Update as of 6/7/21: Charlotte received the 2021 Tewaaraton Award, given to the top female and male college lacrosse players in the US. Read the full article from NCAA here.
Update as of 6/1/21: North and her Boston College team beat out Syracuse to win the NCAA women’s lacrosse national championship over the weekend! This is the team's first championship title and with it, North broke yet another record by surpassing the single-season NCAA goals record.
ESD alum Charlotte North '17, who currently attends and plays lacrosse for Boston College, recently broke the ACC (Atlantic Coast Conference) record for the number of goals scored in a single game.
In an April game against Virginia Tech, North scored 10 goals in one game. Not only did this clench the win for the Boston College women's lacrosse team 21-11, but it also broke the previous record the number of goals scored in a single game in ACC history.
After her record-breaking game, the Boston College Eagles women's lacrosse team went on to compete in the NCAA Tournament where North broke yet another record scoring 23 goals over three games in the tournament, the most in a single NCAA Tournament. Their recent win over Notre Dame has sent them to the Final Four, with their next game against UNC on May 28.
"Charlotte is the quintessential teammate and leader," says ESD girls lacrosse coach Maggie Koch, who coached North when she attended. "She plays the game with unbridled joy and through her work ethic and dedication has elevated herself to the best in all of college lacrosse."
North was recently awarded Female Eagle of the Year for her achievements in the sport at Boston College and has also been named one of five finalists for the Tewaaraton Award, which is presented to one women's and one men's lacrosse player each June as the National Player of the Year award.
Well done, Eagle!