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McDonogh (Md.) No. 1 in Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls' Lacrosse Top 25

May 7, 2013    4550 Views

BALTIMORE, May 7, 2013 — Unbeaten McDonogh (Md.) completed a 19-0 regular season to remain the unanimous No. 1 team in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll, released today by US Lacrosse. The poll appears as part of Lacrosse Magazine’s bi-weekly report on high school girls’ lacrosse at laxmagazine.com/hsg25.

The Eagles entered the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland tournament as its No. 1 seed and defeated Archbishop Spalding (Md.), 15-11, in a quarterfinal Monday for their 20th win. McDonogh’s other recent victories include a 10-7 road win at then-No. 13 Century (Md.), which tied No. 10 Milton as the only teams to come within three goals of the Eagles. No. 16 Vero Beach (Fla.) is the Top 25’s first state champion, defeating Bartram Trail (Fla.) 17-3 to win its eighth straight Florida crown. Many of the teams in the Top 25 earned early byes in league or state tournaments.

The Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25, with teams, record, point total (first-place votes) and next game noted:

1. McDonogh (Md.) 20-0, 175 (7), May 8 No. 15 Maryvale Prep
2. Garden City (N.Y.) 13-0, 165, May 8 No. 3 St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)
3. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 11-1, 158, May 8 at No. 2 Garden City (N.Y.)
4. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.) 21-1, 156, May 7 Flint Hill (Va.)
5. Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) 16-1, 149, May 7 Holton-Arms School (D.C.)
6. Moorestown (N.J.) 15-0, 134, May 7 at Shawnee (N.J.)
7. Manhasset (N.Y.) 11-2, 124, May 10 No. 3 St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)
8. West Genesee (N.Y.) 13-0, 116, May 7 at Syracuse (N.Y.)
9. C.M. Wright (Md.) 13-1, 96, TBD
10. Milton (Ga.) 14-3-1, 92, May 7 Collins Hill (Ga.)
11. Farmingdale (N.Y.) 10-3, 92, May 11 No. 20 Darien (Conn.)
12. St. Paul’s (Md.) 12-4, 89, May 8 Bryn Mawr
13. Mount Sinai (N.Y.) 13-0, 84, May 7 at Babylon (N.Y.)
14. Century (Md.) 12-2, 76, TBD
15. Maryvale Prep (Md.) 11-4, 75, May 8 No. 1 McDonogh
16. Vero Beach (Fla.) 20-4, 73, Season Complete
17. Harriton (Pa.) 15-1, 66, May 7 at Strath Haven (Pa.)
18. Bryn Mawr (Md.) 10-4, 65, May 8 at No. 12 St. Paul’s
19. Westwood (Mass.) 13-0, 57, May 7 at Acton-Boxborough (Mass.)
20. Darien (Conn.) 11-1, 45, May 7 Greenwich (Conn.)
21. Conestoga (Pa.) 13-3, 40, May 7 Penncrest (Pa.)
22. Bay Shore (N.Y.) 12-1, 35, May 9 William Floyd (N.Y.)
23. Notre Dame (Mass.) 11-2, 35, May 8 at Cohasset (Mass.)
24. Good Counsel (Md.) 14-3-1, 27, May 7 WCAC Quarterfinal
25. Radnor (Pa.) 12-3, 23, May 7 Marple Newtown (Pa.)

Others receiving votes:
Marriotts Ridge (Md.) 13-1, 16
Strath Haven (Pa.) 13-3, 7
New Canaan (Conn.) 11-1, 3
Mount Hebron (Md.) 12-2, 1
Loyola Academy (Ill.) 15-3, 1

Voters for the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll include US Lacrosse area representatives and Lacrosse Magazine contributors. The national Top 25 supplements in-depth coverage of high school girls’ lacrosse, including regional Top 10 rankings, top performers, games to watch and notebooks, from each of five regions

West laxmagazine.com/hsgw
Midwest laxmagazine.com/hsgmw
South laxmagazine.com/hsgs
Mid-Atlantic laxmagazine.com/hsgma
Northeast laxmagazine.com/hsgn

US Lacrosse will release next week the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll and regional reports. The next girls’ report will be released the week of May 20.

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