February 22, 2024

MA/RI National Tournament Teams

US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament – Schoolgirls’ Division
Massachusetts/Rhode Island Region (Formerly Lower New England)

US Lacrosse will hold the 2022 National Schoolgirls Tournament on Saturday, May 28th and 29th at Cedar Lane Park in Bel Air, Maryland. In its 88th year, this historic tournament features competition between top regional teams and it continues to be both an honor to represent your region and a recruiting opportunity for participating athletes.

The MA/RI region will be fielding 3 teams at USLWNT of about 22 players in 2022. We will also name alternates.

Saturday, May 29 and Sunday, May 30, 2022
Cedar Lane Park in Bel Air, Maryland

Massachusetts/Rhode Island Regional Tryout Details
Sunday, April 24th, 2022
Medway High School, 88 Summer Street, Medway, MA 02053
Tryout fee: $60 (non-refundable), due by Venmo or mail-in check in advance
*Tryout registration will close on Wednesday, April 20th;  Please note that players must be nominated by their high school coach in order to tryout.


Every Varsity high school coach will have the opportunity to nominate up to FOUR field players and ONE goalkeeper from their program to attend MA/RI regional tryouts. Once you have decided who in your program to nominate, you will need to send them the tryout registration link (link is at the bottom of this email).

  • Current Varsity players in grades 9-11 are eligible for nomination. In order to keep tryouts as competitive and fair as possible, we ask that coaches are selective when nominating and only send their top athletes who are ready to compete at the national stage.
  • Please encourage your athletes to register early as we can only accommodate 200 field players at tryouts this year. Please also talk to your players about the position for which they register. They will be evaluated and placed on teams according to this position.
  • Additionally, US Lacrosse continues to rule that committed players cannot be rostered below the first team in any region. Committed players who fall in the evaluation process on our second team will be bumped off of rosters to create opportunities for non-committed players. If a player commits after registering for tryouts, we ask that they make the regional chair aware of their commitment as soon as possible.

Massachusetts and Rhode Island high school coaches are asked to consider volunteering their time as a tryout selector or tournament team coach.  If you are interested and available to serve as a selector at tryouts or would like to be considered for a team coach position, please complete the applications by using the links below.  If you have any questions, please contact Anne Sheridan Quigley at annesquigley@yahoo.com.

  • Click here to apply to be an evaluator at tryouts.
  • Click here to apply to coach at the USLWNT.

Nominate your players: Be sure to check out the guidelines outlined in this email. In order to nominate your players to tryout, you will need to send them an email with the link below. They will click on the link and register for tryouts. The last day to register is Wednesday, April 20th. Send this link to your player nominations for tryout registration!

2017 US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament  – Schoolgirls’ Division
Massachusetts/Rhode Island Region (Formerly Lower New England)

Congratulations to all players and coaches who represented Massachusetts/Rhode Island at the 2017 US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament!  Mass/RI 1 defeated Philly 1 15-13 to win the top flight, the Onondaga division.  Mass/RI 2 defeated Hudson Valley 12-2 to capture the Seneca division championship.  Mass/RI 3 defeated Mass/RI 4 8-7 to take home the Mohawk division championship!

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — With the lacrosse world focused on New England this weekend for the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse Championships, it was only fitting that a New England contingent stole the show at the US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament.

The Massachusetts/Rhode Island teams won three of the eight flights at the tournament, including the top flight, with Massachusetts/Rhode Island pulling away late to beat Philadelphia 15-13 in the Onondoga Division to win the Val Walchak Trophy. It was the first championship for a New England team in the event since Kenzie Kent (Boston College) and Maeve McMahon (Harvard) led Lower New England to the Onondaga title in 2012.  Click here to read more.