After receiving and planning for 18 months, is unveiling a field named after slain alumna Yeardley Love.
The turf field will be dedicated on Sept. 9 at 5 p.m., according to a news release from the private Catholic school for girls. The ceremony will include a blessing, readings, music and addresses from school representatives.
"Yeardley was both a stand-out lacrosse player and a stand-out person," said Patricia McCarron, the school's headmistress, in the release. "This field is a beautiful reminder of her dedication as a player, student and member of the NDP community."
The Yeardley Love Field features light and bright blue accents, which were Love's class colors, the release reads. It will be used for field hockey, soccer and lacrosse.
, a Cockeysville native, was found dead in her Charlottesville, VA apartment in May 2010. Her ex-boyfriend George Huguely was earlier this year. He is scheduled for