Holly Middleton has been a captain on the lacrosse team for the past three years. She loves the game and helps with communication and social media whenever she can. Before she was a Royal, she was a member of the St. Juliana Falconieri family. She plays club soccer for the SoCal Express team. She has been awarded academic honors and has also been a Scholar Athlete.
Her decision to play for Regis University in Denver was made recently, and she signed her paperwork at a celebration with her team and family on April 17th.
Holly credits her Rosary experience with teaching her to be both a leader, and a better athlete.
Regis University is located in the Mile High City with the unmatched backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, but Colorado’s vibrancy is just one of the many reasons students are drawn to Regis.
Regis aims to develop students as a whole person. Students from all faith backgrounds are bonded together by the common purpose of building a better society and are shaped by Jesuit, Catholic traditions, which emphasize the importance of critical thinking, having a global perspective and standing up for those who do not have a voice.
Their mascot is Roamin' the Ranger.