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All-Delco Girls Lacrosse: Quinn, Lord were stalwarts for Radnor

In addition to Daily Times Player of the Year Emily Mathewson of Garnet Valley, the rest of the All-Delco girls lacrosse team includes:

Laura Pansini, Agnes Irwin: The senior attacker became the Agnes Irwin record holder for career points (328) despite missing her sophomore season with an ACL tear. The All-American posted 69 goals and 50 assists as the Owls captured their third straight Inter-Ac title. She will continue her career at Princeton.

Laura Winters, Haverford: The junior attacker recorded 52 goals, 13 assists, 38 ground balls and 23 caused turnovers in helping the Fords advance to the second round of the District One tournament. Her tremendous season resulted in an All-Central League selection. Said coach Nancy McGoldrick: “Laura is committed to the game and is one of the hardest-working players on the field.” Winters has committed to La Salle.

Sam Swart, Archbishop Carroll: The junior midfielder netted 50 goals on the way to helping the Patriots win their 16th consecutive Catholic League title. She was named MVP of the Catholic League and an All-American. A Philly 1 National Tournament member the last three years, Swart has committed to playing at Syracuse.

Julia Hondros, Episcopal Academy: The senior midfielder scored 60 goals and registered a school record 113 draw controls to lead the Churchwomen to the Pennsylvania Independent Schools Athletic Association championship. She won nine draws in the title game against Agnes Irwin. The All-American and All-Inter-Ac League honoree will continue her career at Brown.

Kara Nakrasius, Garnet Valley: The senior midfielder was a stabilizing force for the Jaguars over the last three years as both an offensive and defensive player. She was named All-American after helping the Jaguars make the District One and PIAA semifinal round. The Temple commit was an all-around performer who excelled on draw controls, forcing turnovers and playmaking.

Caroline Allen, Notre Dame: The senior midfielder led the Irish in goals (61), assists (24) and points (85). She had 71 draw controls and 43 ground balls. Allen was named All-American and All-Inter-Ac League after leading the Irish to the PAISSA semifinals and a 12-win campaign. She will continue her career at Cornell.

Fallon Quinn, Radnor: The senior midfielder was the catalyst for the Raiders, who captured the District One title and advanced to the PIAA final. She led the team in draw controls (76), ground balls (63) and caused turnovers (38). The All-American and All-Central League selection had 38 goals and nine assists. She will continue her career at Columbia.

Bridget Whitaker, Springfield: The junior midfielder was the top performer on a Cougars team that posted 17 wins and advanced to the second round of the District One playoffs. She was named to the All-America and All-Central League teams after scoring 47 goals while recording 39 assists and 74 draw controls. She has made a verbal commitment to Temple. Said coach Keith Broome: “She is one of the best all-around players that I have coached in my 20 years.”

Kate White, Agnes Irwin: The senior defender was a two-way threat for the Owls. A two-time All-Delco and All-American, she was a four-time All-Inter-Ac League honoree and named to the Under Armour All-Star Team. The Dartmouth recruit ended her career with 153 ground balls, 188 draw controls, 157 caused turnovers and 33 goals.

Abby Lord, Radnor: The senior defender fueled a powerful Raiders defensive unit and was a big reason for the team’s 20-win campaign that resulted in a District One title. She had 32 draw controls, 34 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers, while adding 12 goals and five assists. The All-American and All-Central League selection will play at Richmond.

Julianne Clemens, Springfield: The junior goalie was considered the best player at her position in Delco. She earned All-Central League recognition after posting a 56 save percentage for the season. Clemens was excellent in wins over top programs including Radnor, Garnet Valley and Archbishop Carroll. She was named to the Pennsylvania Area Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association team for the national tournament.

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