DiLoreto Commits to Endicott

Diloreto exemplifies what hard work and sacrifice lead to with her commitment to Endicott



“You only get one chance to be recruited, and playing a collegiate sport at any level is a huge accomplishment that I’m really proud of,” said senior Kaitlyn DiLoreto.
DiLoreto, who plays defense, recently committed to play lacrosse at Endicott College. She said she is “so happy, relieved, and excited,” with her commitment.
So far, her lacrosse career at ELHS has been successful. Her team won the division one ECC championship her sophomore and junior years. She was also All-ECC and 2nd team All-State her junior year.
She has been playing lacrosse since she was in fifth grade after some friends and coaches encouraged her to join.
In seventh grade, DiLoreto joined a club team called the Shoreline Sharks. She said that this travel team was beating teams from Seattle to Boston. This experience helped expose her to many different college coaches.
The Endicott women’s lacrosse team, which is in the Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC), is a very successful organization. DiLoreto called Endicott a “competitive division three powerhouse” that competes for titles year after year. With the support of her coaches and family, DiLoreto knew Endicott was the right fit for her.
“My parents have always been my biggest supporters. Never missing a game, they helped and guided me through the recruitment process which was completely foreign to all of us and, at times, very frustrating,” said DiLoreto.
Through DiLoreto’s lacrosse journey, her parents were there to help make highlight reels, drive her to many prospect days and overall helped her find her future at Endicott.
One main reason she likes Endicott is because of how close the school is to Salem, Massachusetts and Boston. Endicott is 10 minutes away from Salem and a 20 minute T-ride (Boston Subway) to Boston. The campus provides convenience, the opportunity to play the sport she loves, and academics that will lead her to success.
“My long term goal is law school and plan on studying business, criminal justice or psychology to get there,” said DiLoreto. Endicott offers a four-year internship program, which she hopes will help her in her new work field with real world experience.
According to DiLoreto’s EL lacrosse coach Phillip Schneider, she is known for her positivity.
“She can sometimes be heard laughing as she is running down the field. This shows a pure love for the game,” said
coach Schneider.
With DiLoreto’s positivity and dedication for lacrosse, she is sure to be a defensive threat at Endicott College.