Villanova Announces Lacrosse Recruiting Class of 2017

Becca Hetrick
Midfield 5'8"
Midlothian, Va./Trinity Episcopal School

Trinity Episcopal School: Earned one varsity letter and graduated from Trinity Episcopal after moving from The Peddie School, where she earned three varsity letters ... Named a 2013 all-american, all-state and All-LIS selection ... Named the 2013 Trinity Episcopal MVP ... Also earned All-MAPL Conference honors in 2011 and 2012 ... Named an All-Prep State selection in 2011 and 2012 ... Chosen as a 2011 Brine All-America and all-county honoree ... All-Prep State selection in 2009, 2010, and 2011 ... Named the Trentonian Ahtlete of the Week for April 4th, 2011 ... Also lettered in field hockey and indoor track, where she earned all-county and all-prep honors in both sports ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars for 2012 and 2013.

Personal: Born March 6th, 1995 in Baltimore, Md ... Parents are Brett and Beverly Hetrick ... One brother, Robby ... Enrolled in the Villanova School of Business.

Cassidy Luidens
Midfield 5'9"
West Chester, Pa./West Chester East

West Chester East: Earned three varsity letters under head coach Marie Peppers, serving as a team captain during her senior season ... Named a 2013 Third Team All Ches-Mont selection ... Chosen as the 2013 MVP of West Chester East ... Earned the 2012 Coaches Award ... Played club lacrosse for PA Express from 2007-12 ... Also earned four varsity letters in field hockey where she was a two-time team captain ... Member of the National Honor Society and Spanish National Honor Society ... Member of the DECA from 2009-13.

Personal: Born December 6th, 1994 in Bryn Mawr, Pa ... Parents are John and Heidi Luidens ... One brother, Camryn ... Father, John, was a member of the rugby team at Ohio Northern University ... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Bailey Mongillo
Attack 5'10"
Westford, Mass./Westford Academy

Westford Academy: Earned four varsity letters under head coach Julie Olivier ... Posted a career total of 421 points via 315 goals and 106 assists to set a career point record at the school ... Also set a Westford Academy single season point record with 141 points via 108 goals and 33 assists ... Tallied the 11th highest career point total in the state of Massachusetts ... Named a 2013 Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection ... 2013 ESPN Boston All-Star Team starter ... 2013 Lowell Sun Player of the Year ... Chosen as a First Team Lowell Sun All-Star in 2011, 2012 and 2013 ... Named the 2013 Dual County League MVP ... Named the 2012 and 2013 Westford Academy Girls Lacrosse MVP ... Selected as a 2010, 2011 and 2012 Dual County League All-Star ... Member of the 2012 Lower New England Team at the National Tournament at Stony Brook University ... Played five years of club lacrosse for the Mass Elite Club Team ... Also lettered in basketball ... Earned the 2010, 2011 and 2012 Academic Excellence Award ... Four-year member of the Honor Roll ... 2011 HOBY Leadership Award recipient.

Personal: Born June 5th, 1995 in Boston, Mass ... Parents are Paul and Jean Mongillo ... Brother, Christian, is a member of the Villanova Class of 2014 ... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Kylie Primeau
Attack 5'9"
Voorhees, N.J./Bishop Eustace Prep

Bishop Eustace Prep: Earned three varsity letters under head coach Kat Burke Esposito where she served as a team captain during her senior season ... Finished her high school career with 96 goals and tallied 61 goals during her senior season ... Set a high school record of nine goals in one game ... Named a 2013 First Team all-conference selection ... Played club lacrosse for South Jersey Select ... Also played soccer ... Member of the French National Honor Society.

Personal: Born October 14th, 1995 in Detroit, Mich ... Parents are Keith and Lisa Primeau ... Siblings are Corey, Chayse and Cayden ... Father, Keith, was a member of the Philadelphia Flyers from 1999-2006 ... Brother, Corey, played ice hockey at Neumann University from 2008-11 ... Enrolled in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

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