ALL-LONG ISLAND GIRLS LACROSSE SECOND TEAM
Sachem North, committed to Bucknell
No one in Suffolk County had more helpers than the Bucknell-bound attack, who had 60 assists to go along with 34 goals. She had two goals and six assists in the Flaming Arrows biggest win of the season, an 11-8 victory over eventual Long Island champions Middle Country.
Wantagh, committed to Arizona State
The Arizona State-bound senior had 41 goals and 11 assists, helping lead the Warriors to the Nassau Class C title. Carson had three goals in a 15-9 win over Cold Spring Harbor in the county final and scored three of her team’s four goals in a 9-4 loss to Mt. Sinai in the Long Island final.
Smithtown East, committed to UMass-Amherst
The UMass-Amherst bound senior had 65 goals and 23 assists to help lead Smithtown East to the Suffolk Class A semifinals. She had six goals and one assist in a 14-9 win over Riverhead in the quarterfinals and one goal and one assist in a 12-8 loss to Middle Country in the semifinals.
EMERSON CABRERA (Junior)
Northport, verbally committed to Florida
The Florida-bound junior had 50 goals and 12 assists, helping lead Northport in a run to the county semifinals. Cabrera scored four goals, including the tying goal and the insurance tally with 5:13 remaining in an 8-6 win over Ward Melville in the Suffolk Class A semifinals.
Sacred Heart, committed to Boston College
The Boston College-bound senior had 34 goals and eight assists to help lead Sacred Heart to the NSCHSAA Class AAA final. She netted a hat trick in a 15-13 regular season win over St. Anthony’s and had two goals and one assist in a semifinal win over St. John the Baptist.
Ward Melville, committed to Gettysburg College
The Patriots went undefeated during the regular season en route to capturing the Suffolk Division I title and the Gettysburg College-bound senior is a big reason why. McKeever had 45 goals and seven assists, including two in an 8-7 loss to Northport in the Suffolk ‘A’ semifinals.
Seaford, committed to Northwestern
The Northwestern-bound senior had 54 goals and 22 assists to help lead Seaford to the Nassau Class C quarterfinals. Palermo had four goals and five assists in an 18-10 playoff win over Floral Park and scored twice in a loss to Cold Spring Harbor in the quarterfinals.
Long Beach, committed to Stony Brook
Long Beach made a historic run to its first-ever county final and the Stony Brook-bound senior was a big reason why. Rafferty had 54 goals and 13 assists, including two in a 17-7 loss to Garden City in the Nassau Class B final.
Port Washington, committed to Penn State
The Penn State-bound senior had 21 goals and 50 assists for Port Washington, which lost to Massapequa in the Nassau Class A final. Rosen had one goal and four assists to spark a late-game comeback in a triple-overtime win over Syosset in the semifinals.
Garden City, committed to USC
The USC-bound senior anchored a quick, aggressive and stout Garden City defense that allowed just 6.2 goals per game and gave up double figures just twice en route to a second straight New York State Class B title.
Garden City, committed to Loyola
The Loyola-bound senior was a stalwart in the cage for the Trojans. She made 164 saves and came up biggest in the biggest games of the year, including 11 in the Nassau ‘B’ final against Long Beach and 10 in the New York State Class B final against Fayetteville-Manlius
ALL-LONG ISLAND GIRLS LACROSSE HONORABLE MENTION
Garden City, committed to West Point
South Side, committed to Stony Brook
Eastport-South Manor, committed to Siena
Garden City, committed to Marist
Oceanside, committed to Syracuse
ARDEN TIERNEY (Sophomore)
Sacred Heart, verbally committed to Richmond
BRIANNA CARRASQUILLO (Sophomore)
Rocky Point, verbally committed to Yale
MACKENZIE HOEG (Freshman)
RILEY HOEG (Sophomore)
Mattituck, verbally committed to Virginia
SOPHIA LOCICERO (Junior)
Lynbrook, committed to East Carolina
Middle Country, committed to LIU-Brooklyn
Middle Country, committed to LIU-Brooklyn
LIANA MCDONNELL (Sophomore)
Garden City, vebally committed to Stanford
KELLY-ANN MCGRATH (Freshman)
Wantagh, committed to UMass-Amherst
Baldwin, committed to Stony Brook
MADISON SANCHEZ (Junior)
Rocky Point, verbally committed to Maryland
ISABELLE SMITH (Freshman)
Westhampton, verbally committed to Boston College
Cold Spring Harbor, committed to Boston College
SARAH REZNICK (Junior)
Long Beach, verbally committed to Florida