Penn Welcomes 7 in Recruiting Class of 2015

Personal: Daughter of Sandra and James Newfrock ... Father, James, played football at Delaware (1980-83) ... Grandfather, James F. Conway (W'49), played football at Penn under George Munger ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Coach Corbett on Newfrock: "Grace is an extremely talented midfielder. She is quick and agile at both ends of the field. She brings speed and relentlessness to our midfield. "

Lindsey O'Loughlin
Midfield | Morristown, N.J./Oak Knoll

High School: Four-year letterwinner ... Co-captained team as a senior ... Two-time U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American ... Two-time first-team New Jersey All-Prep A (2010-11)...Three-time New Jersey Prep A state champions (2008, '09. '11) ... NJSIAA Group 1 State Champion (2010) ... Three-time conference champion (2008-10) ... Two-time Oak Knoll Best Defensive Player award (2009-10)... Third-team All-State (2011) ... First-team All-Union (2011) ... First-team NJIGLL Stripes Division (2011) ... NJISAA Scholar Athlete of the Year (2011) ... Selected for USA Women's U19 National Team tryout (2010) ... Also lettered four times in field hockey, leading team to three NJSIAA Group 1 State championships (2007, '08, '10) ... 2010 field hockey team was named New Jersey Star Ledger Team of the Year ... Second-team All-State in field hockey (2010) ... Two-time Oak Knoll field hockey Best Offensive Player award ... Oak Knoll Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2011) ... National Cum Laude Society member ... National Spanish Honor Society member ... Peer Leader Program coordinator and Student Government Core Council member (2010-2011).

Personal: Daughter of Kimberly and Jerry O'Loughlin ... Mother, Kimberly, was on the Princeton gymnastics team ... Father, Jerry, played lacrosse at Union College ... High school teammate of classmate Leah McBride ... Played field hockey with Penn's Christina Benvenuti ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Coach Corbett on O'Loughlin: "Little, but extremely quick, Lindsey will impact our attack. Her change of direction in very impressive and she finishes well. She can challenge and feed on the move and is not intimidated by big defenders. Her speed will also help us in transition and in our trap."

Gillian Raposo
Midfield | Neshamic Station, N.J./Somerville

High School: Four-year letterwinner ... Captained team senior season ... Academic All-American (2011) ... First-team All-Conference (2011) ...Team MVP (2011) ... Somerset County Scholar-Athlete (2011) ... Second-team All-Conference (2009) ... Also lettered twice in field hockey ... Captained team as senior ... First-team All-Conference (2009) and second-team All-Conference (2009) ... Four-year honor roll student ... Three-year member of high school yearbook staff ... National Honor Society member ... National Merit Commended Scholar ... AP Scholar with Distinction ... Active as a volunteer, spending time with the Save Our World and By Kids for Kids organizations at Somerville and by serving as a Peer Leader to freshmen students.

Personal: Daughter of Wendy and Mark Raposo ... Has one brother, Matthew ... Enrolled in Wharton.

Coach Corbett on Raposo: "Gillian's effort for every play is fun to watch. She is very strong and has good speed. She is tenacious on ground balls and will fight for everything on the field."

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