Stoller signs National Letter of Intent to Lehigh University

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Stoller signs National Letter of Intent to Lehigh University

Pictured above is Jackie Stoller with her parents and her sister Lilly, who is a freshman. Stoller signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Division I Lehigh University. “It is a day that I will never forget,

Pictured above is Jackie Stoller with her parents and her sister Lilly, who is a freshman. Stoller signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Division I Lehigh University. “It is a day that I will never forget," Stoller said.

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Pictured above is Jackie Stoller with her parents and her sister Lilly, who is a freshman. Stoller signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Division I Lehigh University. “It is a day that I will never forget," Stoller said.

Credit: Isabel Gitten

Credit: Isabel Gitten

Pictured above is Jackie Stoller with her parents and her sister Lilly, who is a freshman. Stoller signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Division I Lehigh University. “It is a day that I will never forget," Stoller said.

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On Monday, senior Jackie Stoller signed her National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at Lehigh University. Stoller is the first WHS girls’ lacrosse player to be recruited and play at an NCAA Division One college in four years. Because the lacrosse college recruiting signing period does not overlap with the spring signing ceremony, the varsity girls’ lacrosse coach, Ashley Means, reached out to athletic director Heath Rollins to set up a special ceremony for Stoller.

“It was really incredible that Boosters, Mr. Rollins, my coaches and my parents set this up,” Stoller said. “It is a day that I will never forget.”

Stoller has been playing Wayland lacrosse since third grade and has also played club lacrosse for Mass Mavericks and Laxachusetts. She has been a varsity starter at Wayland since her freshman year.

“I wouldn’t be who I am today without all of my teammates and coaches,” Stoller said. “They have been with me through all of the wins and the losses.”

Stoller was joined by her family, friends, teammates and coaches as she signed her letter of intent on Monday. She is grateful for all the support she has received from her family throughout her lacrosse career.

“I owe it to my parents,” Stoller said. “They have been incredibly supportive since the day I bought my first lacrosse stick.”

“Today was a great day to see Jackie finally make it official,” Stoller’s father John said. “Lehigh has felt like the right place for Jackie since the first day she toured the campus and met the coaches. We are so proud of her and excited to see her start a new chapter.”

Stoller is excited to play lacrosse in college.

“I am most looking forward to participating in college athletics,” Stoller said. “I think that being part of a team in college is a unique experience that I am really excited to be a part of.”

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