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Honoring the 2019 All-Phillylacrosse South Jersey Girls’ Team

Sunday, 29th December 2019

Categories All-Phillylacrosse.com, Girl's/Women's, High School  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 8/27/19, Re-Posted 12/29/19

We honor the 2019 All-Phillylacrosse.com Girls’ Team for South Jersey:

Player of the Year: Moorestown senior defender and All-American/South Jersey Coaches Defender of the Year Delaney Lawler, who helped lead the Quakers to the Group 3 state title and a berth in the Tournament of Champions finals.

Coaches of the Year: Moorestown’s Colleen Hancox, who in her first season guided the Quakers to the New Jersey Group 3 championship and into the Tournament of Champions final.

Attack
Tori Accardo, Eastern, Sr. – Helped lead Vikings to South Jersey Group 4 title game … Had 59 goals … Signed with Cincinnati.
Caroline Beckett, Haddonfield, Sr. – Helped lead Haddons to Group 2 state championship … Had 73 goals, 40 assists … Committed to Catholic.
Janey Galski, Moorestown, Jr. – Helped lead Quakers to Group 3 championship and TOC final … Had 39 goals … Committed to Rutgers.
Gianna Monaco, Lenape, Fr. – Had 86 goals, 147 groundballs and 107 draw controls.
Ashley Nutt, Moorestown, Sr. – Helped lead Quakers to Group 3 championship and TOC final … Had 39 goals, 40 assists … Signed with Monmouth.
Hailey Russo, Clearview Regional, Soph. – US Lacrosse All-American, SJ Coaches Attacker of the Year … Had 64 goals.
Kate Walsh, Camden Catholic, Jr. – Helped lead CC to SJ Group 2 title game … Had 90 goals, 23 assists.

Midfielders
McKenzie Blake, Haddonfield, Soph. – US Lacrosse All-American, SJ Coaches Co-Midfielder of the Year … Helped lead Haddons to Group 2 state championship … Before knee injury, in 10 games she had 44 goals, 12 assists, 77 draw controls, 23 caused turnovers.
Ashley Campo, Haddonfield, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, Academic All-American … Had 62 goals, 39 assists … Helped lead Haddons to Group 2 state championship … Signed with Rutgers.
Gabi Connor, Haddonfield, Sr. – Helped lead Haddons to Group 2 state championship … Had 61 goals, 43 assists … Committed to Gettysburg.
Danielle Donoghue, Ocean City, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American … Helped lead Red Raiders to South Jersey Group 3 championship game … Had 66 goals, 55 assists … Signed with Mount St. Mary’s.
Kayla Frank, Moorestown, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, SJ Coaches Co-Midfielder of the Year … Helped lead Moorestown to Group 3 championship and TOC final … Had 37 goals, 15 assists … Signed with Virginia Tech.
Kara Heck, Eastern, Jr. – US Lacrosse All-American … Had 51 goals, 37 assists … Committed to play field hockey at Boston College.
Avery Jaffe, Moorestown, Jr. – Helped lead Quakers to Group 3 championship and TOC final … Had 40 goals, Committed to Maryland.
Dani Mlkvy, Eastern, Sr. – Helped lead Vikings to South Jersey Group 4 title game … Signed with Cincinnati.
Kira Sides, Middle Township, Jr. – Helped lead Panthers to the South Jersey Group II semifinals … Had 105 goals, 37 assists … Committed to La Salle.
Cassidy Spilis, Seneca, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American … Helped lead Seneca to SJ Group 3 semifinals … Had 97 goals, 21 assists … Signed with Rutgers.

Defense
Wayden Ay, Haddonfield, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, Academic All-American … Helped lead Haddons to Group 2 state championship … Had 36 goals. 22 assists … Signed with Georgetown.
Madison Cowdin, Eastern, Sr. – Helped lead Vikings to South Jersey Group 4 title game … Signed with Central Connecticut State.
Julia Dalmass, Moorestown, Sr. – Helped lead Quakers to Group 3 championship and TOC final … Signed with Elon.
Delaney Lawler, Moorestown, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, SJ Coaches Defender of the Year … Helped lead Quakers to Group 3 state championship and TOC final … Signed to play field hockey at Ohio State.

Goalie
Logan Lillie, Moorestown, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American … Helped lead Quakers to Group 3 championship and TOC final … Signed with Northwestern.
Ashley Vernon, Shawnee, Sr. – US Lacrosse All-American, SJ Coaches Goalie of the Year … Helped lead Renegades to 13-7 record … Had 195 saves … Signed with East Carolina.


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