Rogers announces Fall SigningsDecember 11, 2014
BREVARD, N.C. – Women’s lacrosse Head Coach, Frank Rogers, is excited to announce Brevard’s fall signings: Amber Breedy, Megan Binkley, Kathryn Harrienger, Jami Hudak, and Tempestt Smith.
Harrienger and Smith will make an immediate impact on the team for the upcoming season.
Harrienger joins her sister, Livia, at Brevard as a transfer from the University of the Pacific as an attacker. She went to Watertown High School in Watertown, N.Y. where she was a two sport athlete, playing soccer and lacrosse.
“Kat brings us strong stick skills and a winning attitude. She will be a great addition to our attack this coming spring.”
Smith comes to the Tornados after transferring from Genesee Community College where she was a member of the lacrosse team and will be a part of the defensive squad this year.
“Tempestt has very good quickness and as an upper classmen will provide strong upperclassmen leadership to our young defense this coming spring. Tempestt has great field vision and communications skills which will make her a leader on our defense.”
Breedy, Binkley, and Hudak are all coming from the high school ranks and plan on joining the Tornados in the fall of 2015.
Binkley will join the Tornados defense coming from Starrs Mill High School in Fayetteville, Ga. where she also was a cheerleader. She brings in strong talent on defense in lacrosse where she was a captain, and named defensive player of the year during her junior season.
“Megan is a strong, quick defender who was selected to the Georgia Brine National Team. Her quickness and leadership will be a great addition to our defense.”
Breedy comes from Webster-Thomas High School and also played for the Common Goals Lacrosse Club out of Rochester, New York.
“Amber is a very strong defender, with very good field vision, communication skills and quickness. She is a strong player who will be a great addition to our defense next fall.
Hudak will play at the attack position for the Tornados coming from Palmyra Macedon High School, in Palmyra, N.Y. where she was a member of the basketball, cheerleading, lacrosse, and soccer teams. She was a second team all-league mention, named to the US lacrosse All-Academic team, served as team captain, and a scholar athlete.
“Jami is a strong player, with very good stick skills, field vision, and leadership. She comes from one of the best programs out of the Section V region of New York and will be a very good addition to our program.”