Hailey Rhatigan

Rhatigan, Medjid among draftees signed for 2023 Lacrosse season

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Athletes Unlimited
Jun 26, 2023
  • Draftees Head to USA Lacrosse HQ in Maryland for AU’s Third Season
  • Tickets on sale now

Athletes Unlimited announced today the signing of seven members from its 2023 College Draft class, who will compete during the upcoming season this summer.

The seven signees include defenders Abby Bosco, Katie Detwiler, Marge Donovan and Mairead Durkin, attackers Jenn Medjid and Hailey Rhatigan, and goalkeeper Sarah Reznick.

The third season of Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse begins on Thursday, July 20 and runs for four weeks through Sunday, Aug. 13 at USA Lacrosse Headquarters in Sparks, Maryland. Tickets, including single-day, group and season tickets, are available now.

“We’re thrilled to have such amazing talent joining us for Season Three of Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse,” said Abi Jackson, Director of Sport for Lacrosse. “Between our updated style of play and the incredible roster we have built, fans who tune in and come out to USA Lacrosse HQ are in for the best possible product.”

Katie Detwiler | Defense | Loyola Maryland

Detwiler, a three-time Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year honoree, led Loyola Maryland to four consecutive Patriot League titles. The Devon, Pa., product became the ninth player in program history to earn four All-Patriot League awards and claimed IWLCA All-America honors in each of her final three seasons.

Jenn Medjid | Attack | Boston College

The second-leading scorer in Boston College history with 332 points, Medjid finished her career with 252 goals and 80 assists while leading the Eagles to four straight appearances in the NCAA Division I Championship Game. A finalist for the 2023 Tewaaraton Award, Medjid earned three IWLCA All-America commendations, including First-Team notice as a graduate student.

Abby Bosco | Defense | Maryland

A two-time team captain at Maryland after transferring from Penn, Bosco was named 2022 Big Ten Conference Defender of the Year and a 2022 IWLCA First-Team All-America honoree. Prior to joining the Terrapins, the Suffern, N.Y., product led Penn to the 2018 Ivy League regular season title and started 42-of-43 games over four seasons.

Hailey Rhatigan | Attack | Northwestern

A graduate transfer from Mercer, Rhatigan was Northwestern’s third-leading scorer with 73 points, including 62 goals, while guiding the Wildcats to the 2023 NCAA Division I championship. The Holbrook, N.Y., native closed her career at Mercer as the school’s career leader with 228 goals and 298 points.

Marge Donovan | Defense | Maryland

After a stellar career at Princeton where she finished as the Tigers’ single-game, single-season and career record holder in draw controls, Donovan joined Maryland as a graduate transfer for the 2023 campaign. A 2022 IWLCA Third-Team All-America pick, Donovan was named Ivy League Defender of the Year while guiding Princeton to the conference title during her final season with the Tigers.

Mairead Durkin | Defense | James Madison

Durkin, a First-Team IWLCA All-America performer, led James Madison to the American Athletic Conference regular season title in its first year in the league this spring. The Stony Point, N.Y., native, who holds the James Madison career record with 135 caused turnovers, also set the program’s single-season mark with 52 caused turnovers in 2022.

Sarah Reznick | Goalkeeper | Florida

A three-time selection as American Athletic Conference Goalkeeper of the Year, Reznick closed her career as Florida’s all-time leader with 602 saves, including a program-record 202 saves during the 2023 campaign. The three-time First-Team All-AAC performer was a consensus Second-Team All-America selection by the IWLCA, USA Lacrosse Magazine and Inside Lacrosse during her final season.

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