Katie Sedlak

Katie Sedlak

Graduation Year




High School

Conestoga High School


St. Bonaventure (DI)

Why did you pick this college?

“I chose St. Bonaventure University because I felt right at home as soon as I stepped on campus. I loved everything about the school including the degree program that they offer in my intended area of study. St. Bonaventure is a small school in a suburban setting which is exactly what I was looking for.”

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

“Don’t rush the process!! Everything will fall into place how its supposed to. Also, work really hard in lacrosse and in school. It will make everything easier in the end but don’t take the easy way out.”

What’s your favorite part of playing for Blast?

“My favorite part of playing Philly Blast Lacrosse is the camaraderie of the team and the fact that everybody can read each other on the field. We also have a lot of fun off the field. I also have to say that I love the Blast coaching staff.”

What other colleges were you considering?

Lock Haven University, Washington College, Catholic University, York College, Immaculata University

Achievements, other sports or activities, etc

Track, Best Buddies program, Peer Mediation, Honor Roll, Attack MVP

Additional Comments

“I would like to thank Josie Ferri, Julie Shaner Young and Caroline Dodds for their commitment to and belief in me and my pursuit of playing college lacrosse. I want to thank the Conestoga High School Girls Lacrosse coaching staff, especially Amy Orcutt, Jaclyn Klunder and Leah Adams. I also want to thank my parents for everything they have done since I started playing lacrosse. They have pushed me to my limits and made it so that I was able to play in college, and for that, I am forever grateful. I want to thank my older brother for setting such a great example for me and always being there for me. Lastly, I want to thank my little brother for putting up with the endless lacrosse games and tournaments and for always being so supportive.”