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Dec. 22, 2011
Hometown: Westminster, Md.
High School: Winters Mill
Club Team: Check-Hers Elite
Madison Cyr will join her sister, Mackenzie, at Penn State in 2012, giving the Nittany Lions a third set of sisters on the roster. Cyr is a standout attacking player for Winters Mill High School in her hometown of Westminster, Md. In 2011, she scored 55 goals and notched 21 assists, earning first team all-county and all-conference accolades in addition to US Lacrosse honorable mention recognition, as the Falcons went 15-3. In her sophomore season, Cyr helped WHS capture county, conference, and regional titles en route to a state championship.
In ESPN's 2011 top high school girls rankings, Cyr was rated as the No. 22 attacker in the nation and as the No. 80 player overall.
A member of the Check-Hers Elite club, Cyr won a US Lacrosse U-15 National Championship in 2009, earning all-tournament honors. She also played on the Maximum Exposure All-Star team.
Madison Bethany Cyr was born on October 18, 1994 in Bethesda, Md. to parents Gregory and Kathie...Has two sisters, Kayla and Mackenzie, that also attend Penn State...Mackenzie is a sophomore attacker on the women's lacrosse team...Plans to major is hospitality with an eye towards becoming a wedding planner...Chose Penn State because "I loved the people, the school size, the school spirit, and the team."
Missy Doherty on Cyr
"Madison has tremendous attacking ability and great vision of the field. She continues to get better and better every time we see her play and we are looking forward to her coming to Happy Valley and being a significant contributor at the offensive end."
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