Field Hockey Adds Two More For 2005
May 20, 2005
Winston-Salem, N.C. - Wake Forest field hockey coach Jennifer Averill announced the addition of Katy Narron and Lou-Trice Gamble to the 2005 freshman class. Joining four others, the three-time national championship squad will welcome six fresh faces for the class of 2009.
"I am absolutely thrilled with this class," said Averill. "With the addition of Katy and Lou-Trice, combined with the four ladies that we signed earlier in the year, I think it could be one of the best in Wake field hockey history. These girls add incredible talent and technique on the field, but the way they conduct themselves off the field is even more impressive."
Narron, a native of Woodbine, Md., joins the squad as a four year varsity member of the Glenelg High School field hockey team. Named to The Washington Post's first team All-Met in 2003, Narron also played as a forward/midfielder with the Tidewater Tempest and the Futures Regional Team. Also playing at the National Field Hockey Festival, she helped lead her team to the gold medal in both 2002 and 2003. A four year honor roll student, Narron earned the MPSSAA Scholar Athlete Recognition Award and the Glenelg High School Scholar Athlete Achievement Award.
Also joining the squad in the fall will be Gamble, midfielder/back out of Sugarland, Texas. A 2004 National Field Hockey Coaches Association nominee for Regional All-American, Gamble is also a two-time all-conference selection and all-south zone member. The Female Athlete of the Year for Episcopal High School, she also stands out academically, earning the exemplary effort award in anatomy and history.