Girls lacrosse All-Scholastics
THE HERALD TEAM
Madison AhernSo. M Notre Dame
Caitlin ChicoskiJr. M Wellesley
Allison CollinsJr. G Natick
Sarah ConleySr. A Needham
Haley ConnaughtonSr. M Westwood
Grace ConnertySr. D Norwell
Sophia DiCensoSo. M Foxboro
Maggie DolanJr. M Hopkinton
Grace FaheySr. M Masconomet
Alison FoleySr. A Walpole
Julia GlavinSr. M Ipswich
Elle HansenJr. M Cohasset
Jane HansenSo. M Cohasset
Callie HemSo. M Needham
Chase HenriquezSr. G Norwell
Molly Rose KearneyJr. M Newburyport
Kendall MilliganSr. M Needham
Taylor PinzoneSr. M Waltham
Lucie PoulinSr. M Marblehead
Brianna StokesSr. A Lincoln-Sudbury
Lily TardifSo. M Wayland
Jordan TorresJr. M Andover
Fallon VaughnFr. M Concord-Carlisle
Payton VaughnJr. M Concord-Carlisle
Annie WalshSo. M Franklin
Celia WalshJr. A Walpole
Emma WhiteSr. M Dover-Sherborn
A US Lacrosse All-American, the sophomore midfielder scored 104 goals and added 63 assists, 66 ground balls and 74 draw controls in leading the Cougars to the Division 1 South final. In her two seasons at Notre Dame, Ahern has amassed 277 career points. An honors student and class vice president, she verbally has committed to the University of Notre Dame.
The junior captain scored 61 goals with 23 assists and 73 draw controls in leading her team to a 15-6 record and trip to the Division 1 South semifinals. A two-time US Lacrosse All-American and Herald All-Scholastic, Chicoski is a member of the National Honor Society and has committed to play lacrosse at Stanford University.
The junior goalie earned US Lacrosse All-America status, Bay State Conference and EMass first-team All-Star honors after a season in which she posted a 9.25 goals-against average and a save percentage of .564. A member of the National Honor Society member and a field hockey all-star, Collins has committed to play at Assumption College in the fall of 2018.
A three-time Bay State Conference first-team All-Star, the senior attack scored 77 goals in helping guide the Rockets to the Division 1 state title. She was named a US Lacrosse All-American and is a member of the National Honor Society. A 250-goal scorer for her career, Conley will play lacrosse and study nursing at the University of Richmond next season.
The senior midfielder is a two-time US Lacrosse All-American who scored 90 goals this season with 50 assists and 69 draw controls. She was named co-MVP of the TriValley League. Connaughton, who scored more than 250 goals in her career, captained three sports this season and was a member of the National Honor Society. She will play lacrosse at UMass-Amherst in the fall.
A four-year starter, the senior defender finished her career with 53 goals, 38 assists, 198 draw controls and 156 ground balls. She had a team-leading 72 draw controls this season in leading Norwell to the Division 2 South final. Connerty played a key role in back-to-back state titles in 2015 and ’16. An honor-roll student, she will play lacrosse at Skidmore College next season.
A sophomore midfielder, DiCenso scored 58 goals, including her 100th career tally, to help lead Foxboro to the Division 2 East final for the first time in program history. She was named Hockomock League MVP and was a league all-star for the second year in a row. A member of student council, DiCenso has committed verbally to the University of Richmond.
The junior midfielder earned Tri-Valley League All-Star honors after scoring 82 goals and leading the team in points, draw controls and forced turnovers. A 200-plus goal scorer and US Lacrosse All-American, Dolan is a member of the National Honor Society and a varsity field hockey and track athlete. She will play her college lacrosse at Campbell University in 2018.
A senior midfielder, Fahey scored 46 goals, and added 48 assists, 100 draw controls and 83 ground balls to earn Cape Ann League first-team All-Star status for the third year in a row. A US Lacrosse All-American, Fahey closed her career with 341 points. She was the CAL Player of the Year in basketball. Fahey will continue her lacrosse career at Syracuse University.
A two-time Bay State Conference and Eastern Mass. All-Star, the senior attack scored 66 goals and dished out 39 assists in leading Walpole to a 20-2 record and a Division 2 state final appearance. A National Honor Society student, she also played basketball and soccer. The two-time Herald All-Scholastic will continue her lacrosse career at Assumption College.
The senior midfielder set a school record for points in a season (147) by scoring 88 goals and 61 assists. The two-time Cape Ann League Player of the Year also had 118 draw controls. She earned US Lacrosse All-American honors and finished her career with 361 points. An all-star field hockey player, Glavin will continue her lacrosse career at Bentley University in the fall.
The junior midfielder holds the school career record for goals, assists and points. This season, Hansen scored 79 goals and added 49 assists and 147 draw controls in leading the Skippers to the Division 2 state title. The two-time US Lacrosse All-American is also a field hockey and basketball captain. The South Shore League Player of the Year verbally has committed to play lacrosse at Northwestern University.
The sophomore midfielder scored 88 goals and added 51 assists in helping her team take home the Division 2 state title. A US Lacrosse All-American, Hansen had 138 draw controls, 100 ground balls and forced 70 turnovers. Hansen, who already has 127 career goals, also plays basketball and field hockey, and verbally has committed to play lacrosse at Northwestern University.
A Bay State Conference All-Star, the sophomore midfielder tallied 54 goals, 17 assists and 50 draw controls in helping lead the Rockets to a Division 1 state championship. Hem was a second-team Eastern Mass. All-Star and was a part of the Mass./RI all-star team that won the top division of the Val Walchak Tournament.
The senior goalie had a save percentage of .510 and a goals-against average of 5.45 to earn South Shore League All-Star and US Lacrosse All-Academic recognition. She finished her career with a GAA of 6.3. A member of two state title teams as well as National and multiple language honor societies, she also played varsity volleyball. Henriquez will attend Duke University in the fall.
MOLLY ROSE KEARNEY
The junior midfielder finished the season with 61 goals, 31 assists, 72 draw controls and 81 ground balls to earn Cape Ann League Player of the Year honors while leading Newburyport to the Division 2 state semifinals. For her career, Kearney has 94 goals and 46 assists. She is also an accomplished track and cross-country athlete.
The Bay State Conference MVP and US Lacrosse All-American scored 36 goals and added 44 assists and 60 draw controls in leading the Rockets to the Division 1 state title. A three-sport athlete and National Honor Society student, Milligan was the BSC MVP in field hockey and an all-star in ice hockey. She will continue her lacrosse career at Trinity College.
The Dual County League MVP and two-time US Lacrosse All-American scored 149 goals as a senior, giving her a career total of 520 and 668 total points, the most in school history. An honors student, Pinzone was a three-time DCL All-Star in cross-country, a four-time all-star in basketball and was named the school’s Most Outstanding Female Athlete. She will play lacrosse at Northwestern University.
Poulin was named the Northeastern Conference MVP for the third year in a row as she led the Magicians to a 19-3 record. A two-time US Lacrosse All-American, the senior midfielder finished the season with 48 ground balls and 90 draw controls. A National Honor Society member, Poulin will play on the Irish National Lacrosse team at the 2017 World Cup this summer before heading off to UMass-Amherst.
A two-time Dual County League All-Star, the senior attack earned US Lacrosse All-America recognition after tallying 56 goals, 17 assists and 56 draw wins this season. For her career, Stokes amassed 132 goals, 36 assists, 68 draws and 24 ground balls. A DCL All-Star in field hockey and an honor-roll student, Stokes will continue her lacrosse career at Gettysburg College.
The sophomore midfielder was named a Dual County League All-Star and US Lacrosse All-American after scoring 86 goals with 15 assists, 61 draw controls and 49 ground balls this season. A member of the Mass./RI all-star team the last two years, she also plays field hockey and runs track. She has committed verbally to play lacrosse at Georgetown University.
The Merrimack Valley Large MVP and US Lacrosse All-American scored 82 goals this season in helping her team win the Division 1 North title. The junior midfielder has 146 goals and 32 assists thus far in her career. A two-sport standout, Torres was an MVC All-Star in field hockey. Torres is a member of the National Honor Society and verbally has committed to play lacrosse at Brown University.
Vaughn led Concord-Carlisle in scoring as a freshman, helping the Patriots to the Division 1 East final. Her talents earned her recognition as a US Lacrosse All-American and a member of the Mass./RI all-star team. Vaughn is a Dual County League All-Star in soccer and plays for the Mass. Elite in the offseason.
The co-captain and team MVP the past two seasons earned US Lacrosse All-America and academic All-America honors in leading the Patriots to the Division 1 East final this season. A member of the Mass./RI all-star team, she is a Dual County League All-Star in field hockey as well. A member of the National Honor Society, Vaughn verbally has committed to Yale University for lacrosse.
A Hockomock League All-Star and US Lacrosse All-American in her sophomore season, White scored 79 goals, had 91 draw controls, 53 ground balls and 52 forced turnovers. A two-sport standout, White was the Hockomock League Player of the Year in field hockey and is an honor-roll student. She has committed verbally to Boston College to play lacrosse and study business.
A Bay State Conference and EMass All-Star in her junior season, Walsh scored 65 goals with 44 assists to lead Walpole to the Division 2 state finals. For her career, she has 149 goals and 120 assists thus far. She is an all-star in field hockey, the vice president of her class and a member of the National Honor Society. Walsh verbally has committed to play lacrosse at Georgetown University.
A two-time captain, White was the co-MVP of the Tri-Valley League after scoring 46 goals and gaining 36 draw controls. A three-time EMass All-Star, the senior midfielder earned US Lacrosse Academic All-America honors this season. White has won school awards in biology, chemistry, geometry, Spanish and world history. She will continue her lacrosse career at Middlebury College.