Epoch/USL High School Girls' Players of the Week (June 6)

Bridgewater-Raritan's Hannah Hollingsworth had three goals and an assist in her team's upset of then-No. 2 Ridgewood (N.J.) in the Group 4 semifinals. (Photo by Keith A. Muccilli)


The Epoch/US Lacrosse Players of the Week are named each Tuesday to recognize the most outstanding individual performances in high school boys’  and girls’ lacrosse in each of the five regions — Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West — outlined in our high school coverage. (The South region season is complete.) Make it Epoch.  

Northeast

Brittany Chamberlain, Honeoye Falls-Lima (N.Y.)

The senior midfielder finished with six goals and one assist to power HF-L to a 16-12 win over Lake Shore (N.Y.) in the Class C state semifinals. Chamberlain, who is headed to the University of Florida, also had three goals and three assists as the Cougars claimed the Section V Class C title with a 19-7 win over Mercy (N.Y.). She now has 34 goals and 16 assists this season and also has won 73 draws.

Also notable: Haley Connaughton, Westwood (Mass.); Sloane Nicoletti-Watson, Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.); Annie Walsh, Franklin (Mass.)

— Will Cleveland

Mid-Atlantic

Hannah Hollingsworth, Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.)

The senior attacker helped the Panthers land their first NJSIAA Group 4 title since 2009. Hollingsworth posted three goals and an assist Wednesday in a 9-8 win over previously unbeaten Ridgewood (N.J.). The Rutgers commit followed with four goals and two assists in Saturday’s 16-4 championship victory over Eastern (N.J.). Heading into the Tournament of Champions, she’s got 42 goals and 48 assists for the season.

Also notable: Ali Baiocco, Oak Knoll (N.J.); Maddie Collins, Summit (N.J.); Laurel McHale, Bernards (N.J.); Regan Nealon, Garnet Valley (Pa.); Eddy Shoop, Cape Henlopen (Del.); Sam Swart, Archbishop Carroll (Pa.).

— Eric Detweiler






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Midwest

Brennan Dwyer, Loyola Academy (Ill.)

The senior scored seven times and won 11 draws in Loyola’s 15-9 victory over New Trier (Ill.) en route to her fourth state title in four seasons. Her seven-goal effort came after she scored six times in Loyola’s semifinal win over Glenbrook South (Ill.) on Wednesday. Dwyer is headed to Northwestern to play next year.

Also notable: Kate Burnside, Cathedral (Ind.); Claudia Shevitz, New Trier (Ill.); Karrington Vander Molen, Rockford (Mich.)

— Justin Bogg

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