ALL-USA Girls Lacrosse: Third Team


USA TODAY High School Sports presents the 2017-18 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Girls Lacrosse Third Team.

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USA TODAY High School Sports presents the 2017-18 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Girls Lacrosse Third Team.’The honorees were selected based on performance, level of competition and strength of schedule.

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  • Publisher: USA TODAY High School Sports
  • Date: 2018-07-09T16:13:38+00:00
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Jersey girls powering new Women’s Professional Lacrosse League

The WPLL has five teams in its inaugural season. Another pro league, the four-team UWLX, is in its third year.

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Sometimes, Maura Schwitter feels like she's back in sixth grade. When she sees young female lacrosse players cheering as she plays a Women's Professional Lacrosse League game, Schwitter sees herself.

Back then, Schwitter was a three-sport athlete – and the women on the field usually played soccer. There was no pro lacrosse league then, no dream of a career.

Marie McCool of Moorestown looked up to Mia Hamm, and partially chose North Carolina – to play lacrosse, not soccer – because she, too, wanted to be the best in her sport. Schwitter, her Baltimore teammate, remembers watching the United States women's national team play at the Meadowlands, and Sky Blue FC at Rutgers, with her club soccer team. 

Great Mills graduate Stevenson nets Minds in Motion scholarship

Great Mills High School graduate Anna Stevenson, pictured with her father Jonathan, left, and mother Cindy, received a $1,000 Minds in Motion scholarship from the Allstate Foundation’during a luncheon on May 31 in the Baltimore Ravens’ locker room at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore.

Great Mills High School graduate Anna Stevenson recently won a $1,000 Minds in Motion scholarship from the Allstate Foundation. Stevenson is now on to pursue her dream of being an engineer and attending the University of Alabama.

Anna Stevenson does it all. She played three varsity sports all four years of high school and her accomplishments on the field, in the pool and in the classroom are taking her to college with many honors.

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Glenelg senior Anna Callahan seizes girls lacrosse Player of the Year honors

It was the first tryout of Anna Callahan’s freshman lacrosse season at Glenelg, and already assistant coach Alex Pagnotta could not tolerate one of her on-field quirks.
‘When you’re on the field, and whether you’re open or not, I don’t like wanna hear someone yelling, ‘Here, here, here. Throw me the ball, throw me the ball, give me the ball,’ Pagnotta said. ‘Maybe one, ‘Hey I’m open, look, look, look.’ Maybe something like that.
‘But Anna came in and she would run down the field and be like, ‘here, here, here, here, here, here, here

But constantly demanding the ball? Pagnotta would not tolerate that, and he made sure to voice his disapproval to the entire group after the workout. The indirect call-out remains with Callahan more than four years later.

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