Dartmouth Set to Add Nine to Lacrosse Team Roster for 2014

Blake Hamblett
Wayne, Pa. Midfield

Hamblett comes to the Upper Valley after a three-year varsity career at Conestoga High School. As a senior, she served as her team's captain and was rewarded for her play on the field with First-Team All-America honors as well as Academic All-American honors for her work in the classroom. Hamblett also earned First-Team All-Central League honors and was named her team's MVP in her final season at Conestoga.

Kristen Hinckley
Bryn Mawr, Pa. Midfield

A three-sport athlete at The Episcopal Academy, Hinckley was a member of a team that won four Interac League Championships (2010-2013) and three PAISAA crowns (2011-13). Individually, she was recognized as a member of the Philadelphia Showcase All-Star Team in 2010 as well as First-Team All-Interac, All-Delco and All-Main Line in 2013. Hinckley was also honored as her team's MVP as voted by the coaching staff and players her final season at The Episcopal Academy.

Lauren Maiorano
Chatham, N.J. - Midfield

In three seasons at Chatham, Maiorano was part of three New Jersey Group 2 State Championships with a combined record of 69-12. In addition, Chatham also claimed two Morris County and one conference crown with Maiorano on the team. An All-American Honorable Mention player as a senior, she was also a team MVP and an All-Morris County First-Team Selection in 2103. Another player who brings leadership qualities to the Big Green, Maiorano served as team captain in her final season of high school lacrosse.

Julia Reiley
Marblehead, Mass. Goalkeeper

Familiar with the Granite State, Reiley attended St. Paul's School in Concord from 2009-13 where she played lacrosse, soccer and ice hockey. She was tabbed as a US Lacrosse Academic All-American her final season at St. Paul's in addition to earning ISL Honorable Mention recognition. As both a sophomore and junior, Reiley was also honored as one of the top players in either New Hampshire or Vermont with spots on Teams 1 and 2 at WDNT. Her play helped St. Paul's go a perfect 16-0 in 2013, claiming the ISL Championship and earning the No. 1 ranking among New England Prep School teams.

Courtney Weisse
Westfield, N.J. Attack

Weisse comes to Hanover from Westfield High School in New Jersey where she was a two-time lacrosse team captain. An up-and-coming young player, she was recognized as a member of several rising player watch lists as she joins the Big Green. A dominant player since her freshman year at Westfield, she led her team in points and assists as a rookie in 2010. Weisse would continue that trend and re-write many of the program's scoring records in her four years, including the new standard for assists in a game, season and career. On multiple occasions, she was honored with her team's Most Outstanding Offensive Player honor.

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