Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season.
Players of the Year
Division 1: Notre Dame (Hingham)
Dalton recorded 76 goals, 79 ground balls, 69 draw controls, and forced 61 turnovers in her final season, leading the Cougars to the Division 1 state title. The midfielder was named an Under Armour All-American and will play for the University of Notre Dame next year.
Division 2: Winchester
The senior netted a career-high 91 goals and 55 assists to push her career totals to 290 goals and 163 assists. The three-time Middlesex League All-Star and first-team EMass All-Star helped the Sachems capture the Division 2 North title. She will attend Harvard University.
Arnold recorded 71 goals and 19 assists to lead the Chieftains to the Cape Ann League title. She was named the CAL Player of the Year as well as a first-team All-American and first-team EMass All-Star. Arnold will attend the University of Florida.
The senior co-captain was a Tri-Valley League and first-team EMass All-Star. The midfielder amassed 48 goals and 39 assists this season to help the Wolverines reach the Division 1 South final. She plans to compete for Harvard University in the fall.
The Boston College-bound midfielder ends her career with 400 total points (284 goals, 116 assists). In her final season as a Hiller, Chandler tallied 71 goals, 31 assists, 62 draw controls, and caused 28 turnovers. She is a two-time first-team All-American and member of the National Honor Society.
The two-time Northeastern Conference MVP and Under Armour All-American led the Magicians to the Division 2 North final and 19-3-1 record. The senior finished her career with 272 points (165 goals, 107 assists) and will play defense for Trinity College next year.
The midfielder has already amassed more than 300 points through three seasons and was named a first-team All-American and first-team EMass All-Star. A member of the National Honor Society with a 4.0 GPA, Conley is committed to play lacrosse at Fairfield University.
St. Paul’s, junior
Crutchfield capped her junior season at St. Paul’s as the ISL MVP and was named a US Lacrosse All-American for the third straight season. She had 68 goals and 51 assists for the Pelicans, helping the team to an undefeated season.
Friend repeated as IGC MVP in lacrosse as a senior, finishing the season with a league-leading 16 assists and 41 goals scored. The five-year starter is a three-time New England Prep School All-Star and was never carded in her playing career.
The Highlanders goalie finished this season with a save percentage of 61. She was named an All-American for the second straight season and Eastern Independent League MVP for the third time. She will play lacrosse at James Madison next year.
The Tri-Valley League All-Star led her team with 90 goals and 40 assists to help the Wolverines reach the Division 1 South final. The junior, who plays for the Mass Elite club lacrosse team, plans to attend the University of North Carolina.
Mary Beth Irwin
Following in her mother’s and sister’s footsteps, Irwin earned her own All-Scholastic honors. In her senior season, she scored 40 goals and 20 asssists on her way to the IGC co-MVP award. She will play at Stevens Institute of Technology next year.
The Merrimack Valley Conference Player of the Year amassed 52 goals this season and her 65 assists set a school record. She graduates with 151 goals and 132 assists. An All-MVC field hockey and ice hockey player, she will play lacrosse for UMass next year.
The junior goalkeeper helped lead the Flyers to the Division 1 North semifinals. The Bay State Conference All-Star and honor roll student kept her team’s goals-against average just below 10 goals a game en route to posting a 15-6 overall record.
The senior attacker led the Grey Ghosts to an undefeated regular season record and trip to the Division 1 state tournament. With 108 goals and 33 assists, she pushed her career total to 420 points. Mongillo will play for Villanova University next year.Continued...