December 4, 2023

MA/RI Teams

2019 US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament – Schoolgirls’ Division
Massachusetts/Rhode Island Region

Congratulations to those selected to represent the Massachusetts/Rhode Island region at the 2019 US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament.  “There’s more championships coming to New England.  Massachusetts/Rhode Island captured three of the divisional titles on Sunday at the US Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament in Bel Air, Maryland, capping an impressive two-day showing at the historic all-star event that features squads from all parts of the country.”    Click here to read more!

Massachusetts/Rhode Island 1 defeated Long Island Metro 1, 12-4, to claim the Val Walchak Trophy as the champion of the tournament’s top flight, the Onondaga Division.  Yale commit and Concord-Carlisle (Mass.) junior Fallon Vaughn was named the Heather Leigh Albert winner as the outstanding player.  In the Seneca Division, Massachusetts/Rhode Island 2 beat New Jersey South 1 to win 10-9.  In the Oneida Division, Massachusetts/Rhode Island 3 defeated Long Island Metro 3, 10-7.



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.