June 17, 2024

MA/RI Teams

2024 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 2024 USA Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament.  USA Lacrosse recaps the incredible weekend here.

“This year’s tournament, the 91st annual playing of the National Tournament, featured more than 1,000 of the nation’s top girls’ high school lacrosse players. The players came from 27 states, representing regional all-star teams. Champions were crowned in each of the six divisions.

For the fourth time in the last six years, the Massachusetts/Rhode Island region won the top division at the USA Lacrosse Women’s National Tournament. Massachusetts/Rhode Island 1 blanked Washington 17-0 in the championship game of the Red Division at WRAL Soccer Park on Sunday.

In the most competitive championship game of the day, DC Metro 2 defeated Massachusetts/Rhode Island 2 on a last-minute goal, 10-9.  Massachusetts/Rhode Island 3 defeated New Hampshire 1 by 14-8 score in the Yellow Division championship game.”


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.