South Jersey High School Field Hockey

Eastern Regional Claims Its 21st Consecutive
New Jersey Group 4 Champiosnhip . . .

  This page includes stories, all-star lists, records, championship breakdown and results/scores
for Coach Danyle Heilig's 21 seasons at Eastern Regional in Voorhees, NJ (She also coached for one season,
1998, at Haddon Heights.). At bottom of page: Names of all players  . . .
  To provide additions/corrections:tedtee307@yahoo.com. Thanks!
  Thanks for the help -- Danyle Heilig, Kristi Hunter, Jason Hill.

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Eastern Regional celebrates its 21st consecutive New Jersey Group 4 championship.

ALL-SOUTH JERSEY PICKS
COURIER-POST
FIRST TEAM
*Player of the Year
Year Name Pos.
1999 Lindsey Domers M
  Lori Hillman B
2000 Sarah Dawson F
  Shaun Banta F
  *Lori Hillman B
  Rachel Dawson B
2001 Shaun Banta F
  Rachel Dawson F
  *Lori Hillman B
2002 Shaun Banta F
  *Rachel Dawson B
2003 Lauren Walls F
  Ashley Walls F
  Missy Walls B
2004 *Lauren Walls F
  *Ashley Walls F
  Meghan Bain F
  *Missy Walls B
  Meghan Dawson B
2005 Meghan Bain F
  *Meghan Dawson B
  Bryn Bain B
2006 Jessica Allen F
  *Meghan Dawson B
  Bryn Bain B
2007 Jessica Allen F
  Kelsey Mitchell F
  Bryn Bain B
  Hannah Dawson B
2008 *Kelsey Mitchell F
  Geena Lesiak F
  Melanie Dawson B
2009 *Kelsey Mitchell F
  Melanie Dawson B
  Jaclyn Beasley B
2010 Cori Allen F
  Julia Osisek B
  Brittany Evangelisti B
  Alana Barry G
2011 *Austyn Cuneo F
  Carly Celkos F
  Karlee Spirit M
  Erin Hoag B
  Alana Barry G
2012 *Austyn Cuneo F
  Carly Celkos F
  Karlee Spirit F
  Erin Hoag B
  Steph Byrne B
2013 *Austyn Cuneo F
  Jade Dixon F
  Mackenize Mlkvy B
  Madison Morano B
  Karlee Spirit B
2014 *Austyn Cuneo F
  Nikki Santore F
  Alanna Gollotto B
  Madison Morano B
2015 Nikki Santore F
  *Madison Morano B
  Alexis Pettisani B
2016 Mackenize Keegan F
  Kara Heck F
  Alexis Pettisani M-B
  Kasey Quicksill M-B
  Cassie Kincaid G
2017 NFHCA (all-NJ)  
  Madison Guyer D
  Kara Heck F
  Jessica Maute F
  Olivia Perrone M
  Nina Santore G
2018 SJFHCA (all-SJ)  
  Kara Heck M
  Ryleigh Heck F
  Madi Guyer D
  Tara Somers M
  Nina Santore G
2019 SJFHCA (all-SJ)  
  Ryleigh Heck F
  Tara Somers M
  Elise Pettisani M
  Amanda Middleton M
  Nina Santore G
     
EASTERN'S HALL OF FAME
Grad Name Ind.
2008 *Bryn Bain 2014
2006 *Meghan Bain 2012
2007 ~Meghan Dawson 2012
2003 ~Rachel Dawson 2008
2001 ~Sarah Dawson 2007
2000 Lindsey Domers 2006
2002 Lori Hillman 2007
2010 Kelsey Mitchell 2018
2005 #Ashley Walls 2010
2005 #Lauren Walls 2010
2005 #Missy Walls 2010
  *-sisters  
  ~-sisters  
  #-triplets  
Eastern Regional
Wins 21st Straight
NJ Group 4 Title

  On Nov. 9, 2019, Eastern Regional High, which draws its students from Voorhees, Berlin and Gibbsboro, in South Jersey, defeated Hunterdon Central, 9-0, at Bordentown, to win its 21st consecutive South Jersey Group 4 championship -- all under the guidance of coach Danyle Heilig. She started at Eastern in 1999 after coaching in 1998 at Haddon Heights. The story is here . . .

By Chris Nalwasky | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
  Another year, another Group 4 title for Eastern.
  With the 9-0 victory over Hunterdon Central, the Vikings, No. 2 in the latest NJ.com Top 20, won their 21st consecutive Group 4 title and 23rd all-time on Saturday at Bordentown.
  It is the second most consecutive group crowns in a row in the state in any sport behind Paulsboro wrestling’s 25.
  “It’s honestly one of the best feelings of the season.,” Ryleigh Heck said. “Our whole team was excited. We were ready and we wanted it. Coming into the program, I knew about the past. Our coach motivates us to keep the streak going."
  Heck led the way with four goals and two assists. She now has 76 goals and 22 assists on the season.
  Eastern (22-1), which is ranked No. 2 in the entire country by Max Field Hockey, took nine minutes to finally get on the scoreboard as Hunterdon Central (13-10-2) played tough defense. But after that, the Vikings spent much of the final 10 minutes in enemy territory. Eastern stayed on the attack after the seven-minute halftime break.
  “They were definitely working very hard. They didn’t give up and were on us tight. It was hard to maneuver, but at the end, we figured out how to get by them. All of our corners gave us chances to score."
  Riley Hudson, Tara Somers, Amanda Middleman, Elise Pettisani, and Carlee Thompson all scored as well for Eastern. Somers also added three assists while Kylie Zielinski notched one.
  Hunterdon Central goalie Alexea Karpinski held her own between the posts. She recorded numerous tough saves throughout the contest.
  “She made many saves,” Heck said. “It was hard to score on her. But, we kept going and got stronger.”
  Next Wednesday, Eastern, the defending Tournament of Champions winners, will begin its quest for its ninth T of C title. Its opponent will be decided after the last game is played. The Vikings have made the T of C final in 11 of the 12 years of its existence.
  Eastern and the Non-Public winner, No. 1 Oak Knoll, are the likely top two seeds and the two teams are likely on a collision course to the championship game. Oak Knoll beat Eastern, 4-1, back in September, and the Vikings have some revenge on their minds.
  “Our whole team, we’ve been working toward that. We want to face Oak Knoll again and see how it goes,” Heck said. “They’re an amazing team."
  Hunterdon Central reached the Group 4 final for the first time since 2004. 
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Starters
vs. Hunterdon Central

Seniors
  Senior Kara Heck, twice a first team All-American player, missed the entire season due to injury.
Kendall Jung, D
Kylie Zielinski, D
Elise Pettisani, M
Amanada Middleman, M
Tara Somers, M
Nina Santore, G

Juniors
Grace Ferriolo, M
Anastasia Lukasheva, F

Sophomores
Izzy Bianco, M
Riley Hudson, F
Ryleigh Heck, F
        ------------------------------------------------------------------

  ER's Ryleigh Heck follows through after firing a shot.

SEASON BY SEASON
(At Eastern Regional)

Year W L T
1999 20 0 1
2000 23 0 0
2001 22 0 0
2002 24 0 0
2003 23 0 1
2004 24 0 0
2005 22 1 2
2006 26 0 0
2007 23 2 0
2008 25 2 0
2009 26 2 0
2010 26 1 0
2011 27 0 0
2012 25 0 0
2013 26 0 1
2014 27 0 0
2015 27 0 0
2016 23 3 0
2017 24 1 1
2018 27 0 0
2019 23 2 0
  513 14 6
1998 14 2 4
Total 527 16 10
Through 2019 . . .
HH 14 2 4
ER 513 14 6
Total 527 16 10

Conference Champions
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 1008,
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013,
2014, 1015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

SJ Group 4 Champions
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 1008,
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013,
2014, 1015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

NJ Group 4 Champions
1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003,
2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 1008,
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013,
2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Tournament of Champions
(Winners of All Groups;
2006 Was First Year)
2006, 2008, 2009, 2011,
2013, 2014, 2015, 2018

ALL-SOUTH JERSEY PICKS
  COURIER-POST  
  SECOND TEAM  
Year Name Pos.
1999 Sarah Dawson M
2000   None  
2001   None  
2002   None  
2003 Cat Badolato  
2004   None  
2005 Jen Bolger F
2006 Stephanie Carney F
  Hannah Dawson B
2007   None  
2008 Gabby Kozlowski F
  Jaclyn Beasley B
2009 Alyssa McFerren F
  Jessica Deaner B
2010 Carly Celkos F
2011 Emma Johansson F
  Julia Osisek B
2012 Jade Dixon F
  Kasey Morano F
  Gianna Perrone F
2013 Kasey Morano F
2014 Mackenzie Keegan F
  Alexis Pettisani B
2015 Mackenzie Keegan F
  Alanna Gollotto B
2016   None  
2017 Not Selected  
2018 Not Selected  
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

This quite-prophetic story was written in 1999 after Eastern Regional won its first -- of
MANY -- New Jersey Group 4 state championships.

By Tom McGurk
     Inquirer Suburban Staff
     There was no official ceremony, but one could sense the symbolic passing of the dynasty torch Sunday on the artificial turf
at the College of New Jersey.

Since 1997, Ocean City has set the standard for South Jersey field hockey teams. The Red Raiders have won three straight
state Group 3 titles and amassed a 70-3-4 mark over that stretch.

Behind coach Trish LeFever, Ocean City successfully dealt with the pressure of being among the area's elite and overcame
the graduation of key players, such as 1997 Inquirer player of the year Abbey Woolley and four-year goalie Jen Cushinotto
in 1998.

The Red Raiders will carry an area-best 35-game unbeaten streak into next season. However, they will have to replace the
state's top 1-2 punch in Cory Picketts (36 goals) and Jenee Doto (31), who were named the Field Hockey Club of South
Jersey's defensive and offensive players of the year, respectively, Monday on. Picketts and Doto (who scored a school-record
80) combined for 159 career goals.

So the dynasty could well be over.

Now, it might be Eastern's turn.

With only two seniors - link Lindsey Domers and back Kari Adler - in the starting lineup, the Vikings put together their first
undefeated season (20-0-1) and won the state Group 4 championship.

Eastern was dominant, outscoring its opponents by an eye-popping 102-4. The lone blemish was a 1-1 tie against Shawnee
on Oct. 1, a game in which the Vikings held an 18-5 advantage in shots and a 23-4 edge in corners.

Their biggest strength this season was their defense, which often appeared to go unnoticed because of the sheer power of
its offense. Along with Adler, sophomores Lori Hillman and Mary Beth Miller and freshman Rachel Dawson continually
frustrated opponents with speed and skill. Junior Colleen Bolger established herself as one of the area's premier goalies with
18 shutouts, including 14 straight to end the season.

``Our defense was so strong,'' Adler said. ``If someone messes up, there was always someone else to back the play up.
That's teamwork. ''

Junior Lisa Kreckel, who missed all of last season because of a knee injury, enjoyed a breakout season with 18 goals. The
rest of the forward line was also productive, with freshman Shaun Banta (13 goals) and juniors Jamie Fraser (nine), Kristie
O'Donnell (seven) and Kirby Hicks (five).

In the midfield, junior link Sarah Dawson appeared to be in the middle of every play in the postseason. If a 30-yard,
one-handed, reverse-stick dribble in the state final against Phillipsburg wasn't inspiring enough, there was the overtime goal on
her 17th birthday that dispatched Shawnee in the state semifinals.

Eastern's biggest off-season concern will be replacing Domers, the Boston University-bound link who was one of the area's
top players and provided tons of leadership.

Coach Danyle Heilig, a former Moorestown standout, deserves some of the credit for molding the Vikings. Heilig turned a
deflated Haddon Heights program into a Colonial Conference champion last season before she took over at Eastern.

Heated warmups. It's a wonder Eastern isn't tired by the start of a game.

The Vikings go through an extensive pregame warmup routine, which includes as many as three different drills being
performed at the same time.

At first, it looks disorganized mainly because most of the players are moving around at the same time, but the drills have
become the staple of the Vikings' success.

``You can always tell in warmups if we're ready,'' Domers said after the Vikings' 6-0 win over Millville in the South Jersey
Group 4 final.

Results of Eastern Regional's Playoffs During Coach Heilig's Career . . .
(One Season at Haddon Heights Also Noted)

    W GF GA
  TOTAL 121-6 857 81
  At Haddon Heights . . . 1-1 2 2
1998 SJ Group 2      
  Bishop Eustace W 1 0
  Hammonton L 1 2
  At Eastern . . . 120-5 855 79
1999 SJ Group 4      
  Overbrook  W 3 0
  Millville  W 6 0
  State Group 4      
  Shawnee  W 1 0
  Phillipsburg  W 3 0
    Totals 4-0 13 0
2000 SJ Group 4      
  Washington Township 10 1
  Millville W 3 0
  State Group 4      
  Lenape W 4 0
  Morris Knolls W 5 0
    Totals 4-0 22 1
2001 SJ Group 4      
  Absegami W 10 0
  Millville W 6 2
  State Group 4      
  Shawnee W 5 1
  Hunterdon Central W 3 0
    Totals 4-0 24 3
2002 SJ Group 4      
  Egg Harbor W 7 0
  Millville W 7 1
  State Group 4      
  Shawnee W 4 0
  Hunterdon Central W 5 0
    Totals 4-0 23 1
2003 SJ Group 4      
  Southern W 4 2
  Millville W 5 2
  State Group 4      
  Lenape W 1 0
  Hunterdon Central W 6 0
    Totals 4-0 16 4
2004 SJ Group 4      
  Washington Township W 10 0
  Egg Harbor W 4 0
  State Group 4      
  Toms River North W 5 0
  Hunterdon Central W 7 0
    Totals 4-0 26 0
2005 SJ Group 4      
  Triton W 9 1
  Washington Township W 5 1
  Millville W 11 1
  State Group 4      
  Shawnee W 3 1
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 4 0
    Totals 5-0 32 4
2006 SJ Group 4      
  Absegami W 10 0
  Egg Harbor W 5 0
  Washington Township W 8 0
  State Group 4      
  Rancocas Valley W 8 1
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 2 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  Moorestown W 3 0
  West Essex W 2 1
    Totals 7-0 38 2
2007 SJ Group 4      
  Atlantic City W 10 0
  Cherokee W 8 0
  Washington Township W 9 0
  State Group 4      
  Steinert W 10 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 4 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  Oak Knoll L 2 3
    Totals 5-1 43 3
2008 SJ Group 4      
  Absegami W 11 1
  Washington Township W 4 2
  Shawnee W 4 0
  State Group 4      
  Rancocas Valley W 7 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 3 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  West Essex W 3 0
  Wall  W 3 1
    Totals 7-0 35 4
2009 SJ Group 4      
  Vineland W 10 1
  Absegami W 10 0
  Clearview W 10 0
  Washington Township W 3 0
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 7 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 6 1
  Tournament of Champions      
  Ocean City W 9 1
  Shore W 8 2
    Totals 8-0 63 5
2010 SJ Group 4      
  Oakcrest W 8 0
  Washington Township W 4 3
  Clearview W 10 2
  State Group 4      
  Shawnee W 4 1
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 2 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  Bishop Eustace W 7 1
  Oak Knoll L 2 4
    Totals 6-1 37 11
2011 SJ Group 4      
  Mainland W 10 0
  Washington Township W 6 1
  Shawnee W 6 0
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 13 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 5 2
  Tournament of Champions      
  Freehold Borough W 8 1
  West Essex W 5 2
    Totals 7-0 53 6
2012 SJ Group 4      
  Cherokee W 14 1
  Clearview W 14 0
  Shawnee W 12 1
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 11 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 9 2
  Tournament of Champions      
    Canceled       
    Totals 5-0 60 4
2013 SJ Group 4      
  Cherokee W 11 0
  Shawnee W 9 2
  Washington Township W 11 0
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 10 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 3 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  Shore W 9 1
  Oak Knoll W 3 0
    Totals 7-0 56 3
2014 SJ Group 4      
  Atlantic City W 11 0
  Shawnee W 9 1
  Southern Regional W 8 0
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 13 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 7 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  Rumson-Fair Haven W 4 0
  Oak Knoll W 3 2
    Totals 7-0 55 3
2015 SJ Group 4      
  Shawnee W 9 0
  Clearview W 14 1
  Washington Township W 8 1
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 11 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 5 1
  Tournament of Champions      
  Warren Hills W 4 1
  Oak Knoll W 5 0
    Totals 7-0 56 4
2016 SJ Group 4      
  Cherokee W 6 0
  Clearview W 7 0
  Shawnee W 3 1
  State Group 4      
  Freehold Township W 13 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 2 1
  Tournament of Champions      
  Ocean City W 5 1
  West Essex L 1 2
    Totals 6-1 37 5
2017 SJ Group 4      
  Atlantic City W 14 0
  Southern Regional W 8 0
  Shawnee W 8 2
  State Group 4      
  Lenape W 7 1
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 8 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  Moorestown W 6 2
  Oak Knoll L 1 2
    Totals 6-1 52 7
2018 SJ Group 4      
  Cherry Hill East W 14 0
  Shawnee W 4 0
  Kingsway *No. 500* W 8 0
  State Group 4      
  Rancocas Valley W 10 0
  Bridgewater-Raritan W 11 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  West Essex W 10 0
  Oak Knoll W 3 1
    Totals 7-0 60 1
2019 SJ Group 4      
  Cherokee W 5 2
  Millville W 14 0
  Kingsway W 8 1
  State Group 4      
  Lenape W 11 0
  Huntderdon Central W 9 0
  Tournament of Champions      
  West Essex W 6 1
  Oak Knoll L 1 4
    Totals 6-1 54 8
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         
         

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Listed below are the players who helped Danyle Heilig claim 527 wins through 22 seasons -- one at
Haddon Heights, 21 at Eastern Regional.
The year indicates the player's final season (except for
'98 and '19). Most were seniors. Some transferred and some were underclassmen who did not play
in the following season.

HADDON HEIGHTS  
Alexis Hewes-Eddinger 1998
Camille Sonsini 1998
Devon Hyde 1998
Emily Thomas 1998
Erin Hyde 1998
Jennifer Knoll 1998
Jessia Eckert 1998
Jessica Ellis 1998
Kate Roberts 1998
Katie Shaner 1998
Katie Thomas 1998
Laura Nastasi 1998
Laura Rugarber 1998
Lauren Walker 1998
Lisa Janda 1998
Melissa Schafhauser 1998
Michele Sandowich 1998
Sarah Dagrosa 1998
Stephanie Rasicci 1998
Tereze Kunkel 1998
Tracy Kneble 1998
EASTERN  
Ashley English 1999
Karena Adler 1999
Kari Adler 1999
Kristie O'Donnell 1999
Lindsey Domers 1999
Melissa Hoffman 1999
Stephanie Weinberg 1999
Colleen Bolger 2000
Dawn D'Orazio 2000
Jaime Fraser 2000
Kirby Hicks 2000
Krista Palmer 2000
Lisa Kreckel 2000
Nicole Miller 2000
Sarah Dawson 2000
Amanda Delayo 2001
Kathleen Ryno 2001
Lori Hillman 2001
Mary Beth Miller 2001
Mary-Danielle Flynn 2001
Stephanie Rasicci 2001
Alexis Shaw 2002
Allyson Vernon 2002
Amanda McGuckin 2002
Bev Schmitz 2002
Courtney Glenn 2002
Lauren Thumm 2002
Nadine Maeser 2002
Rachel David 2002
Rachel Dawson 2002
Shaun Banta 2002
Andrea Scurti 2003
Caitlin Gregory 2003
Cat Badolato 2003
Emily Egan 2003
Erin Tideman 2003
Stephanie Campbell 2003
Valerie Evangelisti 2003
Annette Merlino 2004
Ashley Walls 2004
Chelsea Beran 2004
Jenna Gallo 2004
Lauren Calabree 2004
Lauren Walls 2004
Missy Walls 2004
Teri Davidowich 2004
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
Amanda Rishel 2005
Ashley Murphy 2005
Brielle Larsen 2005
Christina Nevitt 2005
Jen Bolger 2005
Jennifer Cardamone 2005
Lyndsie Johnson 2005
Meghan Bain 2005
Meghan Spittal 2005
Bek Keller 2006
Brooke Smith 2006
Gina LaVoice 2006
Katie Amundsen 2006
Kristi Padavano 2006
Meghan Dawson 2006
Rachel Deaner 2006
Rebekah Keller 2006
Rhiannon McFerren 2006
Stephanie Carney 2006
Beth Cobby 2007
Bryn Bain 2007
Danielle Danser 2007
Hannah Dawson 2007
Jessica Allen 2007
Mary Badolato 2007
Nicole Barry 2007
Nicole Cavallo 2007
Samantha Levin 2007
Bridget Campbell 2008
Carlie Rouh 2008
Colleen Petronchak 2008
Danielle Fischer 2008
Dianna Paparo 2008
Gabby Kozlowski 2008
Geena Lesiak 2008
Jackie Layer 2008
Jacqueline Layer 2008
Janine Kovach 2008
Jen Stevens 2008
Jessica Malone 2008
Jillian Coolahan 2008
Jodie Nilan 2008
Julie Heaton 2008
Kasey Daly 2008
Katie Spirit 2008
Marie Mignogna 2008
Meredith Donker 2008
Olivia Levy 2008
Stephanie Weitz 2008
Alyssa McFerren 2009
Jaclyn Beasley 2009
Jessica Deaner 2009
Kelsey Mitchell 2009
Mariel Papa 2009
Melanie Dawson 2009
Alex DeSousa 2010
Alex Mlkvy 2010
Ashley Lopez 2010
Brittany Evangelisti 2010
Camille Parry 2010
Cori Allen 2010
Dainelle Maresca 2010
Emily Ianuzzi 2010
Julia Livesey 2010
Kaitlyn Ogg 2010
Kasey Morano 2010
Sam Mohr 2010
Steph Niedoba 2010
Alana Barry 2011
Amanda Cooper 2011
Julia Osisek 2011
Madison Jung 2011
Carly Celkos 2012
Emma Johansson 2012
Erin Hoag 2012
Gianna Perrone 2012
Kimberly Jevic 2012
Melanie Humphrey 2012
Meredith Kalberer 2012
Rachel Block 2012
Shauna Masson 2012
Stephanie Byrne 2012
Taylor Evangelisti 2012
Abrielle Tucker 2013
Alexa Paparo 2013
Amanda Werner 2013
Brianna O'Connell 2013
Gabby Allen 2013
Haley Tornberg 2013
Jade Dixon 2013
Karlee Spirit 2013
Kasandra Morano 2013
Laura Yuh 2013
Mackenzie Mlkvy 2013
Rachel Lewis 2013
Rossanna Allen 2013
Alison Hoag 2014
Austyn Cuneo 2014
Christina Penney 2014
Emily Carbone 2014
Hannah Elfant 2014
Mackenzie Goshaw 2014
Morgan Lafferty 2014
Alanna Gollotto 2015
Carly Moyle 2015
Gianna Argentina 2015
Jessica Weichert 2015
Jordan Alcoy-Quinn 2015
Kristina Castagnola 2015
Madison Morano 2015
Nicole Santore 2015
Alexis Pettisani 2016
Amanda Moyle 2016
Ashley Thomas 2016
Bianca Funari 2016
Cassie Kincaid 2016
Erin Britton 2016
Jaclyn Charbonneau 2016
Kasey Quicksill 2016
Kayla Somers 2016
MacKenzie Keegan 2016
Marla Colino 2016
Morgan Burns 2016
Isabella Sinibaldi 2017
Jessica Maute 2017
Krystyna Hovwell 2017
Olivia Perrone 2017
Danielle Mlkvy 2018
Isabella Pavlides 2018
Lindsay Tripodo 2018
Linsey Champa 2018
Madi Guyer 2018
Sydney Woolston 2018
Amanda Middleman 2019
Anastasia Lukasheva 2019
Brooke Benson 2019
Carlee Thompson 2019
Elise Pettisani 2019
Grace Ferriolo 2019
Izzy Bianco 2019
Kara Heck 2019
Kendall Jung 2019
Kylie Dawson 2019
Kylie Zielinski 2019
Cate Kleeman 2019
Nina Santore 2019
Ryleigh Heck 2019
Tara Somers 2019
Tess Herrman 2019
Theresa Schmus 2019
Maura Somers 2019
Laci Coppola 2019
Haley Connor 2019
Ameera Bilgrami 2019