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Vogl announces commitment to Monmouth

Cazenovia High School senior Jillian Vogl, front center, is flanked by her mother Laura and father Pat during her NCAA Division I letter of intent signing ceremony Feb. 3 at the high school. In back stand varsity field hockey assistant coach Beth Stewart, left, Andrew Vogl and varsity field hockey head coach Lorriane Scheftic.

Cazenovia High School senior Jillian Vogl, front center, is flanked by her mother Laura and father Pat during her NCAA Division I letter of intent signing ceremony Feb. 3 at the high school. In back stand varsity field hockey assistant coach Beth Stewart, left, Andrew Vogl and varsity field hockey head coach Lorriane Scheftic. Photo by Pierce Smith.

— On Friday, Feb. 3, yet another student-athlete from Cazenovia High School declared her intention to play NCAA Division I sports.

Jillian Vogl, a member of the two-time state-champion field hockey team and senior member of both indoor and outdoor track squads, signed a letter of intent to attend Monmouth University. She will study business and play for the Hawks on the women’s field hockey team.

“The team and the coach are easy to talk to, really nice, and it’s just a great atmosphere. But I don’t know about starting,” Vogl joked. “It’s going to be a lot of hard work, and there will be girls that were in my position three years ago. So I’ll just be working my way up the totem pole.”

During the team’s first New York State Class C Championship match against Pierson-Bridgehampton in the 2010-11 season, Vogl’s single goal decided the contest and brought the title to Cazenovia for the first time.

In the most recent game against the Greenwich Witches on Nov. 20, Vogl scored the two points for the Lakers that would allow an extra period. The match was won by Emmajean Speer’s overtime goal.

“Winning two state championships back-to-back was incredible,” Vogl said. “It will be exciting to meet new people and be somewhere different, but I’ll definitely miss [Cazenovia].”

Dozens of Vogl’s friends, classmates, teammates and teachers attended the letter-signing, as well as district administrators. Vogl is the fifth senior to declare her athletic college intentions this year, and the third to sign a letter for an NCAA Division I program.

Coach Lorraine Scheftic was happy for Vogl, having coached her to two consecutive state championships. Vogl logged a total of 20 goals and 18 assists during the 2011-12 season, helping the team finish with a record of 21-1 and a state title.

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