Charlotte North Goes No. 1 Overall in First Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse Draft of Season


The four captains of Week 1 (from left to right): Caylee waters, Sam Apuzzo, Brittany Read and Kady Glynn.

With the first draft of Athletes Unlimited Lacrosse Season 2 in the rearview mirror, the summer season is finally here.

Charlotte North was selected first overall by captain Brittany Read in the first AU draft of the season on Monday, a not-so-surprising choice after North took the international stage by storm with the U.S. national team that won gold in Towson, Md., earlier this month.

The unique staple of Athletes Unlimited, weekly drafts shake up rosters and provide a fantasy-like component to the action. Fans can see their dreams player combinations come together to score points, both as a team and as individuals, to climb the leaderboard.

The Athletes Unlimited season begins Thursday evening, and every game during Season 2 will be held at USA Lacrosse headquarters in Sparks, Md. Here are the rosters taking the field this weekend.


1. Kady Glynn (Captain)
2. Ally Mastroianni
3. Jamie Ortega
4. Kelsey Huff
5. Kayla Wood
6. Sammy Jo Tracy
7. Kristen Carr
8. Lindsey McKone
9. Izzy McMahon
10. Ally Palermo
11. Taylor VanThof
12. Kyra Pelton
13. Paulina DiFatta
14. Halle Majorana


1. Caylee Waters (Captain)
2. Marie McCool
3. Kenzie Kent
4. Grace Griffin
5. Scottie Rose Growney
6. Ella Simkins
7. Sarah Cooper
8. Cortney Fortunato
9. Caroline Wakefield
10. Kelly McPartland
11. Alex Aust Holman
12. Amber McKenzie
13. Molly Wolf
14. Sydney Watson


1. Sam Apuzzo (Captain)
2. Dempsey Arsenault
3. Haley Warden
4. Lauren Gilbert
5. Amanda Johansen
6. Emma Trenchard
7. Lizzie Colson
8. Alyssa Parrella
9. Sam Geiersbach
10. Taylor Moreno
11. Courtney Taylor
12. Nicole Levy
13. Katrina Geiger
14. Molly Dougherty


1. Brittany Read (Captain)
2. Charlotte North
3. Jill Girardi
4. Aurora Cordingley
5. Becca Block
6. Ally Kennedy
7. Mollie Stevens
8. Meg Douty
9. Shayna Pirreca
10. Katie O'Donnell
11. Mira Shane
12. Molly Little
13. Sydney Pirreca
14. Kerrigan Miller

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