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QC 2019s go Undefeated at IWLCA Champions Cup
by posted 06/18/2018


2019s at Champions Cup

The Quaker City 2019s went undefeated for the 2nd weekend in a row going 4-0 at the IWLCA Junk Brands Capital Cup in steamy Midlothian, VA.  After enduring the painful traffic-filled car ride down to Richmond, the girls got their legs under them for an 8 PM game.  With the roar of the painfully loud Friday Night Races at the Southside Race Track next door making hearing the whistle almost impossible, the girls recovered from a slow start to pull away from a 3-1 Storm Elite squad 14-6.  On Saturday, the girls won both games in the heat, 13-7 over Dodgers Blue and a squeaker over LBC 7-6.  In their exciting getaway game on Sunday Morning, after Bay Area Lacrosse Club rallied to tie the game at 9, the team of Amelia Coursen and Emily Stewart controlled the last 3 draw controls resulting in 3 straight goals to close out the game 12-9.  

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QC 2018 Devin McClain named All American, Academic All American
by posted 06/12/2018


Devin in Action

Quaker City 2018 Devin McClain (Harriton) was named US Lacrosse All American, US Lacrosse Academic All American and was the PASLA (Philadelphia Area Schoolgirls Lacrosse Association) Co-Student Athlete of the Year.  Devin also earned 1st All Central Honors and was awarded Harriton's Defensive Player of the Year for an unprecedented 4th year in a row.  Devin also excelled in the classroom achieving a 4.87 GPA (5.0 Scale) over her time at Harriton.  Congratulations Devin!

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QC 2019 Wins The All American Tournament, 2020s Runnersup
by posted 06/11/2018


The 2019s with their

Congratulations to the Quaker City 2019 Team on winning The All American Tournament this past weekend at USTC in Downingtown.  The girls were undefeated (3-0) in pool play on Saturday.  On Sunday morning, they rolled past Team 380 in the semi-finals 12-5.  In the championship game, they sprinted out to an 8-2 lead and held off Team Ride Red, 8-4.  In a great effort, the Quaker City 2020s also made some noise in the tournament advancing all the way to the final before losing the championship game in a driving rain storm.  Congratulations to all of teams that competed in the tournament (2019, 2020, 2021, 2023, 2024/5) on a great start to the summer tournament season!   

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2019 GK Lauren Scott Earns 1st Team All Suburban One American
by posted 05/29/2018


Lauren in Action!

Quaker City 2019 GK Lauren Scott (Souderton) headlines the Suburban One American Conference First Team.  Lauren led her team to a place in the District 1 Playoffs.  The full list of Suburban One American All Conference Players can be found here--Suburban One All Conference.  Congratulations Lauren!

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2020 Curran McLaughlin earns 1st Team All Friends League
by posted 05/29/2018


Curran in Action!

Quaker City 2020 Curran McLaughlin (Germantown Friends) was named to the All Friends League First Team.   Her sister 2022 Annie was named Honorable Mention! The full list of All Friends League Players can be found here--All Friends League.  Congratulations Curran and Annie!

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QCs McClain, McDonough, Schwab head 13 All Central Selections
by posted 05/21/2018


Devin McClain vs. Penncrest

2018s Devin McClain (Harriton) and Molly McDonough (Harriton) along with 2019 Allie Schwab (Harriton) head the list of 13 Quaker City Players that were voted All Central League.  McClain, who will be continuing her education at Penn State in the fall and McDonough, who will be playing at Vermont earned first team honors.  Schwab, who also earned 1st team honors, is  junior and will return to Harriton next year.  2018 Ashley Roberts (Lower Merion, Vassar) and 2019 Katelin Williams (Harriton)were voted to the 2nd team. 2018s Morgan Pasquarello (Haverford, West Chester) and Izzy Meline (Lower Merion), 2019s Melissa Gingold (Lower Merion) and Emily Stewart (Harriton), and 2020s Lucy Dwyer (Harriton), Maddie Henderson (Harriton), Teresa Cato (Lower Merion) and Willa Hetznecker (Haverford) were all named Honorable Mention.  A list of all the Central League Honorees can be found at this link--ALL CENTRAL TEAM Congratulations to all the Girls!

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QC 2016 and Current Coach Mikaela Watson Lax Mag Cover
by posted 03/10/2018


Mikaela Watson

Congratulation to Quaker City 2016,  Stanford Player, and Current QC Coach Mikaela Watson for being featured on the cover of the current issue of Lacrosse Magazine.  You can read the article associated article about the growth of the PAC 12 conference at this link- Lax Magazine.  If you are a member of US Lacrosse, you also can read the article and see another picture of Mikaela in the magazine that was delivered to your house.  Great job Mikaela!

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QC 2020s Undefeated at the Mid Atlantic Showcase
by posted 11/16/2017


The 2020s

Congratulations to the Quaker City 2020s on going 3-0-1 at the Mid Atlantic Showcase at The McDonogh School in Owings Mills, MD this weekend.   An offensive uprising from Defenders turned Midfielders Maddie Henderson (Harriton), Lucy Dwyer (Harriton), and Curran McLaughlin (Germantown Friends) led the scoring for QC.  Another converted Middie, this time from attack, Maya LeBlanc (Haverford) seemed to find a comfort level in the new position that led to a multiple goals.  On attack, lefty Willa Hetznecker (Haverford) and Thea Volpp (Friends Central) were a consistent threats over the 2 days. On defense, GKs Alex Turner (Harriton) and Kaitlyn Giandomenico (Hatboro Horsham) were both outstanding and had help from strong defensive efforts from Kat Berberian (Harriton), and Sophia Hood (Harriton).  It was great team effort and a dramatic improvement over last year's Mid Atlantic Showcase!

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QC 2019s Go Undefeated at Mid Atlantic Showcase
by posted 11/15/2017


Quaker City 2019s!

Congratulations to the Quaker City 2019s on going undefeated and winning their section at the Mid Atlantic Classic at St. Paul's School in Brooklandville, MD this weekend.   Strong efforts from Midfielders Emily Stewart, Amelia Coursen, Kianah Watson and Sam Simon helped the girls control the draw for most of the 4 games.  On the offensive end, the combo of Lauren Binnion and Katelin Williams combined for many goals for the top scoring team in the section.  On defense, GKs Lauren Scott and Morgan McElhaney, with help from Defenders Orla Fay, Damali Teagle, Abby Tevis and Cara Margolis held all of the opponents to 6 goals or less.  All in all, a great team effort and an excellent weekend of Lacrosse.

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Quaker City 2019 Joanna Helm tops 3 QC All Berks Cty Players
by posted 06/27/2017


Joanna Helm (in the center back in Blue) with the rest of All Berks Cty Player

Quaker 2019 Joana Helm (Wyomissing) heads the list of 3 Quaker City Players that were voted All Berks County.  Helm was honored on the first team for the second straight year and was also the leading scorer in the county for the 2nd time with 69 Goals and 65 Assists.   Fellow 2019s and teammates at Wyomissing Noelle Ratcliffe and Jamie DiCarlo earned 2nd Team honors for the first time.  For more information, see the article at this link from the Reading Eagle--All Berks County Girls Lacrosse.  Congratulations girls!

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QC 2016 Mikaela Watson Named Philly Co-Player of the Year
by posted 08/30/2016


Mikaela Watson

Congratulations to Quaker City 2016 and current Assistant Coach Mikaela Watson (Springside-Chesnut Hill) on being named Co-Player of the Year by Phillylacrosse.com.  Mikaela is the 2nd QC Player in the last 4 years that have been named Philly POY following QC 2014 Sabrina Tabasso (Harriton HS, now starring for Loyola (MD)) in 2013.  For more details on Mikaela, who will be heading to Stanford in September, please click here -- Mikaela Watson Article.  

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Quaker City 2018 Greta Stahl Commits to Northwestern
by posted 08/23/2016


Greta Attacks vs. Springfield (Delco)

Congratulations to Quaker City 2018 Greta Stahl (Harriton HS) on her commitment to the 7 Time NCAA Champion Northwestern University. More information on Greta can be found on phillylacrosse.com at this link--GRETA STAHL.  Way to Go Greta! #RWYGT

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Quaker City 2017s Tie for Group Win at Capital Cup
by posted 07/18/2016


2017s with Coach Meg & Zaira

Congratulations to the Quaker City 2017s who capped off their QC careers with a 3-1 record at the IWLCA Capital Cup in Midlothian, VA this past weekend.  With their efforts they tied for the top team in their Group.  This is the second week in a row that the team has topped their group after last weekend's Bracket Championship at the Grind.  This has been a great group on and off the field and we will miss coaching them!  Watch for future updates on their college commitments!

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Quaker City Girls go 11-1 at Capital Cup
by posted 07/28/2015

The Quaker City HS Girls Teams ended their season in grand style going 11-1 at the Capital Cup Tournament in Midlothian, VA July 18 thru 21.  The 2018s started things off early Friday morning with 2 wins and came back on Saturday with another 2 wins to finish 4-0 and at the top of their bracket.  

The 2016s also started on Friday with two games late on Friday. The girls rallied from a 5-2 deficit at halftime to pull out the first game 9-7 and then rolled in their second game.  With the real heat finally arriving on Saturday afternoon (heat index well over 100 degrees), the 2016s played the final two games of the QC careers.  They coasted in the first one but had a real battle in the second falling behind by 3 in the first half.  But as they had done the previous evening, they pushed back and emerged with a 3 goal win to finish 4-0 and at the top of their bracket.

The 2017s arrived to play 3 afternoon games on the turf which much more like a broiler than a lax field.  They really struggled to adjust to the conditions in the first game losing by 3 to a really strong Mass Elite Team.  However, they rebounded with wins in the 2nd and 3rd games of the day.   They came back for a single game on Saturday late morning and rolled to victory bringing them to 3-1 for the tournament and into a tie for the top spot in their bracket.

All in all an excellent showing by the girls and a great way to end the season!

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