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Our spring preseason previews are sponsored by the Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey, your sports medicine resource in Morris-Sussex with locations conveniently located in Cedar Knolls, Roxbury, Newton, Hackettstown and Sparta. OINJ also has urgent care hours on weeknights till 8pm and weekends from 8am to noon to care for athletes who suffer sports related injuries. If you need to see an orthopedic specialist, OINJ is your place!

Team: Morristown Girls LAX

Coach: Allie Ferrara

Season’s with the Team: First Season

2019 Record: 5-15

Anticipated Varsity Players: notable returners

Katie Baskin (SR) – goalie
Sarah Chupak (SR) – midfield
Logan Heher (SR) – attack
Ava Plott (SR) – attack
Katie Siverson (JR) – midfield
Lizzie Bozza (SO) – attack
Amanda Chupak (SO) – midfield
Elizabeth Rivetti (SO) – defense

Players on the Rise: Incoming freshman/players expected to break out this season

Katie Clark (Freshman) defense
Olivia Licardi (Freshman) goalie
Braeden Siverson (Freshman) draw/midfield
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Bozza (Sophomore) attack
Elizabeth Rivetti (Sophomore) defense

Coach’s Outlook: As a Morristown High School alumni (class of 2015), I could not ask for a better place, or a better group of girls to kickstart my coaching career. We are focused on making this season all about us and working to put Morristown Girls Lacrosse back on the map. We are so excited to welcome a strong freshman class who will join our experienced returners and make an immediate impact on the field. We have a young team with a lot of heart and grit, and I can’t wait to see what this team accomplishes this year and in the future.

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