Former Agoura High School defender Gabbie Garrison (San Marcos) was one of 11 San Diego State women’s lacrosse freshmen announced by sixth-year head coach Kylee White. In addition to Garrison, the Aztecs’ freshman class includes players from Maryland, New Jersey, Ohio, Illinois, San Diego and the Bay Area. Garrison was a multi-sport athlete at Agoura, gaining all-conference honors in track lacrosse.
Highlighting the group are two high school All-Americans and a pair of all-state performers, nine all-conference selections, three all-section/district honorees, one all-county pick and one player of the year award recipient. In addition, the class includes four players who have played for a league or section championship team, along with one state champion and one state runner-up. Garrison’s bio is presented below
Hometown: Westlake Village, Calif.
Last School: Agoura HS
A multi-sport athlete who also competed in track and field and cross country at Agoura High School … Earned three letters in lacrosse for head coach Steve Omlor, helping the Chargers capture three Marmonte League championships and a pair of CIF Southern Section titles … Was a three-time all-conference honoree and was twice voted her team’s defensive MVP … Also served as varsity captain and received her squad’s rookie of the year award … Played for club team Coast to Coast Lacrosse … Excelled on the track as well, garnering all-conference accolades on three occasions … Ran one leg of her school’s record-setting 4×400 relay team and finished second at the conference meet in the 400 meters … Was a three-year member of the California Scholarship Federation and two-time scholar-athlete … Plans to major in business administration at San Diego State.