United States High School Lacrosse Female Players of the Week

United States High School Lacrosse Female Players of the Week

Wantagh (NY) junior Eva Ingrilli helped spark a win from behind against rivals North Shore (NY) by scoring the game-winning goal with 16 seconds left in regular time and then won control of the toss that followed to seal the victory.

The USA Women’s Lacrosse Players of the Week recognize the most outstanding individual performances in high school girls’ lacrosse in each of the five regions – Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, Mid-West and West – featured in our high school coverage.


Eva Ingrilli, Wantagh (NY)

If Eva Ingrilli proved anything at the start of her junior season, it’s that the Wantagh offense has a flair for drama. North Carolina’s commitment helped spark a victory from behind against rivals North Shore (NY) by scoring the game-winning goal with 16 seconds left in regulation time, then winning control of the ensuing coin toss to seal the victory.

Ingrilli, who also had two goals and two assists in a 17-9 win over Syosset (NY) to open the season, had three goals and an assist in the win. A year ago, Ingrilli had 31 goals, 27 assists, 14 turnovers and 18 rushes as a sophomore. “She took over this game at all ends of the field. She caused big turnovers on the defensive end, won draw checks and scored important goals, including the match-winner,” said Wantagh manager Robyn Rooney. “A real player, she refuses to quit and does whatever the team needs to be successful at all times.”

Also note: Carlie Desimone, Baldwinsville (New York); Lea Flobeck, Mt. Sinai (New York); Emma Kelly, Eastchester (New York); Kaylie Mackiewicz, Northport (New York); Julia O’Connor, Skaneateles (New York); Nicole Panny, Mahopec (New York)

—Dylan Butler


Kori Edmondson, McDonogh (MD)

Kori Edmondson won the offense for McDonogh (Md.) in a battle of undefeated. The senior midfielder – rated the best player in her category by Inside Lacrosse – scored five goals and assisted another as the Eagles edged away Archbishop Spalding (Md.) 16-8. For the week, she had a total of nine goals, one assist, four draws, one turnover caused and four ground runs between the win over Spalding and an 11-7 win over St. Mary’s (Md.) earlier. Edmondson is coming off a season in which she finished with 68 goals and 21 assists in 16 games, and her play at both ends has kept McDonogh unbeaten in six games.

Also note: Ava Bleckley, Archbishop Carroll (Pennsylvania); Emma Dengler, Moorestown (NJ); Lindsey Devir, Ridgewood (NJ); Cailin Hetrick, C. Milton Wright (MD); Sydney Richter, Episcopal (Pennsylvania); JJ Suriano, Bryn Mawr (MD)

—Justin Feil


Lauren Render, Hillgrove, Ga.

The Virginia Tech rookie got off to a flying start with 54 goals and nine assists. Last week, leading Hillgrove to a four-game winning week, the senior striker scored 19 goals and added four assists, 12 ground balls and 10 turnovers. Render scored five goals and was 88 percent with draw checks to help Hillgrove in a win over Blessed Trinity (Ga.).

Also note: Marina Dean, Bartram Trail (Florida); Taylor LaPointe, Steinbrenner (Florida); Maeve Simond, Milton, Ga.

—Justin Boggs


Sophie Mock, Carmel (Ind.)

The Greyhounds rookie was one of the main reasons his team was able to comfortably win their state title rematch against Hamilton Southeastern. Mock finished the game with six goals, four ground balls and three draw checks and now has double-digit goals (17), ground balls (10) and draw checks (10) on the season as Carmel exploded to a 6-0 start.

Also note: Camryn Callaghan, Upper Arlington, Ohio; Maeve Dwyer, Loyola Academy (Illinois); Adrienne Leone, Loyola Academy (Illinois); Hollis Rang, Carmel (Ind.)

—Jonas Rosenblum


Eliza Osburn, Valor Christian (Col.)

The second scored three goals and finished with five on the ground as the Eagles cruised to a 10-9 victory over Fairview (Colo.) last week. She has 17 goals, one assist, 26 ground balls and five turnovers in five games.

Also note: Anna Colpack, Colorado Academy (Col.); Reagan Digby, Valor Christian (Col.); Sophia Laubner, Newbury Park (California); Maddie McHenry, Park City, Utah; Elena Torres, Foothill-Santa Ana, Calif.

—Laurel Pfahler

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