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Chloe Humphrey as a senior at Darien (Conn.) High School.

Chloe Humphrey Named USA Lacrosse High School Girls' Player of the Year

June 22, 2023
USA Lacrosse Magazine Staff
David G. Whitham

Chloe Humphrey, a senior attacker at Darien (Conn.), was named the USA Lacrosse High School Girls’ Player of the Year, USA Lacrosse Magazine announced Thursday.

Humphrey led Darien to its first unbeaten season in the perennial power’s program history. The North Carolina-bound attacker scored on 72 percent of her shots to finish with 103 goals while also dishing out 38 assists.

Her high school career ended with the game-winning goal with 1:13 left in the state championship game. 

Of all the outstanding players in Darien history, and there’s a lot of them, Humphrey is the best of them all, according to Hall of Fame coach Lisa Lindley.

“The reason I say that is she has all the intangibles,” Lindley said. “She has soft hands, she has an amazing shot. Her IQ is off the chart. She is not blazingly fast, but she’s quick and no one can cover her. You think you have her, and then you don’t.”

Humphrey, who is naturally also the Northeast Girls’ Player of the Year, is joined by four others recognized as regional players of the year.


Lindsey Devir, M, Ridgewood (N.J.), Sr.

Devir was a force at both ends of the field to guide Ridgewood to a title. The midfielder helped the Maroons win their first Group 4 state championship since 2019. Even the toughest teams could do little to slow down Devir, who finished second in the state in goals with 117 and also had 58 draw controls and 18 caused turnovers in her final season before heading to Stanford.


Alex Dorr, M, American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), Sr. 

Dorr’s importance grew after graduating last year’s National Player of the Year, Carli Fleisher. Dorr did a bit of everything for American Heritage-Delray to help win the state championship. She had 138 draw controls, 29 goals and 16 ground balls out of the midfield. She will continue her growth and development at Denver.


Emma Burke, M, Loyola Academy (Ill.), Jr.

Burke enjoyed a monster season in her second year in the midfield for Loyola. Winning 164 draw controls was only one way that she helped the Ramblers win the battle for possession. She also picked up 58 ground balls and caused 41 turnovers. On top of that, she scored 49 goals and assisted on 32 goals. Her play helped to carry Loyola back to the top of the state. The Michigan commit still has one more year with Loyola.


Charlotte Corkins, M, Colorado Academy (Colo.), Jr.

One year after a torn ACL injury ended her sophomore year, Corkins returned to the field and helped the Mustangs put together an unbeaten season for their eighth straight state title. Corkins was balanced on offense with 36 goals and 26 assists. She also won 59 draw controls and had 11 caused turnovers. She saved her best games for the stretch run of the season, and the North Carolina commit still has another high school season to go.