Emily Clorite is a player for all positions.
And all ages.
And all seasons.
A veteran leader on a young Choate Rosemary Hall team, she’s had a large role in dismissing any notion of this being a rebuilding year in Wallingford, Conn.
The Yale-bound senior has slotted in as striker and is a big reason the team stood 9-1-2 in late October, with impressive road wins over Loomis Chaffee, Worcester Academy and Phillips Andover, three of the preseason favorites in Class A.
“Ever since I was little, I’ve been moved around a lot,” she said. “Last year, we were short some center midfielders, so I played there. This year, I play up top. I’ve kind of been everywhere.”