Rollins started all 18 games for Longwood
BRATTLEBORO >> Maddie Rollins, who was a three-sport star at Brattleboro Union High School, started all 18 games for the Longwood University women's lacrosse team in 2016.
The junior defender led the Lancers with 51 ground balls, ranked second on her team with 26 caused turnovers, and also had a handful of draw controls. She was named Big South Defensive Player of the Week during her sophomore season and finished with seven ground balls as a freshman.
The daughter of Phil Rollins and Eve Gregory is majoring in exercise science at the Division 1 school in Farmville, Va.
Rollins played four years of varsity lacrosse at BUHS and was a two-time All State Division 1 First Team selection. She was also a two-time Marble Valley League First Team selection for soccer and a two-time Second Team All State Division 2 honoree for ice hockey.
"Mad Dog" helped the Lancers to an 8-10 record this year, ending with a 14-5 loss to Campbell University in a Big South Tournament game. During the regular season, Longwood took on the likes of Navy, California, and George Mason.
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