George C. Marshall High School senior Meredith Crizer signed a National Letter of Intent earlier this spring to play Division 1 lacrosse in the CAA under Coach Brooke Ireland at The College of William & Mary.
Crizer is the fourth girl on the team to sign an NLI. Three Marshall girl lacrosse players have chosen to pursue D-1 girls lacrosse; the fourth, Katherine Van Winkle, will be a D-1 diver at the University of Southern California.
In addition to lacrosse, Crizer is the only female in the school to have lettered in co-ed golf.
She has four varsity letters in lacrosse; most recently she received first team all Liberty District honors and second team all region nods.
Crizer has made the Liberty District all-tournament team for the second consecutive year and was the recipient of Marshall High School Most Valuable Defender in 2011. She made served on the U.S Lacrosse Women’s Division National Tournament Team – DC Metro, and was named an Academic All-American by U.S. Lacrosse in 2011 and 2012.
Crizer is ranked No. 2 in the all-time program leader board for most career saves with 384 saves to her name. She is ranked first for most saves in a single game with 20, holds the record for most shutouts with three, is fourth-ranked for caused turnovers, and sixth on the ground balls.