Since joining the Fire Family, Emily Typrowicz has always brought positivity, hard work and dedication to the field. She has the ability to light up any room with her smile and you can always count on her when you need someone the most. She is a lights out crease attacker and is always looking to set her teammates up for success. Please join us in congratulating Emily on such a huge accomplishment! Here is a quick Q&A with Emily about her recruiting process.
Describe your recruiting process.
With my recruiting process I toured schools and reached out to the ones I was interested in. I focused on the schools that offered the courses I am thinking of taking. I signed up for prospect camps and went to an Endicott one.
What clicked for you with Endicott, why is it a good fit for you?
When I first went to Endicott, I really liked the campus and loved being there. After visiting I researched the school more and loved it. I reached out to Coach Spellman and went to a prospect camp where we had a tour, heard from admissions and players then had a clinic with the coaches and players. I really enjoyed Coach Spellman’s coaching style. I felt at home there.
I want to focus on academics while still playing lacrosse.
How would you describe your work ethic during COVID before and after verbally committing to Endicott?
Even though I was in stay at home mode, I found a way to continue working hard and getting those reps in. After verbally committing I felt even more determined to work hard.
What advice would you give to players who are trying to see the light at the end of the tunnel during this time?
Use this time to figure out what schools work for you and reach out to the coaches.
What is your plan of action to stay on top of your game from now until you step on Endicott’s campus?
I am going to continue to work extra hard and continue to improve my game!