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Utah Girls Lacrosse League Announces 2019 Awards

The Utah Girls Lacrosse League announced their 2019 post-season awards.  Post Season awards were selected by nominations from coaches and voted in a closed meeting by head coaches from the league.  

All-State first and second teams are comprised of four attack players, four midfielders, four defensive players and a goalie.  Players selected on the All-State teams represent the best players in the state as voted on by the coaches.

Coaches also selected an All-Region team representing the best players from each region (excluding those who already made it on an All-State team).

In addition to league awards, US Lacrosse has awards for All-American, All-Academic, Coach of the Year and the Jackie Pitts Award.  


  • The Utah Girls Lacrosse league will recognize the MVP’s, All-American, Academic All-American, Coach of the year, All-State first and second team at halftime of the DI championship game.  That game will be held on Saturday May 18th at 3:30pm at Corner Canyon High School.
  • The Utah Girls Lacrosse League will recognize the All-Region players at halftime of the Senior Showcase game.  That game will be held on Tuesday May 21st at 7:45 pm at Skyline High School


Portia Card – American Fork – Portia was selected by the coaches as the Attack MVP for the 2019 season.  Portia has great stick skills and is able to get her team involved as well. Portia was second in the league in goals (64) and second in assists (35).  She has been great on the draw this year winning 64% of her draws. Portia was a driving force for her American Fork team who had a 10-2 record and a #4 seed in the Division I playoffs.  Portia is committed to play at Fresno State next year.

Shaye Henderson – Park City – Shaye was selected by the coaches as the Midfield MVP for the 2019 season.  Shaye is a do everything player for Park City as she is fundamentally sound on both sides of the ball.  Shaye can score with the best of them, but it is not just her scoring that sets her apart. Shaye can see the whole field and has good decision making.  It can be said about Shaye that she is playing chess while others are playing checkers. Shaye has been a leader for Park City on and off the field. Shaye has committed to play for Vanderbilt next year.

Sierra Savage – American Fork – If you did not get a chance to watch Sierra play, you are missing out.  When watching an American Fork game, Sierra will catch your eye. She is an elite athlete who is also a goalie.  Sierra understands the fundamentals of goalie play. She reads the shot and anticipates the play 3 steps ahead of others on the field.  Sierra played as a defender on the field during her first two seasons with American Fork. Because of her experience as a defender, Sierra  can often be found roaming outside the goal circle to create havoc for opposing attack players by becoming an 8th defender on the field, often times leading to a caused turnover.  Sierra has committed to play for Central Michigan next year.


Coach of the Year

Melissa Nash – Brighton.  After winning only a single game last year, Coach Nash guided the Brighton Bengals to 8-4 regular season record giving Brighton a #9 seed in the Division I playoffs.  Brighton defeated Olympus in the first round before falling to Park City in the Quarter Finals. Coach Nash attributes the growth of her team due to their focus on lacrosse fundamentals, player development, and playing as a team.  Coach Nash was chosen earlier this year to be the head coach of the Utah/Idaho U17 team that will compete over Memorial weekend in Baltimore, MD.


Portia Card – American Fork – Senior

Siera Savage – American Fork – Senior

Jaimeson Meyer – Waterford – Sophomore

Shaye Henderson – Park City – Senior

Mckinsey Jeppson – Herriman – Senior

Aleksa Allen – Herriman – Senior



Morgan Harris – Brighton – Senior

Sophia Taylor – Waterford – Senior

Kyllie Furakawa – Juan Diego – Senior

Sage Acord – Viewmont – Senior

Mallorie Van Woerkom – American Fork – Senior

Audrey Buchanan – Park City – Junior

Jackie Pitts Award

Haley Phelps – Viewmont – Senior


All-State 1st team


Portia Card – American Fork – Senior

Logann Eldredge – Herriman – Junior

Maya Lightfoot – Herriman – Junior

Parker Siefert – Park City – Senior


Jaimeson Meyer – Waterford – Sophomore

Shaye Henderson – Park City – Senior

Ali Fullmer – Riverton – Senior

Kennadee Hatch – Viewmont – Senior


Mckinsey Jeppson – Herriman – Senior

Lexi Burns – Jordan – Junior

Yoceline Nunez – West – Senior

Monet Winger – Lone Peak – Junior


Sierra Savage – American Fork – Senior

All-State 2nd team


Sarah Child – Waterford – Sophomore

Rachel Jenson – Riverton – Senior

Amelia Williams – Riverton – Senior

Maci Thom – Skyline – Senior


Lauren Pederson – Park City – Junior

Paige Sieverts – Brighton – Junior

Aleksa Allen – Herriman – Senior

Mallorie Van Woerkem – American Fork – Senior


Hailey Phelps – Viewmont – Senior

Amelia Livingston – Park City – Senior

Justine Spahr – Herriman – Sophomore

Regan Wolf – Skyline – Junior


Courtney Kauffman – Park City – Senior


Region 1


Hannah Rands – Weber – Junior

Tali Hoth – Mountain Crest – Senior

Cora Martinez – Ridgeline – Junior

Jordan Williams – Weber – Junior


Kylee Hodgson – Fremont – Senior

Lyndsie Thacker – Sky View – Junior

Maddy DeGarlais – Fremont – Senior

Madison Gerdener – Sky View – Senior


Bailee Noorda – Weber – Senior

Kendra McKinnon – Mountain Crest – Junior

Sammy Duersch – Ridgeline – Junior

Grace Rogers – Fremont – Junior


Jaycie Atkinson – Sky View – Senior


Region 2


Micala Harris – Viewmont – Junior

Zoe Williams – West – Junior

Chloe Rose – Roy – Senior

Brooklyn Suttlemyer – Davis – Freshman


Lexi Bingman – West – Senior

Samantha Wilkes – Davis – Sophomore

Jessica Hunt – Roy – Senior

Samantha Atwood – Woods Cross – Freshman


Leslie Ochoa – West – Senior

Riley Carlson – Viewmont – Senior

Jade Poulsen – Roy – Junior

Sierra Shapiro – Davis – Senior


Maggie Vowels – Davis – Junior


Region 3


Alissa Johnson – Olympus – Senior

Corrine Sullivan – Park City – Senior

Ashlee Roberts – Skyline – Senior

Hanna Bruce – Waterford – Junior


Haley Taylor – Brighton – Sophomore

Tatum Meier – Olympus – Senior

Sophia Taylor – Waterford – Senior

Kendall Keblish – Park City – Sophomore


Samantha Heugly – Brighton – Junior

Tessa Frey – Skyline – Junior

Katherine Luebbers – Park City – Junior

Isabella Serrano – Olympus – Senior


Meredith Miller – Waterford – Senior


Region 4


Ashley Davenport – Riverton – Senior

Maddie Kelleher – Herriman – Junior

Hannah Kelleher – Herriman – Junior

Payton Keller – Copper Hills – Senior


Logan Cook – Riverton – Junior

Kensie Garrett – Herriman – Senior

Raygen Thomas – Riverton – Senior


Megan Yost – Riverton – Senior

Marley Strasters – Herriman – Junior

Mya McCurdy – Herriman – Senior

Abigail Wilkey – Herriman – Junior


Bev Jones – Bingham – Senior


Region 5


Lauren Ackerman – Lehi – Senior

Gabby Horner – Juan Diego – Senior

Eliza Jorgensen – Lehi – Senior

Simone Parker – Corner Canyon – Freshman


Ryan Stolfa – Juan Diego – Senior

Lexi Moratalla – Juan Diego – Senior

River Beuchner – Lehi – Freshman


Kyllie Furakawa – Juan Diego – Senior

Lilly Pearson – Lehi – Senior

Annika Sanger – Alta – Junior

Alyssa Brown – Corner Canyon – Junior


Zoe Schwartz – Lehi – Senior


Region 6


Avery Knight – American Fork – Junior

Lilli Holmberg – Timpview – Junior

Olivia Gallman – Timpview – Senior

Whittney Sheffield – Timpview – Sophomore


McCall Dunn – Timpanogos – Junior

Madison McMurray – American Fork – Junior

Addie Berg – Pleasant Grove – Senior

Ellie Pope – Timpview – Junior


Mia Pitcher – Pleasant Grove – Senior

Tatiana Mateaki – Timpview – Senior

Isabelle Ernst – American Fork – Sophomore

Kellani Walker – American Fork – Sophomore


Isabell Dorton – Timpview – Senior


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