Royal Lanie Adamsen has chosen her college home. She will play softball and matriculate at Marymount California University. A beautiful campus, close to home and with no snow!
Lanie came to Rosary Academy from St. Joseph's School in Placentia. She was immediately an asset to the softball team, pitching for the varsity team as a freshman. She was chosen to receive the Most Improved Player Award in 2017. She has said that the most important lessons learned playing softball all involve attitude and effort.
Head softball coach Tom Tice stated that "No one has worked harder to become an exceptional student athlete than Lanie. Her college commitment is another amazing step on a tremendous journey."
Congratulations to Lanie and to her family, as well. Her signing day ceremony will be held on November 30th, along with Chayse Gomez. The Rosary community wishes her nothing but the best in her college adventures.
Marymount California University challenges students of all backgrounds and ages to pursue lives of leadership and service. With its Oceanview and Waterfront campuses, the University offers a distinctive range of experiences along the Los Angeles County coastline in Palos Verdes and in downtown San Pedro.
The spirit of its founding order, the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, guides the University to cultivate integrity, respect for human dignity and commitment to justice as a Catholic institution.
Action photos courtesy of Daniel Wiercioch