The Fort Lewis College women’s lacrosse team added speed and versatility with two recent signings as the Skyhawks look to vault to the top of the Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association next season.
Durango High School product Siena Gumbiner and Colorado Springs prospect Jozi Campbell have committed to play for the Skyhawks next season.
Gumbiner is a speedy 4-9 attack and started all four years for the Demons, helping lead them to their first-ever Mountain League title and postseason appearance this year. Gumbiner was second on the team this year with 21 goals.
“Siena is a speedy, athletic and hardworking lacrosse player,” FLC head coach Kelsey MacDonald said in a news release.
Campbell played her high school lacrosse for Palmer High School, scoring 26 goals as a senior. She attends Coronado High School but played for Palmer because Coronado doesn’t field a team. She was an honorable mention selection on the All-Southern League and Colorado Springs Gazette All-Area teams as a midfielder and attack.
“We are very excited to have her join our program, and we think she will be a great addition to the team on both ends of the field,” MacDonald said. “She is a versatile player who can play either offense or defense.”
The duo joins Durango product Alyssa Spencer, Ellie Carpenter, Janzen Vertner, Marissa DiCecco, Katlyne Duffey, Sara McMahon and Carly Smoke in the current recruiting class.