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April 29, 2016 — Friday Statwatch for games played through April 27

Hi, all. Back again with Friday Statwatch, where we try to make sense of the numbers that permeate the girls’ lacrosse universe.

The domestic season has about seven more weeks to go, and it’s notable that only one player (that we know of) has broken the 100-goal mark this season. And that player, junior attacking midfielder Jordan Shugrue, is from a tiny Roman Catholic school that just happens to be a part of the best girls’ lacrosse conference in the United States. We’ll have a story on this later this season.

Statwatch reflects games through the end of play the previous Wednesday. I encourage coaches and team managers to enter their information in the easy-to-use platform, and we encourage you to get your fellow teams in your league or state high school association to enter their information there as well. We’re aiming to have as complete a statistical picture of the country as possible.

Here’s what we’ve compiled thus far, thanks to, amongst others,, Advance Media, The Harrisburg Patriot-News, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch,, the Denver Post, and The Washington Post:

108 Jordan Shugrue, Laurel St. Vincent Pallotti (Md.)
97 Emma Pizzo, Charleston Bishop England (S.C.)
94 Nicole Hunt, Greensboro Southeast Guilford (N.C.)
90 Jessie Wohner, Virginia Beach Bishop Sullivan Catholic (Va.)
89 Journey Fishbeck, San Juan Capistrano San Juan Hills (Calif.)
88 Peyton Hornung, Fort Myers Canterbury (Fla.)
87 Bridget Ruskey, Cape May Courthouse Middle Township (N.J.)
85 Ryann Doyle, Seymour (Tenn.)
82 Carly Vaccaro, Mooresville Lake Norman (N.C.)
82 Krista Thompson, Fort Myers Canterbury (Fla.)
80 Samantha Volz, Holly Springs (N.C.)

71 Balay Woodworth, Dallas North Paulding (Ga.)
66 Corisa Atkins, Wilmington Ashley (N.C.)
65 Allison Hunter, Cape May Courthouse Middle Township (N.J.)
59 Jordyn Pandolfo,San Ramon California (Calif.)
57 Emma Pizzo, Charleston Bishop England (S.C.)
52 Kate Immergluck, Decatur (Ga.)
51 Sabrina Schrader, Pennington Hopewell Valley Central (N.J.)
50 Becky Holley, Littleton Dakota Ridge (Colo.)
50 Payton Fadem, Roswell Blessed Trinity (Ga.)
50 Caroline Hvozdovic, South Brunswick (N.J.)
49 Tatum Altman, North Brunswick (N.J.)
49 Baleigh Bradley, Center Valley Southern Lehigh (Pa.)

558 Sophia Turchetta, Harvard Bromfield School (Mass.)
382 Daniella MacMahon, Saddle River (N.J.) Country Day School
366 Samantha Mehalick, North Brunswick (N.J.)
332 Bridget Ruskey, Cape May Courthouse Middle Township (N.J.)

180 Tatum Altman, North Brunswick (N.J.)

148 Owings Mills McDonogh (Md.)

708 Kathy Jenkins, Alexandria St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.)
504 Deanna Knobloch, Moorestown (N.J.)

Now, this list is far from perfect. We knew that coming in. If you see a stat that is a little awry (or a lot), don’t send it in the comments section, but send an email to Your email should include a bit of documentation (a website will do) or someone that can be called to double-check. Friday Statwatch is a malleable feature (alongside the Daily Statwatch) that can be altered or added to at any time. Please let us know if we’ve missed something, and we’ll be back next week.


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