Eliza Fantazzi Signs National Letter of Intent for Moravian University

Kennett High School Senior Eliza Fantazzi has signed her National Letter of Intent to play Division III lacrosse at Moravian University.

Eliza (sitting, middle) was surrounded by her parents Christie and Rocco Fantazzi, as well as (standing from left) Assistant Principal Mr. Jeff Thomas, Coach Carrie Killgore, Head Coach Dale Watkins, and athletic director Mr. Sean Harvey.

A dedicated and hardworking player, Eliza has played lacrosse for seven years at Kennett Middle School, Kennett High School, and with the Brandywine Majors Lacrosse Club. She also played field hockey at Kennett High School for four years.

For Eliza, the best part of playing for Kennett High School was building relationships with her teammates and having supportive coaches in both field hockey and lacrosse.

Eliza’s high school achievements include the Blue Demon and Coaches’ Award for field hockey, along with being on the Distinguished Honor Roll.

Along with playing lacrosse, Eliza also coaches the Blue Demons lacrosse team and the Belles, a travelling lacrosse team. She also participates in the Big Sister Little Sister club and is a member of the Allied Health program.

Eliza intends to study nursing.

“I’m excited to play for Moravian,” Eliza says. “I really appreciate all that my coaches have done for me throughout my high school career.”

Congratulations, Eliza!