Notre Dame Signs 10 to National Letters of Intent

Austin Pruitt is a 5-11 midfielder out of Richmond, Va., where she attends Collegiate School. A three-sport athlete in field hockey, indoor track and lacrosse, she also has enjoyed stints with three different club lacrosse teams - Geronimo Elite, Future Elite, Capital Seniors - including helping Geronimo Elite capture the Top of the Bay tournament title. Pruitt, who enters her senior lacrosse season as team captain, has helped her team claim three consecutive conference titles in addition to being named an all-conference and all-state selection during her junior season. A two-time choice to the Virginia National Team and Under Armour DC team in '10 and '11, she also helped her team claim the League of Independent Schools championship in both '09 and '10, while finishing state runner-up in both '10 and '11. Pruitt also enjoyed a standout track career that saw her named all-league and all-state each of her first three seasons, while being named to the National Elite in '11 and setting the League of Independent Schools 200m dash record and the Collegiate School record in the 55m dash and 4x200m relay. Current Irish junior Betsy Mastropieri also attended Collegiate School.

Rachel Sexton is a 5-5 midfielder from Sudbury, Mass., where she attends Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. A two-sport athlete in both soccer and lacrosse, Sexton has helped her team to three consecutive conference crowns, while also having earned the sectional title during her junior season. A two-time team captain and two-time selection to the all-conference team, Sexton also claimed all-city, all-region, all-county and All-America billing during her junior year that saw her score 50 goals along with dishing out 24 assists. Additionally, she was named to the Under Armour Underclassmen All-Star team for New England in '10 and '11, while also being named an Eastern Massachusetts First Team All-Star in '11. Sexton comes from a family pedigree of lacrosse, as her father, Ralph, along with three of her cousins enjoyed collegiate lacrosse careers, including her cousin, Jonathan Harvey, who starred for the Notre Dame men's team from '98-01.

Stephanie Toy is a 5-6 midfielder from Moorestown, N.J., where she attends Moorestown High School. A three-sport athlete in soccer, lacrosse and basketball, Toy also plays club lacrosse for the South Jersey Selects. She has helped Moorestown claim the conference championship each of her first three seasons, while claiming the sectional crown in her freshman and junior years, in addition to claiming the state title both seasons, and finishing runner-up sophomore year. Individually, Toy has been named all-conference each of her first three years with the team, while earning all-region, all-county, all-state and All-America distinction following a junior season that also saw her named the Midfielder of the Year as selected by the Women's Lacrosse Club of South Jersey (WLCSJ). During her junior season, Toy scored the game-winning goal of the state championship contest in the fourth overtime to advance her team to the Tournament of Champions, an event her team won during her freshman campaign.

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2011-12-06



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