ISL Champions! St. Mark's Girls Lacrosse Wins Third Title in Four Years
May 28, 2018
With an impressive 16-7 victory over Groton on Friday, May 25, the St. Mark's Girls' Varsity Lacrosse team capped a 15-2 regular season and earned a share of the 2018 Independent School League (ISL) championship. This was the Lions' third ISL title in four seasons, all under head coach Channing Warner.
Three VI Formers—Lillian Stout, Caroline Peterson, and Grace Sambrook—were part of that four-year run (SM went 56-14 during that stretch), while classmates Lizzie Provost, Brynn Kennedy, Marlee Paterson, and Danielle Peterson rounded out a senior class which was the core of this year's championship team.
Tess D’Orsi ’16 of St. Mark's Named to the Final Roster of the 2015 Women’s Under-19 National Lacrosse Team
Tess D’orsi ’16 was one of 18 players to make the final cut for the United States Under-19 Women’s Lacrosse team. This past summer, she made the initial 25-player training roster, competing with 110 players from 18 different states. On January 21, US Lacrosse named D’Orsi to the final roster of 18 players, and the only player on the team from New England.
All-American Honors Aplenty for St. Mark's Girls' Lacrosse Players
Two members of this spring’s 15-2 Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team were named First Team All-Americans by US Lacrosse, while five players were recognized by US Lacrosse as Academic All-Americans.
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Tess D’Orsi ’16 of St. Mark’s, Selected for National Under-19 Women’s Lacrosse Squad
Congratulations to Tess D’Orsi ’16, who was just named to the 25-player training roster for the U.S. Women’s National Under-19 Lacrosse Team. A rising Fifth Former from Sudbury, MA, D’Orsi was the leading scorer on this past spring’s 15-2 St. Mark’s Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse team, earning All-Independent School League (ISL), All-New England, and All-American honors for her efforts.
Five Middlesex Lacrosse Players Named to All-American Team
On Monday June 17, US Lacrosse announced the 2013 Girls’ High School All-American team. On the list of distinguished names was Middlesex’s Jeanie Dwinell ’13 and Clare Lyne ’13. Both Jeanie and Clare served as captains of the 2013 girls’ varsity lacrosse team and helped the Zebras to a second place finish in the ISL. Next fall, Jeanie will be taking her talents to Princeton while Clare will be just down the road in Hartford, CT at Trinity College.