Women's Lacrosse

Devyn Antolini

Babylon, N.Y.

High School:


Devyn  Antolini

Black on Antolini:
Devyn will be able to help us on the draw, but mostly on attack. She is a very smart attacker who will push others around her to be better. Not only does she see the field well, but she is able to read the situation and make the most out of it. She is tough to stop and has a lot of background knowledge from playing with great teams her whole life."

2014: Scored her first collegiate goal in a 12-10 victory over Michigan (Feb. 28) ... Picked up a goal and a draw control in a 15-9 defeat of Detroit (March 2) ... Recorded a goal and two draw controls against Duquense in a 10-14 loss (March 7) ... Achieved one goal and three shots on goal in 13-6 victory over Winthrop (March 23) ... Scored one goal and one draw control against Temple in 7-11 loss (April 17) ... Notched one goal during 5-12 loss at Louisville (April 24) ...

Prior to Marquette: A three-sport athlete at Babylon High School, where she lettered in lacrosse five times (2008-13) in addition to three times each in basketball and soccer... Holds Babylon record for points in a lacrosse game (11) and most assists (8) ... Through junior season had amassed 125 goals and 103 assists ... Recorded at least one point in all 17 games as a junior, when she helped guide the Lady Panthers to the Suffolk Class C semifinals ... Lacrosse team captain as a junior and senior ... Earned all-county recognition as a sophomore and junior in addition to all-division honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior ... Three-time all-league performer in basketball and finished her career in the top four all-time at Babylon in 3-pointers, free throw percentage and points ... Named to the ESPNHS Watch List prior to junior campaign (2012) ... Played club lacrosse with the Long Island Yellow Jackets.

Personal: Born on July 27, 1995 ... Daughter of Greg and Keri Antolini ... Has three siblings, Nicholas, Shayne and Karlyn ... Mother was a basketball player at Lynchburg College and grandfather was a member of the undefeated 1959 national championship football team at Syracuse ... Plans to major in education or psychology.

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