DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke field hockey program and head coach Pam Bustin announced Monday the addition of five new Blue Devils for the 2019 recruiting class.
The group of signees includes Mary Harkins, Hannah Miller and Kelsey Reznick of Pennsylvania, Josie Varney of Maine and Charlotte Johnson of New York.
“The Duke field hockey program is extremely excited and proud to announce the newest members of our Duke True family,” Bustin said. “Individually, each student-athlete brings her own uniqueness to the field and to our team culture. Together they share the love for the game and the will to win. The talent and experience within this group is impressive. The future for Duke field hockey continues to shine bright and we cannot wait to get playing!”
Harkins, a back/midfielder, and Miller, a midfielder/forward, both attend Villa Maria Academy in Malvern, Pa., and are members of the WC Eagles club program. Reznick will join the Duke midfield out of Wyoming Seminary in Kingston, Pa., and plays for the XCalibur club team. Also a midfielder, Varney will come to Durham from St. Paul’s School in New Hampshire, where she is also a member of the North East Elite club program. Johnson hails from New York, where she is a goalkeeper at Pierson and for the East End club team.