Undergraduate: Shephard University Francis Marion University
Lauren has been a member of Academy One since her junior year of high school. She is also the younger sister of Academy One Class of 2005 member Jessica Vetock. Lauren had a successful high school career at the Institute of Notre Dame in Baltimore. She was the team's three year starter once her older sister graduated. She earned All-County honors in leading the IND team to the conference semi-finals in her senior year. Lauren showing what an excellent athlete she was in high school was also named All-County in softball. As a club player, Lauren played in the top division of the best girls league in the nation with her Laurel Wildcats’ team. After high school, Lauren accepted a scholarship to NCAA Division II Shepherd University in West Virginia. Lauren was the starter for Shepherd from the beginning of her college life. After two years at Shepherd, Lauren decided to transfer to NCAA Division I Francis Marion University in South Carolina. Lauren chose the challenge of moving up to Division I soccer and she shared starting time in her first year at her new school. After an intense summer of training, Lauren took over as the starter for the Francis Marion team. She played every minute of every game and was one of the leaders of her team. After the season, Lauren finished her education degree and started teaching, but she still pressed on with her soccer life. Lauren played women's professional soccer for several years for the Virginia Beach Piranhas in the W-League. She earned multiple All-Conference honors and even earned Goalkeeper of the Year Award and Player of the Year finalist. Lauren is an excellent coach and an excellent coach of goalkeepers. She lives in the Annapolis area of Maryland where she teaches school.