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Oct. 11, 2019 — Friday Statwatch through games played Oct. 9

Hi, everyone.

I’ve been reflecting on last year’s all-out assault on the Top 10 career goal-scoring list, when a number of players wound up surpassing the old national standard of 171.

This year, only one player is currently rising up the list kept to the right of this column; Penn State-bound Sophia Gladieux of Oley (Pa.) Valley, who scored her 180th goal this week. That’s enough for seventh on the all-time scoring list.

After her, the highest total for an active player that we know of is Shore Regional’s Lily Santi, who is at 127.

I guess, after a generation of gifted goal-scorers, it was about time that field hockey got its equilibrium back, allowing defense and goalkeeping to stop good creative attacking players.

Or so we thought. Look at the top goal-scorers for just this year: Talia Schenck is a sophomore, Rachel Herbine is a freshman, and Ava Borkowski is a junior. Youth shall, it seems, be served.

What we have below here is our usual collection of American scholastic field hockey statistics, culled from, amongst other sources, MaxPreps, Berks Game Day,, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, the KHSAA, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and The Denver Post.

We really like MaxPreps, because it is easy for the average coach, athletic director, or student manager to register for the platform, and we encourage you to get your fellow teams as well as perhaps your conference, league, or your state governing body to enter field hockey information there, so that we can aim for as complete a statistical picture of the country as possible.

45 Talia Schenck, Lawrence (N.J.)
44 Rachel Herbine, Emmaus (Pa.)
43 Ava Borkowski, Plymouth-Whitemarsh (Pa.)
40 Sophia Gladieux, Oley (Pa.) Valley
40 Jordan Carr, Point Pleasant Boro (N.J.)
39 Ryleigh Heck, Voorhees Eastern (N.J.)
37 Elizabeth Agatucci, East Chapel Hill (N.C.)

36 Taryn Tkachuk, St. Louis Villa Duchesne (Mo.)
36 Lily Santi, West Long Branch Shore Regional (N.J.)
36 Lauren Wadas, Palmyra (Pa.)
35 Molly Reed, East Chapel Hill (N.C.)
34 Lauren Wassell, Lancaster (Pa.) Country Day School
32 Lilly Smith, New Hope-Solebury (Pa.)
30 Jacey Wittel, Swiftwater Pocono Mountain East (Pa.)
30 Taryn Mayer, Lower Moreland (Pa.)
30 Bridget Murphy, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.)
29 Taryn Ringer, Johnstown (N.Y.)
29 Liz Mazzella, Emmaus (Pa.)
29 Kate Herlihy, Cape May Court House Middle Township (N.J.)
29 Anna Crump, South Oldham (Ky.)

28 Abby Periard, South Oldham (Ky.)
24 Annika Herbine, Emmaus (Pa.)
23 Rachel Herbine, Emmaus (Pa.)
20 Lilly Smith, New Hope-Solebury (Pa.)
20 Karen Csensits, Emmaus (Pa.)
18 Reagan Underwood, West Lawn Wilson (Pa.)
18 Mia Simpson, St. Louis Lafayette (Mo.)
18 Malayna Kahl, Millersville Penn Manor (Pa.)
17 Natali Foster, Elverson Twin Valley (Pa.)
17 Sophia Gladieux, Oley (Pa.) Valley
17 Izzy Zaleski, Lewisburg (Pa.)

180 Sophia Gladieux, Oley (Pa.) Valley
156* Kara Heck, Voorhees Eastern (N.J.)
127 Lily Santi, West Long Branch Shore Regional (N.J.)
116 Jordan Carr, Point Pleasant Boro (N.J.)
115 Bridget Murphy, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.)
104 Lucas Crook, Somerset-Berkley (Mass.)
103 Lauren Wadas, Palmyra (Pa.)
103 Lauren Parente, Wyoming (Pa.) Area
103 Hannah Maxwell, Kingston Wyoming Seminary (Pa.)

117 Cami Crook, Somerset-Berkley (Mass.)
100 Lucas Crook, Somerset-Berkley (Mass.)

119 Los Gatos (Calif.)

52 Delmar (Del.)
48 North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake (Calif.)

We’re pretty sure we are missing some folks here. If you see something not here, feel free to send us an email at Give us a name or a bit of documentation (a website will do) so that we can make the adjustment.

Thanks for reading, and we’ll see you in seven days.