Girls' Lacrosse leaders
Average per game
Rank Name School Total
1 Nora Bowen Woodgrove 134
2 Elizabeth Murphy Centreville 130
3 Ashley Britton Annandale 109
4 Sydney Knego Potomac Falls 94
5 Sheila Rietano Potomac School 93
6 Hannah Kurisky Paul VI Catholic 83
7 Zoe Belodeau St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 81
- Kelsey Curl Potomac Falls 81
8 Laura Crawford Yorktown 79
9 Courtlynne Caskin Potomac School 78
- Emma Vinall W.T. Woodson 78
10 Amy Roche George Mason 73
11 Casey Harkins Poolesville 70
- Annelise Kotz Holton-Arms 70
12 Ellie Carson St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 69
13 Maggie Fowler Georgetown Visitation 68
14 Maddy Ugaz Bullis 67
15 Kelsey Shea Paul VI Catholic 66
- Kate Taylor Holy Cross 66
16 Emma Crooks Langley 64
17 Karson Harris Leonardtown 61
- Sarah Lubnow George Mason 61
- Grace Segreti St. John's 61
18 Jacque Pino Damascus 60
- Anna Pusey St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 60
- Natalie Retaleato Loudoun Valley 60
19 Halle Duenkel Langley 59
- Anna Hofgard Langley 59
20 Maya De Jonge Sidwell Friends 57
- Lizzy Holland Sidwell Friends 57
- Alexandra Kugler Battlefield 57
21 Tori Birks Potomac Falls 56
22 Kendra Keyser Riverside 54
- Sarah Pantaleo Woodgrove 54
23 Logan Dougherty W.T. Woodson 52
- Stephanie Hong Holton-Arms 52
24 Georgia Esmond Glenelg 51
- Janan Gokturk Annandale 51
- Chelsea Kibler Leonardtown 51
- Kate Sites Leonardtown 51
25 Emily Marciano Centreville 50
26 Allison Bass Bullis 49
- Grayson Offut St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 49
- Jordan Stevens Mount Hebron 49
27 Maddie Carr Stone Ridge 48
- Grace McCrery Holy Cross 48
28 Eliza Soutter Potomac School 47
29 Alessandra Pelliccia McLean 46
- Paige Richbourg Centreville 46
30 Rachel Giachinta Riverside 45
Girls Lacrosse in the news

St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes rides balance up and down the lineup to final No. 1 ranking

The Saints proved relentless in attack and defense as they methodically marched to ISL AA and VISAA Division I championships to finish atop the heap in D.C. area girls’ lacrosse.
Mark Giannotto ·
June 13, 2016

Robinson girls' lacrosse completes undefeated season with Virginia 6A championship

The Rams beat W.T. Woodson 13-9 to win their second straight Virginia 6A state championship
June 13, 2016

Robinson tops W.T. Woodson to claim a second straight Va. 6A girls’ lacrosse title

Senior Taylor Caskey scores three goals in one of her best two-way performances as the Rams complete an unbeaten season.
Eric Goldwein ·
June 12, 2016

Goalie’s play powers Potomac Falls to Virginia 5A girls’ lacrosse title

Jennelle Cimbura felt she had cost the team a title a year ago. This time, she held firm against Stone Bridge.
Mark Giannotto ·
June 12, 2016

Nora Bowen sparks Woodgrove to a third straight Virginia 4A girls’ lacrosse crown

The sure-handed Virginia recruit nets five of her seven goals after halftime as the Wolverines push past George Mason to continue their dominance at the state level.
Gabe Hiatt ·
June 12, 2016

All-Mets explain their success

Nick Eilerson sits down with members of Spring All-Met teams to reflect on their seasons.
June 10, 2016

Athletes of the Year sound off

The Spring's Players of the Year share their secrets to success.
June 10, 2016

Nora Bowen powers Woodgrove back to 4A state final

GIRLS’ LACROSSE | Virginia recruit has eight goals to pace the Wolverines past Salem.
Mark Giannotto ·
June 8, 2016

Balance of power in Virginia high school lacrosse is shifting to Loudoun County

One of the nation’s fastest-growing counties is riding elite coaching and emerging youth leagues to unprecedented success at the state tournament level.
Eric Goldwein ·
June 7, 2016

Sydney Knego, Potomac Falls dance to another region title; Stone Bridge boys repeat

LACROSSE | The senior midfielder scored five goals as the Panthers secured their second consecutive Virginia 5A North region championship.
Eric Goldwein ·
June 5, 2016