Springville-GI graduate Brittany Adamczyk to play lacrosse at Edinboro
SPRINGVILLE –– Brittany Adamczyk began playing lacrosse at Springville-Griffith Middle School in the seventh grade and will have the opportunity to continue playing the sport at Edinboro University in Pennsylvania.
Adamczyk said that one of her greatest memories, throughout her years playing lacrosse, was “winning her first game as a Griffin.” She said her senior year was memorable because it included the “most games the team ever won in a season.” She added that her teammates were very close with each other, throughout the season.
Although Adamczyk has played both defense and attack throughout her years in the game, she will be playing defense at Edinboro.
Adamczyk also played basketball while attending S-GI and said that the sport helped her to improve her agility, stamina and endurance.
While playing basketball for the Griffins, she received an honorable mention as an Erie County Interscholastic Conference Division Three all-star and also received the Division Three Sportsmanship of the Year Award. Adamczyk concluded her career as a basketball player with 275 points and was the third leading scorer on her team, during her senior season.
Adamczyk credited lacrosse Coach Robbynn Robnett in “helping me be the best I can,” while the student played lacrosse. She explained that Robnett did a “good job helping everyone on the team work together.”
Before going to Edinboro to play lacrosse, Adamcyzk will first be going into the Army Reserves. After beginning her career the military, she said she plans to study criminal justice at Edinboro. Eventually, she said that she hopes to be an air marshal and “would love to fly around the world.”
As far as her lacrosse future goes, Adamczyk said, “I love playing the game. Time will only tell.”