Best of Lax 2022: Vote for Best Women's Record-Breaker

PHOTOS COURTESY OF HIGH POINT, STANFORD, JOHN STROHSACKER, NICK IERADI

From left to right: Abby Hormes (High Point); Ashley Humphrey (Stanford); Charlotte North (Boston College); Kayla Treanor (U.S. National Team)


Welcome to #BestOfLax2022. Help us celebrate the past year of lacrosse by voting in 15 polls spread over 15 weekdays in December. All voting will be conducted on Twitter (@usalacrossemag), and fans will have 24 hours to let their voices be heard.

For more information — including upcoming categories, rules and more — check out our introductory post to #BestOfLax2022.

Records are meant to be broken. We saw a handful of all-time marks fall in 2022.

Here are the nominees for Best Women’s Record-Breaker. 

BEST WOMEN’S RECORD-BREAKER

For the women’s player whose new record is most impressive.

ABBY HORMES

One year after Charlotte North set the lacrosse world on fire by scoring 102 goals in a single season, Abby Hormes broke that record quietly. The High Point star finished her 2022 campaign with 103 goals setting a new high-water mark in Division I women’s lacrosse.







ASHLEY HUMPHREY

As a redshirt-freshman, Ashley Humphrey set the Division I women’s records for single-season assists (88) and assists per game (4.63). Humphrey, one of the top young players in the nation, is part of ushering a new wave of success into the Stanford program.

CHARLOTTE NORTH

The queen of the north stands alone at the top of the Division I women’s goals leaderboard, etching her name into the No. 1 spot with 351 goals. North finished her career with a season-high 115 points.

KAYLA TREANOR

Fresh off a gold medal, Kayla Treanor retired as the women’s national team’s all-time leader in both points (77) and goals (44). In her U.S. career, Treanor won two gold medals and also compiled ee assists, which is the third-most in program history.

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