Coach Info
Name Phone Email Team Name City State
Club Courtney Dowell Delaware Tribe New Castle DE
High School Amy Musto
Primary Position Attack
Secondary Positions M
Physical Attributes
Bench Press (max) Forty time Mile time
- 6.40 8:00.00


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High School
Smyrna High School
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Guidance Counselor
-Tiffany Duke
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School Size
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School Division
-Division 1
Major Category
Aerospace, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineer
Major Category
Civil Engineering, Other
Major Category
Ocean Engineering
Other Academic Information
I make honor roll every marking period. I will be dual enrolled in my high school as well as Delaware technical community college (del tech) this year, which is my senior year. I was chosen from our class of 2017 (out of 300 or more students) to try out a solar renewable energy course at del tech this year. They only chose 15 students to try it. All of my classes this year are considered college classes and I will be earning college credits for them. I will have credits for UD and credits for del tech by the end of my senior year. Those credits should be transferable or at least most of them are. I plan on retaking my SATs this year and plan on taking my ACT this year as well.
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Additional Questions:
Why do you want to be recruited to play sports in college?

I feel like I could benefit a lot from the discipline in college sports as far as working out and staying in shape and eating right. I also have a very strong love for the sport of lacrosse and if I could play lacrosse in college it would honestly be my biggest dream come true. That's what I've wanted since I was 5 years old and playing soccer, but now Im 17 and that dream is to play lacrosse in college.

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

When all of our captains were on their senior field trip our team felt like they didn't know what to do. I stepped into the captain position and helped everyone out and made sure they knew what they were doing and how to do it. Then I had a few girls come up to me after practice and ask if I could show them a few things and help them out and I let my coach know we were staying after and I helped them for 3 hours. They told me at the end that they felt so much more comfortable with how they were playing now.

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

I pursue healthy athletic performance by eating right and exercising to keep myself conditioned and ready for the current season or next season. I make sure I keep my grades up just so I don't put the stress on my body of having to worry how my grades are going to look if I don't do some work. I make sure I get my work done so that when I'm on the field playing the stress won't slow me down.

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

Every year in Smyrna high school we have a therapeutic riding program that is run by our FFA chapter. I am an active FFA member and I take time out of school to go with a few other students and help the special needs kids with therapeutic riding. This is so important to me because I love when I get on the bus and all the kids remember our names and run and give us hugs and actually enjoy themselves while riding. And to know that the smile on their face is because I'm there helping them get to experience this, is something I love. I am also actively coaching a cheer team for our pop warner program. Our team ranges from ages 7-11 and I help them learn their stunts and how they should be doing what they are doing. I was a previous cheerleader for my high school and I just wanted to teach the younger ones some of what I have learned so when they get to where I am they can do the same.

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