Paige Diminick

Paige Diminick is a senior at Saint Joseph’s University where she played attack for the Hawks her first two years. As a freshman she played in six games, and in three as a sophomore as she had missed the majority of the season due to a broken foot. She left the lacrosse team her junior year in order to participate in an internship with the European Union in Brussels, Belgium. Prior to college, Paige was a 2017 graduate of Hempfield High School where she won eight varsity letters in lacrosse and basketball, being a team captain for both sports her senior year. She made Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star First Team and PennLive Girls’ Lacrosse All-Star Team in her sophomore-senior seasons. Furthermore in her senior year she was named Lancaster-Lebanon League’s Most Valuable Attacker, and was named a US Lacrosse All-American and All-Academic. In her senior season of basketball, Paige broke both the girls and boys PIAA record for most 3 pointers made in a half, ranking her fifth in the nation at the time. Despite not having played for Phantastix, Paige has been coached by Coach Ovchinnikoff in the past, and is excited to get the opportunity to be mentored by her.