USM Girls Lacrosse Wins Second Consecutive State Championship

The University School of Milwaukee girls’ lacrosse team finished an incredible season as state champions—winning the Wisconsin Lacrosse Federation State Championship game on Saturday, June 11 for the second year in a row. The USM team topped the Hudson Raiders 19–3, securing the program’s second state championship and finishing the season 19-1 as the top team in Wisconsin and the number seven team in the Midwest.

“I am just so incredibly proud of the work that each and every one of these players have put in throughout this season,” said Samantha Adey, head coach. “We were led by an outstanding group of 11 seniors, but we had 22 players who worked to improve every day and who made it their collective goal to bring home this championship. It has been a joy to be a part of this team and winning the championship was the perfect way to end our season.”

Molly Janssen ’22, Brooke Robinson ’22, and Grace Tuttle ’22 were named USA Lacrosse All-Americans, and Dara Omoloja ’22 and Clara Engman ’22 were selected as USA Lacrosse All-Academics. Five players received All-State Honors and 10 players received All-Conference honors. In addition, Molly Janssen ’22 and Brooke Robinson ’22 have committed to playing lacrosse in college.

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Varsity lacrosse players dump ice water on the head coach after winning the state championship
Action shot from the state girls lacrosse championship
USM's varsity lacrosse team poses for a photo after winning the state girls lacrosse championship
Action shot from the state girls lacrosse championship
USM's girls' varsity lacrosse players celebrate after winning the state championship
Action shot from the state girls lacrosse championship
Members of the girls' varsity lacrosse team pose for a photo after winning the state championship