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PNC Lacrosse Spotlight: Mercy Attacker Katie Yeagle

April 12, 2017
Junior attacker Katie Yeagle has the Mercy Magic off to a 4-0 start and in the hunt for an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland "B" conference title. So far this season, Yeagle has 14 goals on 23 shots, along with nine assists and 13 ground balls. Mercy is looking for its first conference championship since 2011.

PB: How much club ball did you play in the offseason?

Katie Yeagle: I play a lot of club ball. I play club lacrosse for Skywalkers in the summer and fall. We have five-to-six tournaments in the summer and about three-to-four tournaments in the fall.

PB: Do you play any sports other than lacrosse?

KY: Yes, I play varsity soccer for Mercy.

PB: What goals has the team set this season?

KY: Win the IAAM championship!

PB: How do you effectively manage your time with sports and academics?

KY: Since I have a game or practice every day of the week, I have to plan out my week to set aside time for homework and try to get as much done during my free periods in school.

PB: Have you made any decisions about college and potentially playing lacrosse?

KY: Yes, I am verbally committed to Florida Southern College and will start there in the fall of 2018.