US Lacrosse High School Girls' Players of the Week


Katie Buck has dominated the draw circle with 50 draw controls through 10 games.

The US Lacrosse Players of the Week recognize the most outstanding individual performances in high school girls’ lacrosse in each of the five regions — Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West — outlined in our high school coverage.


Kylee Colbert, North Shore (N.Y.)

Colbert was listed as one of the Northeast’s players to watch in the preseason, and she showed why in North Shore’s opening game of the season. The sophomore midfielder, the youngest of three lacrosse-playing siblings, scored six goals in a 9-8 victory over Syosset (N.Y.).

“Kylee is an unbelievable lacrosse player who is all over the field,” North Shore coach Meg McCormack said. “She can dodge and get to the cage seamlessly with her quick first step, makes big stops on the defensive end and is a valuable member of our transition game. Kylee has extremely high lacrosse IQ, which translates to reading lanes.”

Also notable: Grace Gately, Manhasset (N.Y.); Dillyn Patten, New Canaan (Conn.); Raegan Bailey, Cheshire (Conn.); Ceci Stein, Darien (Conn.); Kate Licciardi, St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)

— Dylan Butler


Katie Buck, Moorestown (N.J.)

The junior Rutgers commit has dominated the draw circle with 50 draw controls through 10 games. She also leads the 5-0 Quakers in scoring with 16 goals and six assists. She scored four goals and had one assist with 14 draw controls in a 9-8 win over Rancocas Valley (N.J.) on April 28, then she came up with nine draw controls and three more points in an 11-3 win over rival Shawnee on Saturday.

Also notable: Caroline Godine, McDonogh (Md.); Nancy Halleron, Notre Dame Prep (Md.); Grace Muldoon, Stone Ridge (Md.); Rita Peterson, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.); Grace Smith, Oak Knoll (N.J.)

— Justin Feil


Brooke Goldstein, American Heritage-Delray (Fla.)

Goldstein led American Heritage to the Class 1A state semifinals by scoring five goals in last week’s regional final victory over Pine Crest. The freshman has been one of the team’s top scorers this season, tallying 47 goals and adding 15 assists.

Also notable: Sami Lowinger, Ponte Vedra (Fla.)

— Justin Boggs

Nike/US Lacrosse High School Rankings
National Boys' Top 25 | National Girls' Top 25
Northeast Boys' Top 10 | Northeast Girls' Top 10
Mid-Atlantic Boys' Top 10 | Mid-Atlantic Girls' Top 10
South Boys' Top 10
| South Girls' Top 10
Midwest Boys' Top 10
| Midwest Girls' Top 10
West Boys' Top 10
| West Girls' Top 10


Macy Zaban, New Trier (Ill.)

The senior was on fire against Maine South (Ill.) last week, scoring on all seven of her shot attempts while tacking on three assists. Zaban, a Florida commit, was similarly effective against Glenbrook South (Ill.), notching four goals.

Also notable: Camryn Callaghan, Upper Arlington (Ohio); Katie Rodriguez, Rockford (Mich.); Haley Reeck, Edina (Minn.); Taylor Kotschevar-Call, Eden Prairie (Minn.); Emma Potter, Noblesville (Ind.); Hannah Kim Carmel (Ind.); Maddie McGarty, Carmel (Ind.)

Jonah Rosenblum


Emma Ing, Newbury Park (Calif.)

The senior midfielder scored the tying and winning goals to lift the Panthers to an 11-10 win over St. Margaret’s (Calif.) on Saturday. After knotting the score at 10, Ing scored the go-ahead goal on a free position shot with less than 20 seconds left. She finished with three goals.

Also notable: Elena Torres, Foothill (Calif.); Stella Mikolajewski, Torrey Pines (Calif.); Daniella Guyette, Newbury Park (Calif.)

— Laurel Pfahler

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