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2015 All-Western New York girls lacrosse team

Player - School - Position - Class: Fast facts

Claire Herrmann, Hamburg A 11: Two-time first-teamer had 99 goals for a career total of 178; verbally committed to Le Moyne.

McKenna Rushford, Amherst M 11: Three-sport standout (field hockey, ice hockey) had 58 goals and 56 assists for Class C champs.

Jackie Dufresne, Frontier M 12: All-America honorable mention had 57 goals; headed to Division II Mercyhurst in Erie, Pa.

Carolyn Connors, Hamburg M 12: All-American had 61 goals, is strong on the draw and one-on-one defense; will play at Canisius.

Grace Gabriel, Lancaster M 12: Four-time first-teamer, five-time Section VI champ; school all-time scoring leader to play at Marquette.

Anna Orlando, Lancaster M 11: Scored 57 goals this season for Class A champs and is verbally committed to Army.

Olivia MacDonald, Mount St. Mary M 12: Msgr. Martin MVP had 51 goals (125 career); will play at St. Bonaventure next year.

Emma Falter, Niagara-Wheatfield M 12: Two-time first-teamer had 52 goals and 30 assists and will play for Albany.

Lindsay Hogan, Nichols M 11: Team MVP and third-year varsity player had 28 goals and nine assists; verbally committed to Yale.

Kara Marzo, Williamsville East M 12: 54 goals, 22 assists (106 and 55 for her career) in big year for Flames; headed to Colgate.

Kathryn Yoder, Amherst D 12: Two-time first-team All-Western New Yorker had 38 ground balls; will play at St. Bonaventure.

Riley Lucarelli, Lancaster D 11: Speedy defender had 37 ground balls; verbally committed to Canisius.

Grace Ruh, Orchard Park D 11: Strong lockdown defender had 33 ground balls for the Quakers; also plays tennis and basketball.

Jenna Haring, Lake Shore G 11: 60.0 save percentage and 182 saves made her Team MVP for Section VI Class C runners-up.