All-America and All-Academic Team honors in 2011. She also played varsity squash and soccer, where she earned all-conference and All-Met honors. Rubin was the Towson Times Co-Female Athlete of the Year for 2011and won the Anne Pugh Award forathletic excellence, sportsmanship and leadership at Bryn Mawr in 2011.

Schmidt (Wantagh, N.Y.) played as an attacking midfielder for the North squad in the 2011 Under Armour All-America game, controlling three draws. She tallied 59 goals, 39 assists and 45 ground balls as a senior at Wantagh HS in Wantagh, N.Y. As a junior she recorded 55 goals and 46 assists. An All-America and All-Long Island selection as a junior and senior, she was a three-time all-county choice as well. She also played basketball and ran cross country (earning all-county honors in both sports) and played tennis as a junior. Schmidt was a member of the National Honor Society in the classroom.

Attacker Lindsay Scott (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) was a two-time All-America in lacrosse at Yorktown HS, serving as team captain her last two seasons. She finished her lacrosse career with 225 goals and 58 assists, including 102 goals and 28 assists as a senior. An honor roll and high honor roll student, she also ran track and was a member of the National Honor Society.

Defender Sarah Scott (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.) played defensive midfielder in both lacrosse and field hockey, playing alongside her twin sister on the lacrosse field. A two-year team captain, she was a three-time all-sectional honoree who helped guide Yorktown HS to three straight sectional championships, two regional titles and two appearances in the state semifinals (one title-game appearance in 2009). She was named ESPN Rise's 16th-best defender in the nation in 2010 and earned honor roll, high honor roll and scholar-athlete accolades throughout her prep career.

Sindall (Silver Spring, Md.) is a member of the Under-19 U.S. National Team that won the FIL world championship in Germany this summer and was one of just five Americans named to the All-World Team afterward. Sindall started on defense for the South team in the 2011 Under Armour All-America game, teaming with fellow future Tar Heels Devlin and Rubin and recording four ground balls and two caused turnovers. She had 12 goals, 16 assists and 65 ground balls for coach Michael Haight at Our Lady of Good Counsel in 2011 and is the school record-holder for ground balls and caused turnovers. Sindall was the WCAC Player of the Year and a two-time, first-team All-Met selection, guiding her team to three WCAC titles. She also played soccer, field hockey and tennis in high school. She finished her lacrosse career with 68 goals, 55 assists, 199 ground balls, 140 caused turnovers and 139 draw controls. She was a member of the National Honor Society in the classroom.

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2011-08-22



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