Shannon Quinlan has committed to Assumption College

Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Dalton Beaver 716-698-9547 WNYWHALERS@gmail.com WNY Whalers Buffalo NY
High School Andrea Maslowski 716-512-4732 amas101186@yahoo.com
Position
Primary Position Forward
Secondary Positions M
Athlete
GS GP
Career 76 76
Season 20 20
field players
SOG % SOG SH % SH PTS GWG GPG G APG A
Career - - - - 108 5 - 37 - 34
Season - - - - 39 1 - 12 - 15
team
W T L
Career 46 3 20
Season 14 - 6
Physical Attributes
Foot
R
Field Hockey Honors

ALL WNY 1st Team 2016
ECIC 1st Team Varsity, 2016
Team Offensive MVP, Varsity 2016
Maxfieldhockey.com- Top Performer, September 2016
Williamsville North Athlete of the Month, September 2016
Co Captain, Senior, Varsity 2016
Co Captain, Junior, Varsity 2015
Team Offensive MVP, Junior, Varsity 2015
ALL WNY 1st Team, Junior, Varsity, 2015
ECIC 1st Team, Junior, Varsity 2015
ECIC 2nd Team, Sophomore Varsity 2014
ECIC Honorable Mention, Freshman Varsity 2013
Offensive MVP, JV 8th Grader
Most Improved, JV, 7th Grader

Field Hockey Additional

Freshman starter Forward, 7G, 2A.

Sophomore starter, Forward 6G, 5A, Added an additional 2G 1A in 5-1 non-league victory vs Sacred Heart Academy.

Junior starter at Mid and Forward, 10g, 11a. 2 Game Tying Goals, Team Record: 16-3-1, NYS Section VI Class A Champions, Far West Regional Champions. NYS Class A Semi-Finalists.

Senior starter at Midfield and Forward, 12G,15A Team Record 14-6-0. NYS Section VI Class A Champions, Far West Regional Champions.

YEARS PLAYED:
2011 Junior Varsity, F, named team Most Improved Player as a 7th Grader
2012 Junior Varsity, F, named team Offensive MVP as an 8th Grader
2013 Varsity, F, M, named Honorable Mention All ECIC as a Freshman
2014 Varsity, F, Second Team ECIC
2015 Varsity, F, M, First Team ALL WNY, First Team ECIC, voted team Offensive MVP, Co-Captain
2016 Varsity, F, M, First Team ALL WNY, First Team ECIC, Offensive MVP, Co-Captain

CLUB COACH: Dalton Beaver 716 698 9547 wnywhalers@gmail.com

CAMPS/CLINICS:
2011-present, numerous local camps/clinics
2012 WHISE Guys summer Camp, Nichols School, Buffalo NY
2012 USA Futures Field Hockey Camp, University Rochester
2013 USA Futures Field Hockey Camp, Sahlens Sports Park, Elma, NY
2014 USA Futures Field Hockey Camp, Sahlens Sports Park, Elma NY
2014 College Prep Camp- Hobart-William Smith College, Geneva NY
2015 USA Futures, Buffalo NY
2015 Colleges United Field Hockey Camp, SUNY Oneonta
2015 Univ Rochester Elite Prospect Camp
2015 Slippery Rock University Field Hockey Camp
2016 Futures Level 1, Syracuse University
2016 New Paltz Clinic
2016 Colleges United Field Hockey Camp, SUNY Oneonta

TOURNAMENTS:
2012-Present, numerous local high school and club tournaments, Western NY area
May 2012, Syracuse University, Kai-Zen Tournament
June 2012 Syracuse University, Futures Tournament
February 2013 Syracuse University, Kai-Zen Tournament
April 2013 Syracuse University, Kai-Zen Tournament
May 2013 Lock Haven University Tournament
June 2013 Syracuse University, Futures Tournament
June 2013 Williamsburg VA, Focus Showcase
July 2013 Buffalo Hurricanes Tournament
August 2013 Nichols School Summer Field Hockey Festival
February 2014 Syracuse University, Kai-Zen Tournament
April 2014 Lock Haven University Tournament-DNP-injured
May 2014 University of Rochester Tournament-DNP-injured
May 2014 Syracuse NY, Futures Regional Tournament
July 2014 Buffalo Hurricanes Tournament
November 2014 Festival Tournament, Indio California
March 2015 D3 Showcase, Bedford Mass
2015 Kai Zen Spring Fling, Syracuse NY
2015 Univ Rochester Spring Fling
2015 NFHCA Top Recruit Tournament, Bel Aire MD
2015 Futures Regional Tournament, Syracuse NY
2015 Futures National Championships, Spooky Nook PA
Jan 2016 NFHCA Winter Escape, Naples Fla
Jan 2016 NITQ Siena College
Feb 2016 Kai Zen Winter Play Day, Syracuse
May 2016 Penn State 7 on 7 Tournament
June 2016 Kai Zen Spring Fling
June 2016 Futures Regional Tournament, Syracuse NY
June 2016 Limelight, Spooky Nook PA
July 2016 4 Goals Cup, Providence RI
Nov 2016 Shooting Star, VA

CLUB TEAMS:
2013(U-14), 2014(U-16) Buffalo Hurricanes
U14 and U16 club for Coach Kelli Ruchalski, Buffalo Hurricanes; 716 445 7874
U16 club for WNY Whalers, Coach: Dalton Beaver (716) 650-0808
U19 club WNY Whalers

AFFILIATIONS:
USA Field Hockey, member
USA Lacrosse, member
USA Track and Field, member

OTHER SPORTS:
2013 JV Lacrosse, Attack, named Most Improved Player
2014 Varsity Lacrosse, Attack
2014 Varsity Ice Hockey
2015 Varsity Lacrosse, Defense, Second Team ECIC, named team's Most Improved Player
2015 Varsity Ice Hockey
2016 Varsity Lacrosse, Co-Captain
2016 Varsity Lacrosse, named team's Defensive MVP
2016 Varsity Lacrosse, Defense, Second Team ECIC

Academics


GPA
SAT Reading
SAT Writing
SAT Math
SAT Score (Composite)
ACT Score (Composite)
High School
Williamsville North High School
School City
WILLIAMSVILLE
School State
NY
Guidance Counselor
Phil Miller
Guidance Counselor Phone
716-626-8507
Guidance Counselor Email
pmiller@williamsvillek12.org
Class Size
337
School Size
1400
TOEFL Score
Class Rank
47
School Division
ECIC class A
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Environmental Biology
Major Category
Biological Sciences/Life Sciences
Major
Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
Other Academic Information
George Eastman Young Leaders Award 9/16 Selected to attend New Visions Zoo Wildlife and Conservation Program @The Buffalo Zoo for 2016-2017 school year Junior Class Historian Sophomore Class Historian Freshman Class Vice President HOBY Leadership Camp, Univ Rochester Youth Counselor, Houghton College Leadership Camp July 2013 YMCA/Williamsville North Leadership Camp Sept 2013 Freshman Honor Roll, Sophomore Honor Roll Junior Honor Roll, AP courses National Honor Society Junior Academic Award Recipient
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Personal


First Name
Shannon
Last Name
Quinlan
Address
City
State
Zip
Country
Email
Phone
Athlete's Mother
Stacy Quinlan
Athlete's Father
Dan Quinlan
Gender
F
Height
5'3"
Weight
120
Birthdate
NCAA Clearinghouse ID
1509273987
Personal Highlights
Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I have many friends and family members who were and are student athletes in college. I am passionate about field hockey and I aspire to play at a high level. I want to continue playing after high school. My parents both played sports in college. Their closest friends are their former college teammates. They have very close relationships, and I have become part of those relationships as well through family functions, vacations, camping trips, and more. I enjoy being part of a family atmosphere, and my teammates will become another family for me when I am away at school.

Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

I have demonstrated leadership on the field by being a good teammate. I try to help those players on my team that have trouble with certain drills or techniques. I will show them what they are doing wrong and help them to correct their mistakes. I also display good sportsmanship, I do not argue with referees or coaches. I am respectful of my own teammates and coaches as well as the other team's. I work hard in practice and do not miss practices. In past years I have helped organize off season "captain's practices" even though I was not a team captain at the time. I know it is important to get my teammates together on our own and work on our skills in order for our team to be successful. Last year I was selected to be a team captain, and I believe all of the above mentioned things contributed to being chosen a captain, not only for my field hockey team but my lacrosse team as well. Being a leader also means being a good student. I work just as hard with my academics as I do with sports. I have always taken honors or AP courses and have worked hard to maintain a 94 average in school and as a result I have been induced into the National Honor Society. I have also been elected Class Officer in all three years that I have attended Williamsville North and I have been selected to attend three different youth leadership camps and represent Williamsville North.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.

I think this means having a good balance of things. I eat healthy foods and drink lots of water. I do not drink alcohol or smoke cigarettes. I exercise even if I am not playing a sport. I attend extra clinics and camps to improve my skills and be a better player. I try to get plenty of sleep and rest too. It can be hard to play sports, practice and still do homework and study. I try my best to manage my time wisely and get my school work done on time. All of these things help me pursue a healthy athletic performance.

Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

It is important to give back to the community however you can. Something as simple as spending time helping someone like a fellow student, a young athlete, or even a coach or teacher can make a difference in someone's life.

I have served as an Ambassador for the Hugh O'Brien Youth Leadership Organization. (HOBY) I have attended HOBY leadership camp at the University of Rochester. We performed a community service project there by cleaning up a local cemetery. I have also organized and collected items for Crossroads House, an organization that provides care for those with severe health or medical problems in nearby Wyoming County, NY. I organized dates within my club field hockey organization and collected numerous items such as food, cleaning supplies, toiletry items, and cleaning supplies and I ended up making a very large donation to Crossroads House.

I am the President of my High School's LEAP Club- an environmental awareness and protection group. I have helped coordinate and have worked at several electronic waste drop off dates in my community.

In past summers I have volunteered to help run my church's annual parish picnic. I spent the day of the picnic helping in the kitchen. I did whatever job needed to be done; food preparation, set-up, clean up, or anything else that needed to get done. The picnics were a huge success and hundreds of people attended and had a great time. I am proud that I worked hard and was able to help my parish have such a great day.

I also have volunteered and worked at the Akron (NY) July 4th Celebration. Akron NY is my mother's home town and I have grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins who live and work there. I have spent a lot of time there too, so I was happy to volunteer in Akron. I supervised a bounce house and had to make sure only a certain number of young children were on the bounce house at one time. I also had to make sure the children were behaving and not being reckless or dangerous so that nobody got hurt. Many children had a great, safe time and I am glad I was able to help make that happen.

I have also volunteered time for my Varsity and Club Coach Dalton Beaver. I volunteer at after-school intramural field hockey at Heim Middle School. I enjoyed helping the younger students with their skills and building their interest in playing field hockey.

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