Athletics


Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Pat McAnulty Christian Academy Centurions Louisville KY
High School John Anderson
Position
Primary Position Middle
Athlete
PM GS GP
Career - 41 41
Season - 41 41
offense
S Pts G FO % A
Career 122 105 69 - 36
Season 122 - 69 - 36
Lacrosse Honors

Freshman year: Most Valuable Player, Third District Lacrosse All Tournament Team, Varsity Letter (lacrosse and field hockey), and Academic All-State First Team (lacrosse and field hockey)

Sophomore year: Most Outstanding Lacrosse Mid-Fielder, Third District Lacrosse All Tournament Team, Varsity Letter (lacrosse and field hockey), and Academic All-State First Team (lacrosse and field hockey)

Lacrosse Additional

My main position is center, but I also can play middie, attack, and defense. The above stats are for high school only and do not include any stats from my club team. In addition to the stats listed, I also had; 28 TA, 3 interception, and 133 DW.

I have played for my school and club lax since Middle School. I have played for Team Stickhead, Louisville Elite, and Blugrass Premier Lacrosse.

Academics


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High School
Christian Academy of Louisville
School City
Louisville
School State
KY
Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Blount
Guidance Counselor Phone
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Class Size
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School Division
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Major Category
Communications
Major
Broadcast Journalism
Major Category
Health Professions and Related Sciences
Major
Physical Therapy/Therapist
Other Academic Information
2015 Kentucky Governor's Scholar The National Beta Club: The National Beta Club recognizes outstanding achievement, and leadership skills. As a member of The National Beta Club, I am required to maintain a 3.5 weighted grade point average, attend monthly meetings, and participate in both community and church service. Beta Club recognizes outstanding achievement, promotes character and social responsibility, encourages service involvement in school and community, fosters leadership skills, offers grants and scholarships, and provides settings for students to develop interpersonal relationship skills. I participated in a diaper and wipes drive for Necole's Place in Louisville as an outreach to single moms as a member of Beta Club. Beta Club prioritized service in my life as I became more aware of the needs of others. The National Honor Society: As a member of the National Honor Society, I am required to maintain a 4.0 weighted grade point average, attend monthly meetings, and participate in community service. The National Honor Society recognizes and honors students who have demonstrate excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. I have participated in Operation Christmas Child by making shoeboxes for needy children overseas; this is one of the ways that NHS empowers me to reach to the community and the world. Being a member is a reminder that I should strive for excellence, and be of noble character. Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica: As a member of the Spanish National Honor Society, I am required to maintain an A average in my Spanish class, attend monthly meetings, and participate in community service specifically within the Spanish community. I am required to and have accomplished 20 hours or more of direct service with the Spanish community each school year. This service also includes work with those in the Dominican Republic and Honduras as well as tutoring younger Spanish students. I enjoy being a member and I hope that serving in the community will help me to one day be fluent in Spanish. Title IX Committee: Title IX is a committee that oversees that female sports are as well represented as male sports and that females have as many opportunities to play sports as males do at Christian Academy of Louisville High School. In this committee, we review how much money is brought in by both male and female sports. This is an excellent opportunity for me to be involved within the student body and to work on my administrational, communication, and organizational skills. Academic Excellence for Accelerated Spanish: Freshman year Awarded to the student with the highest grade point average in Accelerated Spanish. The receiving of this award is a testament to the time I put into gaining and applying knowledge of the Spanish language in my pursuit of becoming bilingual. Academic Excellence for Honors English I: Freshman year Awarded to the student with the highest grade point average in Honors English I. The receiving of this award is a testament of my hard work and skill in reading, writing, and speaking. Academic Excellence for Old Testament Survey: Freshman year Awarded to the student with the highest grade point average in Old Testament Survey. The receiving of this award is a testament to my great effort and biblical knowledge. Principal’s Honor Roll Awarded to each student who earns and maintains all A’s during the school year. I am very proud to say that every academic year since I have been receiving letter grades (2nd grade), I have earned all A’s and maintained a 4.0 or higher grade point average. The receiving of this award is a testament to the countless hours of work I have put in toward success in the classroom. Academic All-State First Team Awarded to each student athlete who maintains a cumulative grade point average of 3.75 to 4.0 while participating on one or more varsity teams. I earned this award for playing varsity field hockey and lacrosse. The receiving of this award is a testament that athletes can be successful in the classroom as well as on the field.
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Personal


First Name
Allison
Last Name
Edlin
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Athlete's Father
Gender
F
Height
5'7"
Weight
115
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Personal Highlights

The most important thing you could know about me is, God comes first in my life! He must become greater, I must become less.
I play the drums, piano, guitar, and the ukulele. I love to surf and snowboard.

Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?
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Athletes are often leaders on and off the field. Please provide one example of how you have demonstrated leadership in both areas.

Fern Creek Christian Church Youth Group:
I have actively been involved with Fern Creek Christian Church since I was a toddler! Church is a vital part of my life and and my parents' lives, and specifically, I have been a member of the youth group since the 6th grade. I attend Sunday morning services for 2 1/2 hours, Sunday evening youth sessions for 2 hours, and Wednsday evening youth sessions for 1 1/2 hours each week. In addition, I also attend and participate in once a month special activities, community service, and mission trips. I am a student chasing after Jesus!

Student Leader at Fern Creek Christian Church:
I take the commitment of student leader very seriously because I represent the high school ministry as a whole by giving evaluation and input, and I serve the entire church body as needed. As a student leader, I also attend leadership meetings once a month and special leadership retreats, I volunteer for the information desk to greet the students, and I lead a middle school Sunday school class. Being a student leader requires giving additional time on Sunday and Wednesdays. While serving as a student leader, I feel I have grown in my faith and assisted others in their walk with Christ as well.

Drummer for CRAVE- Fern Creek Christian Church youth band:
I became a member of the band CRAVE in the 7th grade, and I absolutely love to worship the Lord using my talent. My responsibilities include the following activities: weekly meetings and rehearsals, organizing music, planning and conducting weekly services, and setting up and breaking down the stage. Band rehearsals run from an hour and a half to two hours before each service. On average, I will arrive to church at 4:00 p.m. and leave around 8:30 p.m. on most Sundays.

Drummer for the Adult Worship Team at Fern Creek Christian Church:
Serving on the adult worship team at my church has been such an honor. I never would have dreamed at such a young age, 12, I would have been playing in front of my 800 member church congregation! I can't even begin to describe how nervous I was that first time. As a member of the worship team, I am required to attend mid-week rehearsals, early a.m. Sunday rehearsals, and participate in both morning worhip services. The worship team rehearses each Wednesday for an hour and a half and then again each Sunday morning for an additional hour. On Sunday mornings that I am scheduled to play, I will arrive at 8:30 am and leave at 12:45 p.m. I am scheduled to play at least two Sundays every month, but I played every Sunday morning for almost a whole year in a period of 2012 and 2013.

Title IX Committee:
Title IX is a committee that oversees that female sports are as well represented as male sports and that females have as many opportunities to play sports as males do at Christian Academy of Louisville High School. In this committee, we review how much money is brought in by both male and female sports. This is an excellent opportunity for me to be involved within the student body and to work on my administrational, communication, and organizational skills.

Camp Counselor:
Contribution: Serving as a camp counselor for me entails spending a week during the summer at White Mills Christian Camp as a group leader. My responsibilities include teaching and mentoring middle school students, organizing and executing games, and supervising middle school girls in the dorms. These students have showed me a great passion for Jesus and taught me that people at any age can trust in and seek after God. I still keep in contact with many of my students, holding each accountable in her personal walk with Jesus Christ. I am thankful for each of these relationships with my sisters in Christ.

Spanish Tutoring:
I spent one hour tutoring a Spanish II student in the language for three consecutive weeks. We have discussed several basic grammar concepts, learned vocab, and worked on many of her assignments for the class. Doing this has allowed me to both reinforce the more basic concepts of the language and hone my teaching skills.

Geometry Tutoring:
I spent three hours tutoring a freshman in geometry. We discussed angles and worked on a worksheet for her class. I exercised patience and understanding in teaching and working with her.

Middle School Leader:

I work with the middle school ministry at Fern Creek Christian Church periodically when needed. My role consists of leading worship, teaching a lesson, and talking with or praying for the students. I fulfill this role about once a month, although the need varies month to month. This ministry is a great opportunity for me to invest in the younger generation and lead them by example.

Student Leadership Retreat:

I participated in a Student Leadership Retreat with my church for three days at Camp Calvary. All the student leaders camped outside, bonding over fire and worship. We discussed ways to improve the youth ministry and organized plans for unifying the students in both middle and high school. This time taught me to set logical and feasible plans into action in order to accomplish the goal at hand.

Hosting Small Groups:
My family and I opened our home up to the church for small groups seven times (an hour and a half each time). We must clean up our home, make a snack for the students to enjoy, and then restore the house to its original condition. Doing this has taught me the importance of sharing; although it is trite idea, it remains vitally essential nonetheless.

Lost Sheep Ministries:

I served at Lost Sheep Ministries, a food bank in inner city Louisville, once or twice a month on Thursday evenings. My role included serving a meal to the homeless community, leading worship, and packaging supplies for the people to take. This experience taught me compassion and love for the homeless community; I still have a great passion for the lives of the homeless community and seeing them come to know Jesus Christ.

Teaching Lacrosse:
I spent an hour working with two new lacrosse players at Christian Academy who are hoping to learn the game and make the team. I taught them fundamentals of the game and worked with them on their execution. This activity taught me patience and gentleness in working with younger and less experienced girls.

Hospitality Bags:
After every home field hockey game, my team gives the opposing opponent a bag with a drink, snack, and encouraging word. I feel this is a good way to show good sportsmanship—win or lose. This service requires that I purchase the supplies and prepare the bags. I have volunteered for the hospitality bags every season since I began playing field hockey in middle school.

Christian Academy Open House:
Every fall Christian Academy of Louisville hosts an open house for prospective students and their families. During one such open house, I represented the women’s lacrosse team along with my coach. I set up and decorated a table, greeted potential teammates, and answered questions about the school and the lacrosse program.

Middle School Lacrosse Instructor in P.E. Class:
During the winter season of my sophomore year, I was asked if I would demonstrate and teach middle school girls at Christian Academy of Louisville the fundamentals of lacrosse. During the school day, I went back to middle school and taught some very young girls the basics of lacrosse during their physical education class. They were not quick to catch on, but I know there were lots of laughs and many memories made that day.

Middle School Lacrosse Instructor:
I spent an hour working with two new lacrosse players at Christian Academy who are hoping to learn the game and make the team. I taught them fundamentals of the game and worked with them on their execution. This activity taught me patience and gentleness in working with younger and less experienced girls.

Please explain how you pursue "healthy athletic performance" as a student-athlete.
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Please describe how you are involved in service in your community and why these efforts are important to you.

Volunteer- Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic 2014
I went on a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with a group of eight adults from my church for one week. While there, we collaborated with two missionaries, Catherine and Amaury Gracesqui, to assist in building a retreat center for the local people. I built walls, bunk beds, and even showers that were to be used in the retreat center. I also made many life-changing relationships among the local people; I interacted with may adults and teenagers in the Spanish language and enjoyed learning their perspective on life. I witnessed a joy from the people, even among such poverty, that changed my perspective on life. God was apparent in the people in the Dominican, and I loved my time spent there.

Volunteer- Lost Sheep Ministries
Lost sheep is an organization that provides weekly meals and clothes to the homeless in the Louisville area. As a volunteer, I help to serve the meal and organize the clothing according to the needs of the people there. The guests of Lost Sheep also receive a message of hope and live music. On several occasions, I have been privileged to play drums during worship.

Volunteer- White Mills Christian Camp Counselor

I spent a week of my summer volunteering for Middle School Camp. My responsibilities included teaching and mentoring middle school students, organizing and executing games, and supervising girls in the dorms. In addition, I played the drums twice a day for the daily worship sessions. These students showed me a great passion for Jesus and taught me that people at any age can trust in and seek after God. I still keep in contact with many of my students, holding each accountable in her personal walk with Jesus Christ. I am thankful for each of these relationships with my sisters in Christ.

Volunteer- Worship Team at Fern Creek Christian Church
Serving on the adult worship team at my church has been such an honor. I never would have dreamed at such a young age, 12, I would have been playing in front of my 800 member congregation! I cannot even begin to describe how nervous I was that first time I played. As a member of the worship team, I am required to attend mid-week rehearsals, early a.m. Sunday rehearsals, and participate in both morning worship services. The worship team rehearses each Wednesday for two hours and then again each Sunday morning for an additional hour. On Sunday mornings that I am scheduled to play, I will arrive at 8:30 am and leave at 12:45 p.m. I am scheduled to play at least two Sundays every month, but I played every Sunday morning for almost a whole year in 2013.

Volunteer- Fern Creek Christian Church Youth Ministry CRAVE Band
I became a member of the band CRAVE in the 7th grade, and I absolutely love to worship the Lord using my talent. My responsibilities include the following activities: weekly meetings and rehearsals, organizing music, planning and conducting weekly services, and setting up and breaking down the stage. Band rehearsals run from an hour and a half to two hours before each service. On average, I will arrive to church at 4:00 p.m. and leave around 8:30 p.m. on most Sundays.

Volunteer- Salvation Army Bell Ringer
When I was little, I always knew that Christmas was near when my mom took me to the store, and I heard the ringing of the bell and saw the volunteer in a red vest! Through my church, Fern Creek Christian, I now have the opportunity to be that volunteer in the red vest ringing the bell! My parents and I sign up with our friends and serve on behalf of the Salvation Army. I often find that we collect more donations when we sing and play Christmas music!

Volunteer- Community Leaf Raking
Every fall the youth group will volunteer to go into the community, randomly knock on a door, and ask the residence of that home if they would like to have their yard raked free of charge. This is such an easy gesture to show someone the love of Christ.

Volunteer- ESL Newcomer Academy
I volunteered alongside some of my Christian Academy classmates to spend the day with foreign immigrants and refuges at ESL Newcomer Academy. These immigrants attend Newcomer Academy upon coming to Louisville and enrolling in Jefferson County Public Schools in order to improve their English literacy and acculturation into American society. I spent time with students from Cuba, Syria, and Africa, getting to know them and their unique perspectives on America and American people.

Volunteer- Oaklawn Health and Rehab Center
I volunteered alongside some of my Christian Academy classmates to help the elderly patients at Oaklawn Health and Rehab Center. We did crafts with the seniors, enjoyed donuts with them, and spent time loving them. This was a great experience to lift the spirits of the elderly.

Volunteer- Future Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic
I am very fortunate to be able to return to the Dominican Republic for a second time. This mission trip will take place during the Spring Break of my junior year (2015), and my team and I will work at a drama camp in a local Dominican school. I left a piece of my heart in the Dominican the last time I was there; this time I will leave a little bit more. The people of the Dominican Republic have such joy, and I hope to bring some of that joy back to America.

Volunteer- Future Mission Trip to Honduras
This mission trip will take place in June 2015, and it will be a medical mission trip. I am looking forward to going to Honduras for the first time and immersing myself in the culture there. I know without a doubt that it will be a life-changing experience, and I will embrace all that I can learn and enjoy during my time there.

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