Michigan Inks 10 to National Letters of Intent
Jennifer Ulehla

Nov. 18, 2013

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan women's lacrosse head coach Jennifer Ulehla announced the signing of 10 student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on the sixth day of the early signing period on Monday (Nov. 18). The second recruiting class in program history, which represents four states and one district, will begin competing for the Maize and Blue during the 2015 season.

"It's an exciting time for our program as we welcome the second recruiting class to our lacrosse family," said Ulehla. "This group of young women will play an essential part in developing Michigan women's lacrosse into a nationally competitive program. We look forward to them representing Team Two and continuing our journey to improve each and every day and successfully building upon our championship culture."

2014 Recruiting Class

WolverinePos.Ht.Hometown/High School
Sydney DalmassM5-6Moorestown, N.J./Moorestown
Molly FishterM5-4Florham Park, N.J./Madison
Kat GeffkenG5-9Andover, Mass./Andover
Lily KovachD5-5Swarthmore, Pa./Strath Haven
Devon MaltzM5-7Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood
Becca MarchantD/M5-8Washington, D.C./Georgetown Day
Katie MelvinA5-10Villanova, Pa./Harriton
Gigi PackardM5-7Needham, Mass./Thayer Academy
Katie SmeskoA5-7Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood
Mae TarrA5-5Parkville, Md./Notre Dame Prep

The 10 members of U-M's second signing class will join the 28 student-athletes that currently make up the University of Michigan women's lacrosse team. After competing in the American Lacrosse Conference during their inaugural season in 2014, the Wolverines will transition to the newly formed Big Ten Women's Lacrosse Conference for the 2015 campaign.

Throughout the next several weeks, MGoBlue.com will highlight each member of the Class of 2018 in a Student-Athlete Spotlight, giving fans an inside look at each Wolverine, on and off the field.

Contact: Whitney Dixon (734) 763-4423

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