|In a recent NJ.com article, Moorestown Glax ranks as the # 1 program in the state for producing D1 players, with 27 current Quakers populating rosters. Summit is second with 18.
Moorestown is ranked # 15 in the Nike/US Lacrosse Magazine National Rankings for April 11, 2018.
Inside Lacrosse Magazine has the Quakers ranked # 11 in the 2018 season national top 25.
NJ.Com has Moorestown ranked # 2 in NJ.
Phillylacrosse.com has Moorestown ranked # 2 in the Philadelphia area ranking of teams.
Congratulations to Emily Brooks, Robin Panzarella and Kacey Knobloch for being elected Captains for the 2018 season.
2018 will be the 60th year of Girls Lacrosse at Moorestown High School, one of the oldest programs in the country. 1958-2018
Moorestown Girls Lacrosse players are leaders of their college teams. So many of our alums move on to have great careers but also are high character student athletes as chosen by their teammates.
Melanie Becker - Vanderbilt
Jessie Button - Holy Cross
Lawson Hayes - Norwich
Marie McCool - North Carolina
Tristan McGinley - Virginia Tech
Kayla Pruitt - Vanderbilt
Kierstyn Voiro - Lehigh
Congratulations to Tristan McGinley, MGlax '14 and Virginia Tech for being added to the Tewaarton Trophy watch list, emblematic of the nation's top women's lacrosse player. She joins UNC's Marie McCool. Both were senior teammates on the MGlax team that won a third straight NJ Tournament of Champions Title and 77 straight games.
2017 - Moorestown finished rated as the # 17 ranked team in Inside Lacrosse Magazine national rankings, # 11 USA Today Super 25, #14 in LaxPower, # 17 Toplaxrecruits.com and # 18 in US Lacrosse Magazine's 2017 national ratings, # 1 in the Philadelphia area ratings and # 5 in NJ.
Congratulations to Marie McCool, MGlax '14 and UNC All American on winning the World Cup with her USA teammates!
Moorestown finished the 2016 season ranked #16 nationally in MaxPreps national rankings.
Moorestown finished the 2015 season ranked #25 in the Nike/Lacrosse Magazine National rankings, the lowest finish in 19 years.
Moorestown # 1 Congratulations to the Moorestown Quakers, voted 2014 Public School National Champions by Brine/Top Lax Recruits.com.
LaxPower.com lists Moorestown # 3 in it's final poll, # 2 in the coach's poll and # 1 Public School in the nation for 2014.
Student Sports FAB 50 lists Moorestown # 2 in it's final National Poll.
Congratulations to Deanna Knobloch on being selected Woman of the Year by the
NJ Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women during the National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
Moorestown finished # 1 in the 2013 Laxpower.com national computer rankings, ahead of McDonogh, SSSA and St. Anthony's.
Congratulations to the Moorestown Quakers, the # 1 ranked Public High School in the country as rated by Toplaxrecruits.com!!!
Toplaxrecruits.com has Moorestown ranked # 2 in it's final national rankings of 2013.
LaxPower.com has Moorestown ranked # 2 overall as they finished second behind McDonogh.
Phillylacrosse.com ranked Moorestown # 1 for the second straight season, edging out Harriton, the Pa. State Champion.
Nike/Lacrosse Magazine's final national ranking for 2013 has Moorestown at # 5.
2012 National Lacrosse Coach of The Year by the NFHS: Deanna Knobloch
Lacrosse Magazine's August issue, ESPN Rise, LaxPower, Inside Lacrosse Magazine and MaxPrep all named Moorestown the # 2 team in their final 2012 top 25 national poll.
Moorestown finished in the # 2 and # 1 spot in the 2013 National Rankings making this the 14th consecutive year finishing in the country's top ten. The only team to ever achieve this honor.
CURRENT COLLEGE COACHES (MHS ALUMNI)
Taylor Chumney, AC - UNC
Rachel Emerson, AC - Rowan
Kateri Linville, HC - Delaware
Chelsea Gamble, AC - Stanford
Jenna Slowey, AC - Richmond
Cathy Swezey, HC - Vanderbilt
High School Coaches:
Brooke Cantwell, HC Williamstown HS
Courtney Legath Darling, Moorestown HS
Sara Shelley, HC - Rancocas Valley HS
Xan Weitzel, HC - Acad. of Notre Dame, Pa
Erika McCool, AC - Haddon Twp.
Julie McGrory, HC - Shawnee HS
Lyndsay Lauer Pasi, AC Delran HS
Virginia Weber, HC Scotch Plains-Fanwood HS
Colleen Dalon Hancox - SJS Girls Director
Denise Wescott - Recruiting Coord. Capital Lacrosse Club
Annie McGinley - Director Charlotte Style
HC, Weddington HS
Moorestown is the winningest lacrosse program in the nation over the last 19 years. The girls have won 93% of their games. There are over 3,000 high school sanctioned girls teams playing lacrosse in the US, having just passed field hockey in total numbers.
From 1999 to 2015, the girls program has finished # 12, # 5, # 1, # 1, # 3, # 2, # 3, # 2, # 4, # 5, # 7, # 5, # 10, # 2, # 2, # 2 and # 18 nationally in consecutive seasons, including three straight years (2012, '13, '14) being recognized as the nation's # 1 Public School.
|By the numbers|
|From 2000 until 5/24/10 Moorestown won 228 straight games versus N.J. teams.
The Quakers won ten (X) straight Tournament of Champions titles from 2000-2009 and 20 overall since the tournament started in 1976.
Moorestown played in 12 straight NJ State TOC title games, a feat never accomplished in any sport. **The TOC winner is the true state champion regardless of school size. Recently, the NJSIAA has crowned four Group Champions who play for the TOC crown. Prior to this, the state crowned North and South A and B Champions, large and small schools respectively who played down to one final champion. Preceeding 2006, the NJ State Champion won every game regardless of school size and seedings were done purely by record. All have been acknowleded as the TOC Champion.
From 2000 to present, Moorestown is 413-29.
Coach Knobloch's record in her 27th year stands at 543-44-4, the most coaching victories in NJ history.
From 2000-2003, Moorestown won 82 consecutive games.
From 2012-2015, Moorestown won 88 consecutive games, breaking their previous NJ record.
Congrats to the following girls on their lacrosse commitments to their respective colleges. As of 8/18/16.
Verbal Commits 2018:
Emily Breischneider - Kean
Emily Brooks - Vanderbilt
Cailin Field - Notre Dame
Ava Frantz - James Madison
Kacey Knobloch - James Madison
Francesca Li - Wesleyan
Robin Panzarella - Penn
Kaley Ryan - Muhlenberg
Colette Smith - Tufts
Natalie Voiro - Virginia Commonwealth
Verbal Commits 2017:
Emily Culbertson - Holy Cross
Nicki Dadino - Vanderbilt
Megan Gorman - Montclair St.
Paige Greer - Catholic
Brielle Huddy - Claremont McKenna
Quinn Nicolai - Penn State
Courtney Nutt - Monmouth
Brittney Wright - Richmond
Verbal Commits 2016:
Olivia Alvarez - Jacksonville
Jessie Britton - Bucknell
Julia Bolte - Oregon
Claire D'Antonio - Delaware
Lawson Hayes - Norwich
Christine Kirmsee - Catholic
Jenna Martinelli - Rutgers
Annika Nissen - Colorado
Allison Rorhbach - Wagner
Genie Santarpio - Jacksonville
Verbal Commits 2015:
Melanie Becker - Vanderbilt
Courtney Bodine - LaSalle
Abbey Brooks - Rutgers
Jess Button - Holy Cross
Miranda Chrone - TCNJ
Gabby Cooper - Catholic
Keira Dalmass - Connecticut
Kristen Gorman - Moravian
Maggie Handlan - Michigan
Alex O'Donnell - Brown
Adriana Pendino - Michigan
Skye Slater - York
Emily Troy - Gettysburg
Frankie Angeleri - Vanderbilt
Jess Dadino - Vanderbilt
Sydney Dalmass - Michigan
Anne Keim - Delaware
Lauren Martinelli - Fairfield
Marie McCool - UNC
Tristan McGinley - Virginia Tech
Kayla Pruitt - Vanderbilt
Kierstyn Voiro - Lehigh
Megan Bianco - Marquette
Mary Flick - William and Mary
Gabby Frank - Franklin & Marshall
Alicia Geiter - Coastal Carolina
Shannon Keeler - Gettysburg
Megan Kelly - UPenn
Margaret Nissen - Rutgers
Maura Talvacchia - Presbyterian
Amanda Zajac - Brown
Emily Cooper - Chestnut Hill
Amanda Currell - Rutgers
Haleigh Dalmass - USC
Lindsay Goldblatt - Colgate
Elizabeth Johnson - Lehigh
Nikki McMonagle - Rutgers
Marissa Randazzo - Fairfield
Carly Taglienti - Washington & Lee
Steph Toy - Notre Dame
Christian Acker - Longwood
Bridget Bianco - Northwestern
Rachel Emerson - Rowan
Sheri Fauvell - Marist
Nicole Laitner - Catholic
Erin McAfee - Penn State
Nikki Shapiro - Villanova
Pinky Schneider - Widener
Amanda Ayers - Bucknell
Jenna Dougherty - William & Mary
Brianne Jones - Santa Clara
Kate Keim - McDaniel
Katrina Martinelli - Rutgers
Claire MacDougall - Rutgers
Erika McCool - Oregon
Kelsey Miller - Rutgers
Loren Pruitt - Gettysburg
Paige Schlesinger - Colgate
Jenna Slowey - Fairfield
Mary Tokolish - McDaniel
Sarah Weber - Virginia (Field Hockey)
Sam Dalmass - Lafayette
Jenna Hildebrand - Florida
Alyssa Ogle - Duke
Karli Tobin - Jacksonville
Kelley Bartlett, Richmond Univ.
Winnie Call, Yale Univ.
Bridget Callahan, Penn State Univ.
Kelly Corcoran, Catholic Univ.
Jen Linder, Washington & Lee
Lindsay Lauer, College of N.J.
Morgan Miller, Lehigh Univ.
Kristen McAfee, Maryland (soccer and lacrosse)
Annie McGinley, Rutgers Univ.
Julianna Toscani, Penn State
Sasha Teubens, Centenary Coll.
Virginia Weber, Loyola Univ.
Erin Bigley, George Mason U.
Brooke Bohling, U. Of Cal-Berkeley
Taylor Chumney, U. of North Carolina
Chelsea Gamble, George Mason U.
Giulia Giordano, Univ. Of Penn.
Kate Korson, American Univ.
Gracia Sporer, St. Josephs Univ.
Alexis Brennan, Univ. of Richmond
Brooke Cantwell, Rutgers Univ.
Jess Davis, Rutgers Univ.
Shawn Evans, Monmouth Univ.
Kelsey Honeyford, George Washington Univ.
Jen Ingalls, Lehigh Univ.
Lauren McAfee, Towson Univ.
Erika Page, Rutgers Univ.
Blair Santaspirt, Notre Dame
Xan Weitzel, Boston Univ.
|2017 Season Schedule & to-date Stats 20 - 3 - 0|
|Day / Date / Time / Location||Opponent||Results|
|Wed.||Mar. 29||5:30PM||Away||Rumson Fair Haven||10 - 7 W||In a battle of top 5 NJ teams, Moorestown defeated Rumson 10-7 at the Jersey Shore behind Quinn Nicolai's seven goals and a stout defense.|
|Mon.||Apr. 03||4:15PM||Home||Holmdel||18 - 1 W||Moorestown defeated Monmouth County foe Holmdel 18-1 without the seniors who are away on their senior trip.|
|Sat.||Apr. 08||12:00PM||Home||West Deptford||17 - 1 W||Moorestown defeated the Eagles from West Deptford 17-1 as no one offensive player scored more than one goal apiece.|
|Mon.||Apr. 10||5:30PM||Away||Hunterdon Central||16 - 5 W||Moorestown played a very athletic and aggressive Red Devil team from Hunterdon Central and won 16-5. The defense was on point forcing Central into many mistakes and keeping them from driving to the cage the whole game.|
|Wed.||Apr. 12||3:30PM||Home||Bridgewater||8 - 14 L||Bridgewater, NJ's # 2 ranked team played with poise and convincingly beat the # 3 Quakers 14-8. The Panthers are an outstanding team led by a veteran group of seniors.|
|Sat.||Apr. 15||10:00AM||Home||Abington||13 - 2 W||Moorestown played its most complete game of the season defeating the Ghosts of Abington, Pa., 13-2, winning draw 13-2 and rarely allowing the visitors to bring the ball up the field in transition.|
|Mon.||Apr. 17||5:00PM||Away||Haddonfield||16 - 7 W||Moorestown defeated the Bulldogs of Haddonfield 16-7 as Robin Panzarella led the way with four goals and Quinn Nicolai contributed three goals and eight draw controls. Kayla Frank also had three goals, three draws and three ground balls.|
|Tue.||Apr. 18||10:00PM||Home||Rancocas Valley||13 - 3 W||Moorestown played a sloppy game but managed to come away with a 13-3 win over Rancocas Valley.|
|Sat.||Apr. 22||2:00PM||Away||Garden City||11 - 8 W||Moorestown knocked off New York's # 1 team and top five nationally ranked Trojans of Garden City 11-8 in the Gains For Brains Benefit at Cold Spring Harbor High School on Long Island, where 16 of the nations top teams competed. |
|Mon.||Apr. 24||3:45PM||Away||Shawnee||12 - 3 W||Moorestown defeated Shawnee 12-3 in the annual Black and Blue rivalry game. This marks Moorestown's 25th win out of the last 26 times the two teams have met.|
|Thu.||Apr. 27||4:30PM||Away||Notre Dame||19 - 1 W||Moorestown took on the Irish of Notre Dame and came away with a resounding 19-1 victory in Lawrenceville.|
|Sat.||Apr. 29||1:00PM||Away||Ridgewood||2 - 11 L||NJ's current #1 ranked team, disposed of the #4 Quakers 11-2 in dominant fashion.|
|Mon.||May. 01||4:00PM||Home||Ocean City||19 - 9 W||Moorestown defeated the Red Raiders from Ocean City 19-9, upending the best team in the Cape Atlantic League.|
|Wed.||May. 03||4:15PM||Home||Holy Cross||16 - 7 W||Moorestown defeated the Holy Cross Lancers 16-7 on Senior Night.|
|Sat.||May. 06||4:30PM||Home||Ridge||18 - 4 W||Moorestown took down Ridge in late afternoon action 18-4 as nine different girls scored.|
|Tue.||May. 09||4:00PM||Home||Agnes Irwin||16 - 8 W||Moorestown made a miraculous comeback, down 7-3 at half to score 13 straight goals and defeat Agnes Irwin of Pennsylvania 16-8.|
|Fri.||May. 12||4:00PM||Home||Lawrenceville Prep||9 - 7 W||Moorestown defeated undefeated (18-0) Lawrenceville, who was also nationally ranked by a 9-7 score at home. |
|Tue.||May. 16||3:45PM||Home||Lenape||16 - 2 W||Moorestown knocked off previously undefeated Lenape 16-2 as both teams head into the NJ State Playoffs. Moorestown is the #1 team in South Jersey and the Philadelphia region.|
|19 - 0 W||Moorestown defeated Lacey 19-0 in the second round of the state tournament, South Group 3.
The best news of the game was Quinn Nicolai scoring her 200th career goal.|
|18 - 4 W||Moorestown defeated the Mustangs of Mainland 18-4 to advance to the South Jersety finals on Thursday.|
|11 - 7 W||Moorestown defeated Seneca for the SJ Group 3 title today 11-7. Moorestown played a lethargic and uninspired game but credit Seneca for controlling the tempo and forcing the Quakers to compete throughout the entire 50 minutes.|
|Tue.||May. 30||6:30PM||Away||Notre Dame
|15 - 4 W||Moorestown defeated Central Jersey Group 3 Champion Notre Dame 15-4 in the semi finals of the NJ Group 3 Playoffs. The Quakers now take on Summit for the NJ Group 3 Title on Saturday, 4pm at Kean University.|
|8 - 9 L||Two of the top teams in NJ and top 15 in the country squared off for the NJ Group 3 Championship at Kean University with Summit defeating Moorestown 9-8. |