|Hometown:||New York, N.Y.|
|High School:||Phillips Andover|
2013 (Junior): Appeared in all 15 games, starting 12.
2012 (Sophomore): Appeared in 14 games, starting all 14 ... Earned team's Most Improved Player award.
2011 (Freshman): Appeared in one game.
High School: Earned Abbot Athletic Award, given annually to a female who has excelled in varsity sports and whose loyalty and good sportsmanship exemplify the highest ideals of Andover athletics … Captain of lacrosse team as a senior ... Co-captain of the soccer team as a senior … Soccer team was NEPSAC champions in 2007 and 2009 … Also played ice hockey … Earned Sumner Smith Ice Hockey Award, given to a hockey player in good scholastic standing who has contributed the most to the sport and the school through sportsmanship, endeavor and ability … Participated in ARC Community Service for three years at Andover, spending time with mentally handicapped people … Tutored younger Andover students in French … Was elected a student representative for the Andover Disciplinary Committee.
Club Team: Granite State Elite
Notes: Tutors inmates in the Prison Education Project at Cheshire (Conn.) Correctional Facility ... Develops scripts as part of Student Leadership Forum program at Off-Broadway Second Stage Theatre ... Working in planning department of designer Tory Burch in New York for summer of 2012 ... Volunteered with mentally ill patients at the Fountain House organization in summer of 2009 … Brother Stephen Sherrill, Jr. is a 2009 Yale graduate … Father, Stephen Sherrill ’75, played golf, lacrosse and squash at Yale … Brother Will Sherrill played basketball at Virginia … Mother, Kitty Sherrill, is a 1979 Harvard graduate.
Why Yale... “As soon as I stepped onto the campus, I loved Yale. I sensed a great balance between the opportunities Yale has academically and athletically. I cannot wait to play for the outstanding coaches, who I know will push me to become a better lacrosse player as well as motivate me to grow as a person.”