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

The best high school sports photos of 2015

The most memorable dunks, diving catches, goals, saves, sprints and celebrations from the year that was in D.C., Maryland and Virginia high school sports.
December 31, 2015

The best high school sports photos of 2015

The most memorable dunks, diving catches, goals, saves, sprints and celebrations from the year that was in D.C., Maryland and Virginia high school sports.
January 2, 2016

Prince George’s County adds lacrosse as a varsity sport

After years of grassroots organizing, and a smattering of club play at some schools, the county finally officially joins the fray in one of the nation’s fastest-growing sports.
Mark Giannotto ·
December 7, 2015

Signing Day: Ceremonies from around D.C., Maryland and Virginia

The area’s top high school recruits sign their National Letters of Intent in ceremonies across the region.
November 13, 2015

VHSL Executive Director Ken Tilley to retire after 22 years in role

The longest serving state high school athletic administrator in the country will step aside on June 30, after introducing new sports and programs in Virginia over the last 30 years.
Brandon Parker ·
September 23, 2015

The most memorable stories of the 2014-15 high school sports season

A recap of the most memorable stories from the 2014-15 Washington area high school sports season.
The AllMetSports staff ·
July 16, 2015

Balanced, battle-tested Good Counsel girls' lacrosse finishes with No. 1 ranking

GIRLS' LACROSSE | In a stellar year for the WCAC, the Falcons were the best of the bunch, earning the final No. 1 ranking.
Mark Giannotto ·
High Schools·
June 15, 2015

Lacrosse: Robinson holds off Oakton to claim Virginia 6A state title

Robinson wins state championship with 16-12 victory over Oakton
High Schools·
June 14, 2015

Stone Bridge completes improbable run to Va. 5A girls' lacrosse title

GIRLS' LACROSSE | The Bulldogs top Loudoun rival Potomac Falls, 15-12,as Kendall Fitzgerald scores a team-high five goals.
Joey LoMonaco ·
High Schools·
June 14, 2015

Robinson girls' lacrosse holds off Oakton to finish in style and claim a Va. 6A state title

GIRLS' LACROSSE | The Rams get a second-half scare but fend off Oakton to claim their first state championship since 2003.
Mark Giannotto ·
High Schools·
June 14, 2015