High School Girls

March 1, 2016
Brindi Griffin, a Maryland commit who helped the U.S. team to a silver medal at last year's FIL U19 world championship in Scotland, is hoping to lead McDonogh to an eighth straight national title. (John Strohsacker).
Brindi Griffin, a Maryland commit who helped the U.S. team to a silver medal at last year's FIL U19 world championship in Scotland, is hoping to lead McDonogh to an eighth straight national title. (John Strohsacker).

Nike/LM HS Girls' Top 25: Can McDonogh Keep Streak Going?

by LaxMagazine.com Staff | Twitter

Seven-time defending national champion McDonogh (Md.) looks to keep its record 133-game win streak going, as the Eagles have not lost a game since 2009. They have won seven consecutive IAAM championships in the process and return several players from last year's team, including U.S. U19 attacker Brindi Griffin (Maryland).

Here's a look at our preseason Nike/LM National Top 25 for girls' high school lacrosse. Follow weekly polls and updates at LaxMagazine.com/HSG25.

Nike/LM Preseason High School Girls' Top 25

1. McDonogh (Md.)
2. Garden City (N.Y.)
3. Good Counsel (Md.)
4. St. Stephen's/St. Agnes (Va.)
5. St. Anthony's (N.Y.)
6. Skaneatles (N.Y.)
7. Agnes Irwin (Pa.)
8. Bishop Ireton (Va.)
9. Manhasset (N.Y.)
10. Darien (Conn.)
11. Easport-South Manor (N.Y.)
12. Milton (Ga.)
13. Summit (N.J.)
14. Moorestown (N.J.)
15. Mount Siani (N.Y.)
16. Wantagh (N.Y.)
17. Roland Park (Md.)
18. Longmeadow (Mass.)
19. West Islip (N.Y.)
20. West Genesee (N.Y.)
21. Manchester Valley (Md.)
22. Archbishop Spalding (Md.)
23. Garnet Valley (Pa.)
24. Radnor (Pa.)
25. Georgetown Visitation (D.C.)


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