Brittney Bedrossian

Brittney Bedrossian

Graduation Year

2017

Position

Attack

High School

Merion Mercy Academy

College

Ursinus College (DIII)

Why did you pick this college?

“I chose Ursinus because as soon as I walked onto the campus I felt like I could see myself there. I was first drawn to the campus for its suburban setting and strong academics, and from the first moment I met with Coach Hagan and the team, they made me feel welcome, and treated me as if I belonged. I loved the atmosphere of the team, and how they all worked together and encouraged each other on and off the field. Coach Hagan has such a great outlook for what this team can accomplish,and I’m very excited to be a part of that!”

What advice would you give to younger Blast players beginning the recruiting process?

“Enjoy the experience of playing lacrosse, and don’t get too wrapped up in the college search because everything will work out in the end!”

What’s your favorite part of playing for Blast?

“My favorite part of Blast is my team. We’ve played together for so many years, and have grown both as people and players. It’s amazing to see how much we have and will accomplish.”

What other colleges were you considering?

Scranton, Widener, Cabrini

Achievements, other sports or activities, etc

National Honor Society (10th,11th,12th), National Honor Society Corresponding Secretary (12th), Spanish Honor Society (10th,11th), Math Honor Society (10th,11th), Honor Roll (9th), Distinguished Honors (10th,11th), JV Mathletes (9th,10th), Varsity Mathletes, MVP Service, Field Hockey, Lacrosse AACA Champions (2014, 2015, 2016), Most Improved (2016)

Additional Comments

“I would like to thank all the coaches I have had over the years, especially Dodds, who have helped me become the player I am with all their encouragement and positive feedback. I would also like to thank my family, especially my parents and sister Shannon, who have been by my side through it all and have always supported me.”

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