Junior Varsity Lacrosse

JV Lacrosse 2017

Not pictured: Julia K.

The purpose of the JV lacrosse program is to teach the girls the sport of lacrosse and the fundamental elements of the game. The girls learn the essential skills of catching, throwing, cradling, and dodging. Through practices and competition, the girls gain confidence in themselves as players, the ability to work as a team, as well as strategies to succeed in games and ultimately transition to the varsity level of competition.

The 2017 JV lacrosse roster consists of twelve players, of which three are returners. The 2017 JV lacrosse team is coached by Sam Mallette in her third season.

Record: 0-7


2017 Schedule

Ethel Walker School
Loss 2-12

Westover lost 12-2 to a talented Ethel Walker team. Zoe Al-Tawiti scored both goals for the Wildcats. Maddie Siefert and Kasey Ingerson both played strong on offense helping to create the scoring opportunities for Zoe. Westover looks forward to taking on Kingswood-Oxford next Wednesday.

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Williams School
Kingswood Oxford
Loss 1-11

Westover lost 11-1 to a strong Kingswood-Oxford team on Wednesday. Despite the loss, the Wildcats played a strong defensive game. Jiberly Sandoval pulled out some big saves to help keep the goal deficit down. The lone Wildcat goal was scored by Zoe Al-Tawiti. The Wildcats look forward to their last game on Wednesday against Miss Porters.

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Miss Porter's School
Loss 3-17

Head Coach

Samantha Mallette

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Sports News

Five Athletes Named All-NEPSAC

Westover was represented well in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference this winter with five athletes being named All-NEPSAC in swimming and basketball.

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Winter Sports Awards

At the Winter Sports Awards held on March 1, each team was recognized and the girls were awarded their letters, pins, and certificates. Nineteen students received team awards, while four were recognized as All-CISAC (Connecticut Independent School Athletic Conference), three as CISAC Honorable Mention, and one as a NEPSAC (New England Preparatory School Athletic Council) All-Star.

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