Women's Lacrosse Inks First-Ever Signees
Brevard, N.C.- Head women’s lacrosse coach Frank Rogers is excited to announce Bri Bangle and Cassidy Glod as the first-ever signees for the women's lacrosse program.
Bangle is a goalkeeper out of Roseville, Minnesota, where she was a three-time All-Conference selection at Cretin-Derham Hall High School. Bangle ranked in the top 10 in Minnesota for save percentage for three seasons as a Raider, and was selected to be on a USA Women’s Lacrosse U19 team that played internationally in the United Kingdom.
"The foundation of any good new program is their goalkeeping, and we are very pleased to get a player of Bri’s caliber,” said Rogers. "She was the top-rated goalie and number two rated player in Minnesota, which is a strong, up and coming region for lacrosse. Her quickness, leadership and the way she commands the field will truly help us.”
Bangle also played lacrosse for the Minnesota Lakers Travel Club.
The Tornados also inked Gananda High School (NY) stand out Cassidy Glod to play lacrosse at Brevard College in their inaugural season. As a senior, Glod earned the Blue Panthers “Coaches Award” for leadership and hard work.
Off the field she is a member of the National Honor Society.
"We are very excited to have Cassidy join us, her quickness and strong stick work will be a big asset in the attacking zone,” stated Rogers. “Cassidy has such a great attitude and is a strong team player, which is vital for a new program.”