Hillary Framson started playing soccer at age 5 for Sachem Youth Soccer League. She soon fell in love with the sport and once she reached 3rd grade, was playing for both Sachem Youth Soccer League and Hauppauge Youth Soccer League, as well as doing competition dance classes at TJE. When it came time to begin travel soccer, Hillary went to play for the Hauppauge Ruffians, and quit dancing in order to focus her time on soccer. Her time on Hauppauge was short lived, because after the first year, she and others left and formed the Lake Grove Blue Storm which she remained on for 8 years after that.
She played on the Suffolk Maccabi team from 2003 to 2006 and traveled to Houston, Boston, St. Paul and Vancouver winning a bronze and a silver medal. For the last two years of Maccabi she was also captain and had her younger sister as her teammate.
In terms of school sports, Hillary was on a different team each season. Fall meant Soccer, winter was reserved for Winter Track and Field and the spring was for Lacrosse. She was a three-year varsity member, captain, scholar athlete and an All-Conference Defender in soccer. For Winter Track she was also captain, three-year varsity member, scholar athlete, and qualified for meets such as Brown University Invitational, League Championships, County Championship and State Qualifiers. In Lacrosse she is a two-year varsity member and a scholar athlete.
She loves her sports very much but outside of sports she is a member of the National Honor Society a member of the National Society of High School Scholars, is very involved in volunteering for great causes, and is captain for Relay for Life, which is a volunteer organization dedicated to eliminating cancer in our lifetime. She is also president of the French Club and a member in several other school clubs.
Hillary has always had a love for animals and her desire is to become a veterinarian. She is currently undecided on where she plans to go in the fall for college.