New Jersey has a knack for producing strong lacrosse players and Reiley Anderson is no exception. This young lady is a two-handed defender excelling as a multi-sport athlete in high school. She’s only a junior, but she’s already earned two varsity letters in field hockey and lacrosse. She’s made lacrosse her focus and now it’s about finding the right fit.
Reiley is always in the right place, at the right time as a defender. She’s got quick hands and the ability to cause turnovers, then stretch the field and move the ball after. Reiley is a smart girl that works hard to pay attention to detail. She goes above and beyond to take her game to the next level and is an integral part of her Morris Knolls Regional High School and Tri-State Lacrosse teams.
“Reiley is a solid player and a great asset to our defensive unit. She clearly communicates with her teammates to initiate and execute slides, help D and crashes. She is a strong teammate and an athletic player.” – Elizabeth Fisher
Reiley is just as committed in the classroom, taking courses like Honors History, on the AP track for history and psychology while maintaining a 94.6 GPA and High Honor Roll through the school year. She’s been traveling the East Coast non-stop to make a name for herself and to sharpen her skills. You can follow her busy event schedule on her player profile.
Reiley Anderson According To Coach:
“Reiley is an athletic strong defender. Her size and strength make her a great 1v1 defender. Speed and angles of her slides make her an important component to any defense. A great teammate that works hard and makes her attack better.”
– Sue Montegari
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