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Ellie Dassoulas

2022 | MD: Towson
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Extremely fast, aggressive and coachable player. Three sport Varsity athlete who also plays soccer and runs indoor track in the IAAM A Conference. Very bright, disciplined, and hard working.

I play midfield for Roland Park Country School (RPCS) Varsity and Heros club teams. I am very driven, hard-working, aggressive and give 100% effort all of the time. Throughout this summer, I have been working very hard. I have been doing intense conditioning, individual training sessions including the draw and for shooting. I have been invited multiple times by Megan Huether Nicotra, the former Team USA goalie, to shoot on the D1 goalies she is training.

Outside of lacrosse, I also play varsity soccer and run indoor track, all in the IAAM A conference. I recently received an Indoor Track Excellence Award at the Athletic Closing Ceremony this year. I was the only sophomore to receive an excellence award for athletics. My 4x200M Relay team earned 2nd place in the IAAM A indoor track championships this year.

In the classroom, I am a 4.0 honors, AP and STEM student at RPCS with a very strong work ethic. I am a member of the CyberPatriots (Computational Hacking) team, FOCUS (Fellowship of Christians in Universities and Schools) and Team Up For One. This coming year I am excited that I will be the Vice President of CyberPatriots and the President of FOCUS at RPCS.

My sophomore lacrosse season was cut short due to the pandemic, but I was looking forward to playing Varsity lacrosse with my teammates who are D1 recruits and headed to Boston College, UNC Chapel Hill, University of Richmond, Bryant University, The Ohio State University and several other schools.

In my freshman year, I was named the preseason athlete of the month in August 2018, then again in March of 2019 for lacrosse. I was elected captain of the RPCS JV lacrosse team and moved up to Varsity during my freshman season. In the Fall of my sophomore year I broke my arm in a Varsity soccer game against McDonogh School. That was really disappointing as I had to miss all of Fall Club lacrosse with my Hero's team. I worked really hard to stay in shape, and my Hero's coaches wanted me by their sides to learn the coach's side of the game. I was very thankful to them for that opportunity.

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