LANCASTER, Pa. -- Seven RUSH players were selected as invitees to the 2015 AAU Junior Olympics, with two players earning additional selection to the Under-21 Junior National Camp, according to USA Field Hockey.

RUSH's Brynn Zorilla eliminates a defender at the 2015 U-16 National Futures Championship in June at the Spooky Nook in Lancaster, PA.

RUSH's Brynn Zorilla eliminates a defender inside the Spooky Nook at the 2015 U-16 National Futures Championship held in June. Photo Credit: Mark Palczewski

RUSH's Ally Bailey, Summer Borsack, Kathryn Peterson, Megan Rodgers, Meghan Schneider, Madison Theodore and Brynn Zorilla are among the top 130 under-16 field hockey players in the country selected to compete at the Junior Olympic Games to be held Aug. 4-8 in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Athletes' selections were based on their performances at USA Field Hockey's annual National Futures Championship hosted June 23-July 2 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.  The AAU Junior Olympic Games are the largest national multi-sport event in the U.S., according to the organization website, with 16,000 participants in more than 20 sports.

RUSH's Megan Rodgers and Brynn Zorilla earned additional selection to USA Field Hockey's premier Under-21 Junior National Camp. The event is comprised of the top 110 athletes selected from the total 680 field hockey players who attended this year's Young Women's National Championship, National Futures Championship and Futures Elite Championship.

Megan and Brynn, both under-16 athletes, will take part in the camp July 5-8 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania with the opportunity to be selected to USA Field Hockey's Under-17, Under-19 and Under-21 Junior National Teams.

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