UWLX women's pro lacrosse championship
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Women’s Pro Lacrosse Huge Hit At Lake Placid

Editor’s note: Brian Witmer of LaxAllStars recaps the 2nd ever women’s pro lacrosse championship, which took place August 2 at the Lake Placid Summit Classic. The Summit Classic is proudly partnered with LaxAllStars.

UWLX Women’s Pro Lacrosse Championship

L.i. Sound 16, Boston Storm 8

Long Island Sound - Women's pro lacrosse championship

MVP: Christina Esposito

The UWLX brought women’s pro lacrosse to Lake Placid for the first time ever! In its second year of operations, the United Women’s Lacrosse League partnered up with Summit Lacrosse Ventures to layout a destination-style plan for the its title matchup. The game took place on August 2 as the grand finale to scholastic division play.

A large crowd was treated the very best in women’s pro lacrosse, and the Long Island Sound poured on goals to double up on the Storm out of Boston. This was a repeat matchup from the 2016 UWLX Championship, which Long Island also won against Boston, so you can imagine the competitive spirit in the air. It was truly an impressive display of talent. Christina Esposito, former Northwestern attacker, took home Most Valuable Player honors.

After the completion of year two, there’s no question women’s pro lacrosse has a bright future!

Esposito looks on - women's pro lacrosse championship
Esposito looks on
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LI Sound swag

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# Name Position Hometown/College
1 Devon Parker Attack Rye, N.H./ Syracuse (‘17)
3 Christina Esposito Attack West Babylon N.Y./ Northwestern (‘17)
4 Katrina Dowd Attack Yorktown Heights, N.Y./ Northwestern (‘10)
5 Aly Messinger Attack Mendham N.J./ UNC (‘16)
6 Kelly McPartland Midfield Farmingdale, N.Y./ Maryland (‘15)
7 Tatum Coffey Midfield Toms River N.J./ (Penn State ‘15)
8 Alice Mercer Defense Woodbine, MD/ Maryland (‘16)
10 Octavia Williams Defense Moriches, N.Y./ Johns Hopkins (‘15)
11 Caroline Fitzgerald Defense Mount Sinai, N.Y./ Florida (‘17)
12 Erin Collins Midfield West Islip N.Y./ Maryland (‘15)
13 Sammy Jo Tracy Midfield Bedford N.Y./ North Carolina (‘17)
14 Nadine Hadnagy Defense Farmingdale, N.Y./ Maryland (‘17)
15 Cortney Fortunato Attack Northport, N.Y./ Notre Dame (‘17)
16 Nicole Graziano Midfield Mendham, N.J./ Florida (‘16)
17 Mikaela Rix Midfield Garden City, N.Y./ Boston College (‘15)
18 Taryn Van Thof Midfield Livonia, N.Y./ Loyola ‘15)
21 Kaleigh Craig Midfield Wantagh, N.Y./ Northwestern (‘17)
22 Dorrien Van Dyke Midfield Northport, N.Y./ Stony Brook (‘17)
24 Casey Pearsall Midfield Wilton, CT/ Notre Dame (‘17)
27 Hillary Fratzke Midfield Centreville, MD/ Towson (‘09)
33 Becca Block Defense Stratham, N.J./ Syracuse (‘13)
34 Kelsey Gregerson Goalkeeper Rockville Centre, N.Y/ Hofstra (‘15)
37 Halle Majorana Attack Manhasset, N.Y./ Syracuse (‘16)
42 Kristin Yevoli Midfield Massapequa, N.Y./ Stony Brook (‘17)
43 Caylee Waters Goalkeeper Darrien, CT/ North Carolina (‘17)
81 Sarah Martin Midfield Hampden, MA/ Albany (‘17)
88 Sloane Serpe Defense North Caldwell, N.J./ North Carolina (‘14)