ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS

Kaleigh Henry
Kaleigh Henry
Year: Senior
Hometown: Longwood, Fla.
High School: Lake Brantley
Major: Psychology
House Affiliation: Leverett

2014-15 (Senior)
Regular starter at the outside center position and a team co-captain … Found the end zone against Yale (Sep. 20) and Princeton (Nov. 2) ... Competed with the Black team at the Frostbite 7’s tournament, helping the team score victories over the Harvard Crimson team and MIT (March 7) … Competed with the Black team and the Crimson team at the Crimson 7’s tournament, leading the Crimson team to the championship game against perennial national champions Norwich (March 28) … Competed at the Sorenson Cup, helping Harvard score a 12-12 draw against hosts Brown (April 11) … Competed at the ARCA 7’s Championship, helping the Crimson defeat Navy and make it to the semifinal round (May 2-3).

Before Harvard
Starting midfielder on the lacrosse team for four years … Also played soccer at Lake Brantley … All-metro and all-conference selection as a junior and senior in lacrosse … Named Lake Brantley team MVP and best midfielder … Academic all-conference selection in 2010 and 2011 … Winner of the Patriot pride award for making a significant contribution to the athletic department … Selected to Team Florida U15 in 2007 … Unsung hero award winner for lacrosse in 2009 … Led varsity lacrosse team to four state tournament appearances and runner-up finishes in 2009 and 2010 … Member of Psi Eta science, National Honor societies … Principal’s award and citizenship award winner … National merit commended scholar … Secretary of the STAND club as a senior … Member of the Republican club … Academic All-American in 2011 ... Played varsity lacrosse for Harvard before delving into rugby ...  ... Volunteered in Tanzania teaching HIV/AIDS prevention and awareness ... Father, Christopher Henry, played football at Missouri Western ... Mother, Sara Henry, played volleyball for Saint Mary's (now called the University of St. Mary) ... Grandfather, Jim Weixelman, played football for Kansas State University. 

ACADEMIC INTEGRATION & COMPETITIVE EXCELLENCE

IN DIVISION I ATHLETICS