Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse Leaderboard Entering Final Day of Season

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Sunday will be the final day of the inaugural Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse season, one that has seemingly redefined the way we think about professional women’s lacrosse.

But unlike other pro leagues, there isn’t a team championship on the line at Maureen Hendricks Field in Boyds, Md. Instead, an individual points champion will be crowned. As things stand now, Taylor Cummings is the favorite to finish the five-week campaign as the top player in the league.

Every player has just one game left to stake her claim on the title. Cummings holds a 187-point lead on Caylee Waters in second place. That’s certainly not insurmountable, but Cummings plays Waters in the final game. The winner of that contest could very well be No. 1.

Below is Sunday’s schedule, as well as the Top 20 on the leaderboard.

WEEK 5 SCHEDULE
All times Eastern

Sunday, August 22

Glynn vs. Ohlmiller, 2 p.m. (FS1)
Waters vs. Cummings, 6 p.m. (CBSSN)







LEADERBOARD

 

NAME

POS

PTS

1

Taylor Cummings

M

1,860

2

Caylee Waters

G

1,673

3

Sam Apuzzo

A

1,525

4

Kady Glynn

G

1,490

5

Britt Read

G

1,478

6

Kylie Ohlmiller

A

1,476

7

Kayla Wood

D

1,472

8

Marie McCool

M

1,436

9

Kayla Treanor

A

1,426

10

Kyra Pelton

D

1,299

11

Nicole Levy

A

1,258

12

Ally Kennedy

M

1,254

13

Cortney Fortunato

A

1,252

14

Kelly McPartland

M

1,251

15

Dempsey Arsenault

M

1,238

16

Haley Warden

M

1,233

17

Becca Block

D

1,227

18

Emily Garrity Parros

M

1,179

19

Alyssa Parrella

M

1,151

20

Taryn VanThof

M

1,147

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