Girls' Lacrosse leaders
Total
Points per game
Goals
Assists
Saves
Groundballs
Rank Name School Total
1 Nora Bowen Woodgrove 107
2 Ashley Britton Annandale 101
Reagan Newell Centreville 96
3 Maggie Jackson Georgetown Visitation 92
4 Ellie Majure St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 88
5 Ellie Carson St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 86
6 Zoe Belodeau St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 85
7 Caroline Wakefield Centreville 81
- Lizzy Schwein Flint Hill 81
8 Elise Koehl McLean 76
9 Addie Zinsner Georgetown Visitation 74
10 Kelly Larkin Bishop Ireton 71
- Hannah Kurisky Paul VI Catholic 71
11 Chelsea Kibler Leonardtown 70
12 Sheila Rietano Potomac School 68
13 Charlotte Sofield Bishop Ireton 67
- Kelly Mathews Bishop Ireton 67
14 Clare Kehoe Potomac School 66
15 Kelli Burns Briar Woods 65
16 Casey Harkins Poolesville 64
- Janan Gokturk Annandale 64
17 Steele Severn School 62
- Emma Leszczak Woodgrove 62
18 Kate Taylor Holy Cross 61
- Jacque Pino Damascus 61
- Mariel Cardenas O'Connell 61
19 Kirsten Swanson Georgetown Visitation 59
20 Abby Oster Tuscarora 58
21 Megan Greatorex South Lakes 57
22 Laura Crawford Yorktown 55
23 Becky Harrington Flint Hill 53
- Shannon Cross O'Connell 53
24 Eva Klaus Severna Park 52
25 Rachel Giachinta Tuscarora 51
26 Isabella Evans-Riester St. Mary's Ryken 50
27 Callie Bonnel Leonardtown 49
28 Katie Sciandra Madison 48
- B Perkins Madeira 48
- Maddie Hartman Stone Ridge 48
- Karson Harris Leonardtown 48
29 Elizabeth Murphy Centreville 47
- Lexy Manos National Cathedral 47
30 Emma Thurman Yorktown 46
31 Kierra Sweeney Madison 45
- Lauren Fox Briar Woods 45
- Hannah Doughty Glenelg 45
32 Marguerite Keane Loudoun Valley 44
- Lexi Bolton Patriot 44
33 Kelsey Shea Paul VI Catholic 43
- Delaney Muldoon Holy Cross 43
Girls' Lacrosse in the news

Washington area girls' lacrosse well-represented on US Lacrosse all-American team

There were 31 girls' lacrosse players from the Washington area honored as part of this year's US Lacrosse all-American team.
Mark Giannotto ·
June 13, 2015

Severna Park girls' lacrosse captures 4A/3A state championship with win over Bel Air

Led by Eva Klaus' four goals and 14 draw controls, the Falcons top the Bobcats 18-15 to win the state title.
High Schools·
May 20, 2015

Marshall alumnae Nicholle Depaz Clinton guides Statesmen's rise in girls' lacrosse

GIRLS' LACROSSE | Marshall is primed for its best finish yet while its coach has been displaced from her home by a flood.
Joey LoMonaco ·
High Schools·
May 11, 2015

Girls' lacrosse: Tuscarora starts 8-0; Glenelg extends streak to 10

GIRLS' LACROSSE | Five years after a winless season in which "no one really took them seriously," the Huskies have beaten Broad Run.
Joey LoMonaco, Mark Giannotto ·
High Schools·
April 23, 2015

Jennifer Staines gets Good Counsel lacrosse charged up in win over Visitation

GIRLS' LACROSSE | Jennifer Staines helps key a second-half surge as the No. 3 Falcons fight past No. 6 Georgetown Visitation.
Mark Giannotto ·
High Schools·
April 13, 2015

Girls' Lacrosse: Westfield takes Virginia 6A state crown

In Sunday's rematch of the Virginia 6A North regional title game, the Bulldogs hold on to top Oakton, 13-11.
High Schools·
June 16, 2014

Girls' Lacrosse: Woodgrove cruises to Virginia 5A championship

The Wolverines defeat Loudoun Valley, 15-1 in Sunday's Virginia 5A championship game at Lake Braddock High School.
High Schools·
June 15, 2014

Girls' Lacrosse: Severna Park advances to 4A final

The Falcons cruised past Whitman, 17-2, in Friday's Maryland 4A/3A semifinal game at Northeast High School.
High Schools·
May 17, 2014

Lacrosse: Severna Park girls, South River boys win

Led by Eva Klaus' seven goals, Falcons girls win, 11-9, while Seahawks boys clamp down for a 5-4 win over the Falcons Friday afternoon.
High Schools·
April 5, 2014

Woodgrove's Bowen commits to U-Va.

Woodgrove rising sophomore Nora Bowen has already accepted a scholarship offer from Virginia's women's lacrosse program.
Louis Nelson ·
July 5, 2013