Raegan Bailey, Sr., A, Cheshire
The senior attack collected 52 goals and 21 assists as a sophomore and will again be key for the Rams’ offense this spring. She is a returning All-State second team and All-SCC first team selection.
Kate Bellissimo, Sr., MF/D, Darien
The three-sport star will help anchor the Wave’s defense. She will play lacrosse at Stanford next year, joining an impressive line of players who have joined the Cardinal.
Isabelle Casucci, Jr., A, St. Joseph
An impact offensive player as a freshman, she’ll take on an even bigger role as a junior captain. She has verbally committed to play for Marquette.
Caroline Cirilli, Sr., A/MF, Ludlowe
Emerged as the Falcons’ leading scorer during her sophomore year, showing a knack for playmaking creativity. An All-State second team selection that year, she will play at USC next season.
Heather Clark, Jr., MF/D New Fairfield
The UMass commit provides the Rebels with a strong presence in the midfield and on defense.
Catherine Dineen, Jr., D, Wilton
A speedy defender with solid stick skills. She has committed to Bucknell.
Shea Dolce, Jr., G, Darien
The state’s top returning goalie was the MVP of the 2019 FCIAC championship game and an All-State and GameTimeCT first teamer as a freshman. She has verbally committed to Boston College.
Maddie Epke, Jr., MF, Guilford
The junior has become one of the SCC’s premier players in field hockey, ice hockey and lacrosse. A speedy midfielder who excels on draw controls, she has verbally committed to play at James Madison in two years.
Samantha Forrest, Sr., MF, Glastonbury
The returning middie, who is committed to North Carolina, is ranked 15th in the 2021 recruiting class by Inside Lacrosse, and will look to lead the Guardians to their 13th consecutive CCC title.
Kaleigh Harden, Jr., MF, New Canaan
The younger of New Canaan’s two Harden sisters is a speedy and dynamic player who provides offense and defense. She has committed to play at North Carolina alongside her sister McKenna in two years.
McKenna Harden, Sr., MF, New Canaan
The three-sport captain will be part of a strong Rams’ midfielder. She was a CHSCA and GameTimeCT All-State selection as a sophomore, and had committed to play at North Carolina next year.
Amelia Hughes, Jr., G, Wilton
The Princeton commit has been a star performer at every level, and gets her shot with a strong Warriors’ team this spring.
Chloe Humphrey, Soph., A, Darien
The latest Humphrey sister to play for the Wave is the No. 1 recruit in the country for the 2023 class according to Inside Lacrosse. Unfortunately for the Wave, she’ll be sidelined to start the season with a stress fracture in her back.
Nelle Kniffin, Sr., MF/D, Darien
The Colgate commit has been a leader for Darien’s soccer and ice hockey teams, and will headline a midfield which will again be a Wave strength.
Claire Mahoney, Jr., G, New Canaan
An aggressive and athletic goalie, the junior is taking over as the starter after gaining some varsity experience during her freshman season. She has committed to play for Brown.
Molly McGuckin, Jr., A, Darien
The junior with varsity experience will be a key cog in Darien’s offense this spring.
Hollis Mulry, Jr., A, New Canaan
A strong all-around player who can score and distribute. She has verbally committed to play for USC.
Juliana Pagano, Jr., MF, Masuk
A multi-faceted middie who takes draws and scores. She’s committed to play for Bucknell.
Shira Parower, Sr., A/MF, Staples
Developed into a top scorer for the Wreckers in 2019, when she earned All-State first team honors. She has committed to James Madison.
Dillyn Patten, Jr., A, New Canaan
An impact player as a freshman in 2019 and a speedster with a nose for the goal. She has verbally committed to play at Cornell.
Ceci Stein, Jr., MF, Darien
The midfielder is a solid two-way player, providing offense and defense. She’ll play Div. I lacrosse at Michigan in two years.
Regan Tenaglia, Sr., MF, New Fairfield
A starter on the Rebels’ state championship team in 2019, she returns as a top weapon in the midfield. She will play for the Army lacrosse team next year.
Hannah Tiller, Sr., A, Guilford
The three-year starter helped Guilford win its first-ever SCC championship in 2019, and will be an important offensive weapon this spring. She has committed to play at Boston University.
Sydney Widlitz, Jr., G, Guilford
As a freshman she was named the SCC tournament MVP after making 11 saves in Guilford’s 11-10 overtime win against Cheshire in the final. She provides the Grizzlies with a strong and steady presence in the net.
Ashley Young, Jr., Barlow
The Lehigh commit was a leading scorer as a freshman for the Falcons, and is a top threat again this spring.