The 2024 statistical picture is taking place, slowly, as teams around the country conclude their seasons with others just getting going. The current national goals leader, Morgan Siglin, is a junior at Greenville Wade Hampton (S.C.), which played its final game a week ago losing to crosstown rival Christ Church Episcopal 23-12, meaning that Siglin’s 142 goals this season is themark that everyone else is going to be aiming for.

One of those making a charge is last year’s national scoring champion Caroline Ling. As of the close of play Wednesday (where we make these statistical snapshots), she had scored 94. Thing is, her team, Springboro (Ohio), has eight more games this season, plus any playoff matches. If she keeps at this pace, she is likely to break Fran Frieri’s national record for goals scored in a four-year varsity career. But it will be very close.

What you see below are statistics from available published sources, including MaxPreps, Berks Game Day, the KHSAA, The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, PhillyLacrosse, and Advance Media.

I encourage every school, league, or state governing body to adopt the easy-to-use platform, and we encourage you to get your fellow teams to enter their information there as well as whichever is your local news site, so that we can aim for as complete a statistical picture of American girls’ lacrosse as possible.

467 Caroline Ling, Springboro (Ohio)
343 Kylee Ferranto, Haddon Heights (N.J.)
264 Morgan Siglin, Greenville Wade Hampton (S.C.)

596 Caroline Ling, Springboro (Ohio)
429 Taylor McGovern, Parkland Margery Stoneman Douglas (Fla.)
418 Kylee Ferranto, Haddon Heights (N.J.)
359 Teagan Scott, Mount Pleasant Oceanside Collegiate Academy (S.C.)

862 Kathy Jenkins|
513 Lisa Lindley
467 Chris Robinson

This is what I have been able to compile from various sources. But here’s where you, gentle reader, can be of help. If you see something missing, feel free to send an email to us at Send us some evidence (a website will do), and we can make corrections.

I thank everyone for tuning into this feature and we’ll try to be less suboptimal next week.


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