Solecki will play lacrosse for the Falcons team at Bentley that finished 12-3 this spring, which included an invitation to the NCAA championship tournament.
“I chose Bentley for the home like feeling I got when I first stepped on campus and how welcoming the team was to me when I went on my visit. Their academic side of things stood out a lot to me as well because I knew I wanted a good four-year education and Bentley offered everything I needed to succeed,” stated Solecki, “I’m so excited to meet new people from all over and get the chance to create a sisterlike bond with new teammates, just like I did in high school.”
Solecki leaves GHS after four fantastic years, both athletically and academically. She was multiple-time All-Conference selections in lacrosse, scoring 33 goals and dishing out 16 assists as the Guardians won their 13th straight division title this past spring. She also ran cross country as a junior and was part of the indoor track team as a sophomore. Off the field, she earned All-Athletic honors and was on the honor roll every quarter at GHS, as well as being involved with her church outside of school.
Solecki, who was born and raised in Glastonbury, is excited but will miss certain things about her hometown, “I’ll definitely miss living five minutes away from my best friends, knowing all of the coaching staff and faculty, and all the sporting events and state championship games as well.”
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