San Juan Hills girls lacrosse player Hannah Miller has committed to play lacrosse at Rockhurst University in Kansas City, Mo. according to her coach Michael Welter.
Miller, a senior attacker, leads the Stallions in goals with 51 and is tied for second in assists with 10. Miller has been playing lacrosse since her freshman year and has been on varsity for three years.
“I’m really proud of her taking the next step in her lacrosse career. She went through the recruiting process all by herself and figured out what was important to her and found a college that is a perfect fit for her,” Welter said in an email. “College will be a different challenge but I know she will rise to the occasion and become a success just like she did for us.”
— SJHHS Girls Lacrosse (@SJHHSGirls_lax) February 1, 2017
Miller’s awards and honors include:
2016: First team All-Sea View League, second team All-County, and team attacker of the year.
2015: Second team All-Sea View League
2014: Captain of the JV team
“She has filled a big hole left by the graduation of Journey Fischbeck (90 goals last year). She has stepped up her game and other teams now target her for double teams and face-guards which gets other people open,” Welter said.
Last season, the Hawks went 7-9 overall and 1-6 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.