2015 Counselors.

Cara Esposito

Cara grew up in Syracuse, NY where she graduated Fayetteville-Manlius High School in 2013. While attending, Cara played four years of Varsity lacrosse where she tallied 72 goals and 47 assists as well as being named captain her senior year. Cara received All-League awards all four years being first team in 2013, second team in 2012 and honorable mention in her 2011 and 2010 seasons. Cara was also a three time scholar athlete and was named the 2012-2013 Co-Most Valuable Player. She was given the David Volles Memorial Award in 2013. Cara played field hockey at F-M as well. Following high school, Cara went on to play at Colgate University in Hamilton, NY where she is currently a rising junior.

Zoe Ferguson

Zoe grew up playing lacrosse and running track in Ridgewood, New Jersey, where she went on to play four years of varsity lacrosse for nationally-ranked Ridgewood High School. While winning two state championships and four county championships, Zoe received multiple first-team all county, all-league, and all-state awards as a goalkeeper for the Maroons. Following high school, Zoe took a post-graduate year at The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, were she was honored with all-MAPL, all-state, and MVP honors.

Zoe is now a rising sophomore at Trinity College in Hartford, CT, where she held the starting spot in cage for the Bantams as a freshmen. Trinity went 21-2 while becoming NESCAC champions and making a trip to the 2015 Final 4 in Philadelphia with an appearance in the national championship game. Zoe ended her inaugural season with the highest save percentage in the NESCAC and the 3rd highest save percentage in Division III, while being the only freshman lacrosse player to be recognized with Bantam of the Week honors in the spring of 2015.

An avid surfer, crossfitter, and lifelong Nantucket summer resident, Zoe was a counselor for Murray Camp of Nantucket for 5 summers, and is a coach for the Tri-State Lacrosse Club based out of New Jersey. She also coaches for the position-specific Goal Guardians program, with a love for teaching young players about the rewards of being part of a defensive unit.

Jena Fritts

Jena Fritts is a Darien, Connecticut native. She attended Greenwich Academy up until ninth grade in which she transferred to Darien High School where she continued to play lacrosse and squash. Jena attended and graduated from Darien High School in 2013. While being the captain of the lacrosse team, she was awarded State and League titles her senior year. She was named MVP of the FCIAC lacrosse championship game both her junior and senior years. She won honors ranging from state, league and All-American levels. Along with lacrosse she participated in the squash team at Darien High School. She was Captain of the squash team her junior and senior years of high school while also being named MVP of the team sophomore and junior years.

Jena has completed her second season as a Golden Bear at the University of California at Berkeley on the Division 1 Women’s lacrosse team. Playing in all 16 games this season Jena contributed to the attacking end of the field. She will spend part of her summer traveling through Europe with her family. After that she and her sister will be studying at the London School of Economics before she heads to Nantucket for the remainder of the summer. Jena is extremely thrilled to be a part of the FogLax team again this summer!

Jon Levine

Jon Levine is a native of Ridgewood, New Jersey. He began playing lacrosse and goalie at the age of eight. Jon played youth lacrosse in Ridgewood during the spring and played club lacrosse for Tri-State Lacrosse in the summer. Jon spent his freshman year at Ridgewood High School before transferring to The Hun School of Princeton. In 2015, he was a part of the team’s breakout (19-1) season that earned the Raiders final Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour ranking of number four in the country. He has garnered many personal, along with team accolades, in his first two seasons at The Hun School, including First Team All State and First Team Prep A. Jon returns for his senior season as a two-year starter in goal and as a team captain. In the offseason, Jon works as a goalie coach with the Princeton Lacrosse Club. He has committed to the admissions process at Princeton University.

Sam Montgomery

“My name is Sam Montgomery and I am from a small town called Cohasset, located on the south shore of Massachusetts. This is my family’s first time staying on the island of Nantucket for the whole summer. I am 15 years old and this upcoming fall I will be entering my sophomore year at the Noble and Greenough School in Dedham. During my freshman year I was part of both the varsity football and lacrosse teams. Year round I play for the Laxchusetts Lacrosse Club in the 2018 class. I have two older siblings, a brother who goes to Vanderbilt University and a sister who will be attending Tulane University in the fall. Lacrosse is a real passion of mine and I look to pursue playing it at the college level.”

Reilly Walsh

Reilly Walsh lives in Bronxville, New York. He is a rising senior at the Brunswick School in Greenwich, CT where he plays lacrosse and football.

Reilly is verbally committed to play lacrosse at Duke University. He was voted the #2 rising high school junior by Inside Lacrosse Magazine in 2014 and played on the 2014 New England Under Armour Underclassman games where he received All- Tournament honors. A starting midfielder at Brunswick, Reilly led his team in goals in 2014 and to its first NE West co-championship title. He also received All-League NE West honors. Inside Lacrosse Magazine chose him as player of the week in 2014 and again in 2015.

Reilly has spent many summers in Nantucket with his parents, three older brothers and younger sister.

Cassie Warwick

“I just finished my Junior season at Milton Academy and live in Hingham, Massachusetts. I have played attack for the Milton Academy Varsity girls Lacrosse team for three years and have been among the top scorers each year. Outside of school, I play on the Mass Elite Red team. Last summer my sister and I started a girls lacrosse camp in Hingham called M&C Lax. We ran three, one week sessions. My other hobbies include Community Service, Tennis, Skiing and Field Hockey.”

1 Comment

  1. Ridgewood can
    January 6, 2016 at 12:57 am · Reply

    Such an inspiration!

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