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July 6, 2018 — Your national scoring champion

Charlie Rudy has been such a powerfully good player, and for such a long period of time, it’s too easy to overlook her.

How else do you explain the fact that, for the last two years, her local paper, the Independent Journal, has chosen someone else on her team as the Player of the Year for Marin County?

But Rudy still was able to maintain an incredible output of goals, no matter who or where she played. She led the country for the second season in a row with 147 goals, making her your national scoring champion for 2018.

Rudy, after helping Novato (Calif.) to a CIF North Coastal Section championship, took her talents to a national level. She had a hat trick for the South team in the national Under Armour senior all-star girls’ lacrosse game to lead all 44 players. She starts taking classes at the University of Colorado this coming fall.

Rudy’s total joins a number of top performances from the recent past:

2018: Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.), 147
2017: Charlie Rudy, Novato (Calif.), 160
2016: Bridget Ruskey, Cape May Courthouse Middle Township (N.J.), 135
2015: Sophia Turchetta, Harvard Bromfield (Mass.), 158
2014: Sophia Turchetta, Harvard Bromfield (Mass.), 170
2013: Daniela McMahon, Saddle River Country Day School (N.J.), 143
2012: Emma Lazaroff, Lafayette Centaurus (Colo.), 143
2011: Alex Moore, Allentown (N.J.), 148
2010: Autumn MacMillin, Tecumseh (Mich.), 157
2009: Katie Ferris, Carthage (N.Y.), 138
2008: Courtney Miller, Chappaqua Horace Greeley (N.Y.) 125
2007: Mallori Selliger, Clarkstown (N.Y.) North, 88
2006: Shannon Smith, West Babylon (N.Y.) 129


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