By Matt Leon
SWARTHMORE, Pa. (CBS) — One of the best women’s lacrosse players in the history of Swarthmore College has just closed the book on her career with the Garnet.READ MORE: 2 Off-Duty Philadelphia Police Officers Robbed At Gunpoint In Oxford Circle
Annalise Penikis wrapped up a remarkable career over the weekend. A career which saw her score a goal in every one of the 50 games she played in her three years at Swarthmore after transferring in from Lehigh. A local product from Strath Haven High School, she says her time on the squad has really been something special.
“Especially being close to home and playing for (head coach) Karen (Borbee), it’s been just awesome,” Penikis tells KYW Newsradio. “My parents have been able to go to every game. I’ve been playing lacrosse my whole life, so it’s just been great to be able to play with my best friends and play all the time, whenever I want. It’s been a lot of fun.”
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