USA Lacrosse Names 2022 USA Select Women's Teams

PHOTO BY JOHN STROHSACKER

Annabella Schafer was named to the USA Select U18 team for 2022. She is one of 15 players named to a USA Select team for the second year in a row.


SPARKS, Md. — USA Lacrosse has named 44 of the nation's top high school girls' lacrosse players to the 2022 USA Select U16 and U18 teams. The players were selected following a national combine at USA Lacrosse headquarters last week that featured 150 players.

The 44 players come from high schools representing 15 states and the District of Columbia. A total of 15 of the 44 players are returning for their second year on a USA Select team.

The USA Select teams represent the third phase of the National Team Development Program, which is designed to provide high-level training to players, introduce them to the U.S. national team program and offer competitive opportunities.

The USA Select teams will compete against international competition during the Brogden Cup from Oct. 14-16 at USA Lacrosse headquarters. The event is run in conjunction with the Fall Classic, which features the U.S. men’s and women’s national teams. 

The National Team Development Program is supported by partners invested in the growth of the sport, including Cascade, Maverik, MedStar Health, NCSA (Next College Student Athlete), Squad Locker and STX.

Following is a full list of players named to the 2022 USA Select teams:







USA Select Women's U16 Team

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

HIGH SCHOOL

CLUB

Kelly

Blake

Medfield (MA)

Laxachussets

Zawadi

Brown

Neuqua Valley (IL)

Lakeshore Lacrosse

Tess

Calabria

St. Anthony’s (NY)

Long Island Yellow Jackets

Maeve

Cavanaugh

Archbishop Spalding (MD)

M&D

Madeleine

Chun

Manhasset (NY)

Long Island Yellow Jackets

Kayla

Gilmore

William Floyd (NY)

Long Island Top Guns

Grace

Holland

Episcopal Academy (PA)

HHH Philly

Hadley

Keating

Detroit Country Day School (MI)

Mass Elite/Lacrosse Monkey

Megan

Kenny

St. Anthony’s (NY)

Legacy lacrosse

Cassandra

Kitchen

Park School of Baltimore (MD)

Sky Walkers

Natalie

Kranick

Heritage (NC)

Team 91 Carolina

Livy

LaVerghetta

Garrison Forest (MD)

M&D

Kiki

Liebezeit

Conestoga (PA)

Big 4 HHH

Madison

Rassas

Georgetown Visitation (D.C.)

M&D

Lexi

Reber

Bryn Mawr School (MD)

M&D

Alexis

Rodell

Randolph (NJ)

DEWLAX

Hannah

Rudolph

Our Lady of Good Counsel (MD)

Sky Walkers

Remi

Schaller

The McDonogh School (MD)

M&D

Orly

Sedransk

Montclair Kimberley Academy (NJ)

DEWLAX

Kaleigh

Sommers

Fairfield Ludlowe (CT)

CT Grizzlies

Truus

van Wees

The Taft School (CT)

CT Grizzlies

Lydia

Ward

The John Carroll School (MD)

Sky Walkers

USA Select Women's U18 Team

First Name

Last Name

High School

Club

Ava

Arceri

Smithtown East (NY)

Top Guns

Caitlin

Barrett

Manhasset (NY)

LI Top Guns

Ava

Bleckley

Archbishop John Carroll (PA)

Phantastix

Giulia

Colarusso

Groton School (MA)

Mass Elite

Lydia

Colasante

The Tatnall School (DE)

All American Aim

Kylee

Colbert

North Shore (NY)

Yellow Jackets

Kate

Demark

Darien (CT)

CT Grizzlies

Carlie

Desimone

Baldwinsville (NY)

Salt City Snipers

Lindsey

Devir

Ridgewood (NJ)

STEPS Elite NJ

Lena

Doreen

Glenelg Country School (MD)

Heros

Sydney

Grogan

Bedford High (NH)

NH Tomahawks

Samantha

Hughes

Castle View (CO)

3D Colorado/3D National

Chloe

Humphrey

Darien (CT)

CT Grizzlies

Jaclyn

Johns

Blessed Trinity Catholic (GA)

Eagle Stix

Camille

Johnson

Fairview (CO)

Team 180

Betty

Nelson

Columbine (CO)

3D Colorado

Aliya

Polisky

Franklin (TN)

Eagle Stix

Reese

Robinson

McKinney North (TX)

Grit Dallas

Annabella

Schafer

The Hill School (PA)

NXT

Julia

Suriano

Bryn Mawr School (MD)

Sky Walkers

Kate

Timarky

Centereach (NY)

Long Island Yellow Jackets

Alexa

Vogelman

Owen J. Roberts (PA)

NXT

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