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Published: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 3:57 p.m.

Watch Glacier Peak lacrosse player sign her LOI

Glacier Peak senior Hannah Dalrymple will sign her National Letter of Intent Thursday night at Glacier Peak H.S. and StudentSports.com will webcast the event live.

 Dalrymple is entering her senior season of play for the combined Snohomish-Glacier Peak lacrosse team. According to a press release, Dalrymple will be joined on the webcast from Madrid, Spain by her sister Emily Dalrymple, who, although studying abroad this fall, is entering her junior year as a lacrosse player for NCAA Division III University of Redlands. She will also be joined by her parents Ray and Jackie Dalrymple of Snohomish.

Check out the webcast at www.studentsports.com/lacrosse.

StudentSports.com to webcast tonight’s NLI signing by Glacier Peak HS senior

SNOHOMISH, Wash. – The eyes of the national lacrosse community will be on Snohomish, Wash., tonight as the signing of a National Letter of Intent by Glacier Peak High School’s Hanna Dalrymple to play NCAA Division I lacrosse at St. Mary's College will be webcast live by a leading national scholastic sports publication.

Carried exclusively by StudentSports.com, a leader in coverage of prep football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, volleyball and lacrosse, coverage of Dalrymple’s signing gets underway at 6 p.m. PT (9 p.m. ET) on Thursday, Nov. 14 via a Google Hangout available at http://www.StudentSports.com/lacrosse .

Dalrymple, who is entering her senior season of play for the combined Snohomish-Glacier Peak High School lacrosse team in Washington state, will be joined on the webcast from Madrid, Spain by her sister Emily Dalrymple, who, although studying abroad this fall, is entering her junior year as a lacrosse player for NCAA Division III University of Redlands. She will also be joined by her parents Ray and Jackie Dalrymple of Snohomish, Wash.

The signing will be followed by an online conversation between Dalrymple and StudentSports.com lacrosse editor and former ESPN.com journalist, Mike Loveday.

As a freshman in 2014-15, Hanna Dalrymple will join a St. Mary’s team that finished 4-9 overall (2-6 in Mountain Pacific Sports Federation conference play). Once on the Moraga, California campus, she will join 2011 Bainbridge High School graduate Jaclyn Biggers as one of two Washington state products on the Gaels lacrosse squad.

A stellar student-athlete, Dalrymple maintains a 3.9 cumulative GPA earning National Honor Society recognition and state lacrosse All-Academic honors as a junior. Along with her studies, she commits 15-20 hours a week working after school at a local grocery store and puts in additional time mentoring younger students through Glacier Peak’s Grizzly Cubs, Link Crew and Be The Change service groups.

Dalrymple is among three North Sound prep lacrosse players to have earned D1 lacrosse offers. Earlier this year Snohomish High School senior Davyd Powell committed to Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y., while 2011 Lake Stevens High School graduate Meagan Hess is entering her junior year at Monmouth University in New Jersey. All three are from the combined lacrosse program of Snohomish and Glacier Peak High Schools.

Last spring, a record 53 high school graduates from Washington state earned varsity lacrosse roster spots at NCAA Division I, II and III schools.

To learn more about Hannah Dalrymple visit: Math and a promise drive Glacier Peak's Hanna Dalrymple to NCAA Division I lacrosse

 

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