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May 26, 2023 — Friday Statwatch for games played through May 24

This week, as the state tournaments start winding down, you’re getting more and more players rising the leaderboard for scoring in girls’ scholastic lacrosse. Take, for example, your new national goals leader, attacker Caroline Ling. She finished her season Monday with her Springboro (Ohio) team losing 14-8 to Mason (Ohio) in an OHSAA Division I octofinal matchup. Ling, a junior, has committed to Rutgers for her collegiate career, which means that she will be on the same campus as current national field hockey scoring champion Olivia Fraticelli in a couple of years.

What you see below are from available sources, including MaxPreps, Berks Game Day, the KHSAA, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and Advance Media. To make this list an even more complete one, I encourage you to adopt the easy-to-use platform, and we encourage you to get your fellow teams to enter their information there as well as whichever is your local news site, so that we can aim for as complete a statistical picture of the country as possible.

167 Caroline Ling, Springboro (Ohio)
158 Vanni Intini, Fayetteville (N.C.) Academy
151 Riley Sterling, Palo Alto Castilleja (Calif.)
140 Sara Williams, Winter Haven All Saints Academy (Fla.)
136 Caroline Cage, Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Ohio)
135 Ryann Frechette, St. John’s Bartram Trail (Fla.)
134 Jaryn Zdanavage, Irvine Portoia (Calif.)
131 Scarlett Gilner, Chapel Hill (N.C.)
130 Mikayla Williams, Columbus Bexley (Ohio)
129 Olivia Prosper, Draper Juan Diego Catholic (Utah)
126 Emily Walker, Bristol St. Paul Catholic (Conn.)
126 Sienna Chirieleison, Camp Hill Trunity (Pa.)

142 Lauren Hayden, Newport Croatan (N.C.)
87 Emily Phillips Wake Forest (N.C.)
87 Sophia Richardson, Lexington Sayre (Ky.)
87 Polly Miller, Fayetteville (N.C.) Academy
82 Charlee Nyquist, Lake Mary (Fla.)
78 Riley Nee (Hampstead Topsail (N.C.)
76 Taylor McGovern, Margery Stoneman Douglas (Fla.)
76 Ava Sebben, Lombard Montini Catholic (Ill.)
75 Allie Hirst, Southern Pines Pinecrest (N.C.)
74 Sophie Warren, Lakewood Green Mountain (Colo.)
72 Aubrey Harrison, Fairmount (W.Va.) Senior
70 Gabbi Koury, Pottstown Owen J. Roberts (Pa.)

850 Kathy Jenkins|
503 Lisa Lindley
450 Chris Robinson

This list isn’t perfect. We could use some help in adding statistics which may be missing. If you see something amiss (bearing in mind that this is supposed to be a snapshot of lacrosse stats as of the end of play on Wednesday), please feel free to send an email to us at Include some backup (a website link will do), and we can make corrections.

Thanks for reading and we’ll try to do better next time.

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