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Chloe Page of Anderson (Texas) High School.

USA Lacrosse High School Girls' Players of the Week

March 27, 2024
USA Lacrosse Magazine Staff
Daniele Van Den Bossche

The USA Lacrosse Players of the Week recognize the most outstanding individual performances in high school girls’ lacrosse in each of the five regions — Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West — outlined in our high school coverage. Games are considered from the previous Monday through Sunday.


Evelyn Nelson, Sleepy Hollow (N.Y.)

Evelyn Nelson proved in Sleepy Hollow’s (N.Y.) first game of the season the junior attacker has a flair for the dramatic. The captain of the Horsemen, who reached the 100-goal plateau as a sophomore, won the draw and scored the equalizing goal with seven seconds left in regulation to force overtime and then stripped the ball from an opponent and netted the overtime winner in an 18-17 victory over Rye Neck (N.Y.).

Nelson, who has been on varsity since eighth grade and is a standout field hockey player, had nine goals and one assist in the victory.

“Well beyond her statistics, Evelyn is a true player, always guiding less experienced teammates with her positive mindset,” Sleepy Hollow head coach Mike Marchese said. “She leads by example with a next-level competitiveness, stoic composure and passionate love of the sport.”

Also notable: Keira Bloch, East Islip (N.Y.); Jojo Degl, John Jay-Cross River (N.Y.); Abby Dold, Ursuline (N.Y.); Nicky Einhorn, Briarcliff (N.Y.); Cam Stackhouse, Kennedy Catholic (N.Y.)

— Dylan Butler


Sophia Stoltz, Stone Ridge (Md.)

Stoltz, a junior committed to North Carolina, scored six goals, had two assists and won five draw controls in a 17-11 win over Greenwich Academy (Conn.). She followed that game up with four goals and an assist in a 13-6 win over Notre Dame Prep (Md.). Stoltz has been turning heads with her play every week this season.

Also notable: Kira Balis, St. Paul’s (Md.); Alyssa Chung, Severna Park (Md.); Avery Le, Episcopal (Pa.); Reese MacIntosh, Southern Lehigh (Pa.); Mia Maurer, St. Anne’s-Belfield (Va.); Lily Preston, Glenelg Country Day (Md.)

— Justin Feil


Chloe Page, Anderson (Texas)

Anderson is off to an unbeaten start and Chloe Page is contributing in a big way. She currently has 37 points in six games, leading her team. Last week, Page had three goals and seven assists versus Woodlands (Texas). She then added six goals and two assists against Dripping Springs (Texas). She is committed to go to Cincinnati.

Also notable: Katie Fisher, Plant (Fla.); Elektra Koulouris, Weddington High School (N.C.)

— Justin Boggs


Lexi Larsen, Indian Hill (Ohio)

Larsen is a major reason the Braves are undefeated to start the season, including an overtime game-winner against Springboro (Ohio). All told, the senior and South Florida commit has 23 goals and 25 draw controls through four games.

Also notable: Mileena Cotter, Salem (Mich.); Maeve Farrell, Lake Forest (Ill.); Brenna Hefferman, Olentangy Liberty (Ohio); Tori Maurer, Upper Arlington (Ohio); Ellie McClelland, New Albany (Ohio); Sophie Mock, Carmel (Ind.); Jocelyn Park, Loyola Academy (Ill.); Dylan Yonover, Kentucky Country Day (Ky.)

— Jonah Rosenblum


Eleri Colon, St. Ignatius (Calif.)

Senior middie Colon (John Hopkins) registered nine goals, one assist, 13 draw controls, two caused turnovers and one ground ball across the Wildcats’ three games last week. Colon also competes with club lacrosse team STEPS California.

Also notable: Sage Barden, Oak Ridge (Calif.); Katie Brosseau, Camas (Wash.); Zoe Martin (Colo.); Olivia Navone, San Ramon Valley (Calif.)

— Theresa Palmquist