The University of Alabama in Huntsville women's lacrosse head coach Gail Wallach announced five additional signees on Tuesday to lead the team into its inaugural season in 2016. "We are so excited to bring in such a talented and well-rounded group to begin UAH lacrosse history,"
Coach Wallach said of the signees.The Chargers will compete at Charger Park, an immaculate on-campus facility that also houses the University's men's and women's soccer programs along with baseball and softball. UAH joins the current 85 institutions that sponsor women's lacrosse. "This group of five is extremely versatile and can play multiple positions," Wallach continued.
"They have a great mix of speed, strength, and scoring ability, which without a doubt will contribute in our inaugural season. Not only are they talented student-athletes, but they are individuals with tremendous work ethic and high academic standing," Wallach said of Tuesday's signees."They will begin the tradition of Charger excellence both on and off the field and we look forward to their immediate impact from the moment they arrive on campus,"
Wallach concluded.Wallach comes to UAH after most recently serving as the head coach at Emmanuel College in Franklin Spring, Georgia, where she mentored one All-American and four all-conference honorees. She has also made stops in her career as head women's basketball coach at Rutgers-Camden, Drew and Washington College. Huntir Cramer (Gulf Breeze, Fla.)High School: Ocean Springs (Miss.) / Gulf Breeze (Fla.) Position: MidfieldHeight: 5-6 Bio: Named team's Offensive Player of the Year in 2013 and 2014 … Accumulated a total of 152 career points from 125 goals and 27 assists … Varsity captain at Ocean Springs from 2012-14 … Registered 114 career ground balls. Allyson Greive (Glen Allen, Va.)High School: Deep Run Position: AttackHeight: 6-0 Bio: Totaled 21 goals and nine assists for 30 points during senior season … Had 48 ground balls and 12 draw controls in 2015 … Was 2013 Deep Run Team MVP. Rachel Hejduk (Cumming, Ga.)High School: North Forsyth Position: MidfieldHeight: 5-7 Bio: Named 2015 North Forsyth Team MVP … Earned 2014 Coach's Award for both lacrosse and cheerleading … Posted 77 career goals in two seasons of play … Recorded 107 draw controls at North Forsyth … Totaled 56 ground balls in her career. Alex Pruneski (Madison, Ala.)High School: James Clemmons Position: AttackHeight: 5-4 Bio: Totaled 24 goals and 12 assists as a senior for 36 points … Registered 20 ground balls in 2015 campaign … Named James Clemmons' Offensive MVP for 2014 and 2015 … Alabama-Mississippi All-State First Team in 2014 … Named Alabama-Mississippi All-Star in 2014 and 2015 … Team finished in third at state championship in 2014 and 2015. Alexandria White (Trussville, Ala.)High School: Hewitt-Trussville Position: Midfield/AttackHeight: 5-7 Bio: Named 2015 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star in 2015 … Was the team captain for 2015 season … Registered 28 points from 18 goals and 10 assists as a senior … Had 19 draw controls and 24 ground balls in 2015 campaign.