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NO conditioning on Thursday morning, January 8th
Girls Lacrosse Conditioning schedule
The strength and conditioning schedule for all athletes will be lifting Monday and Wednesday after school at Winnetka in the NT Strength and Conditioning Room and the morning conditioning will on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings at the Northfield campus from 6:30-7:15 am. All athletes MUST be on time for advisory and should plan ahead for transportation or to shower at school after workouts. Athletes do NOT bring a stick, only comfortable athletic clothing and water/Gatorade.
Download a printable pdf calendar with all the workout dates.
Open Gym IM schedule
Their will be open gym for all students for lacrosse on Thursdays starting January 15, 7-8 pm for freshman, 8-9 pm for upperclassmen in G110 at Winnetka. Dates are Jan 15, Jan 29, Feb 5, Feb 12, Feb 19, Feb 26.
New Trier falls to Loyola in state final 12-8
The Trevs fell behind 4-0 early to Loyola before coming back to make it 4-2, but the Ramblers controlled the draws and possession most of the first half and went up 6-2 at halftime. New Trier kept fighting to get back into the game, but Loyola answered back and pulled away until the Trevians scored two goals in the final 1:13 of the game. New Trier finished an amazing season with a 22-1-1 record.
Trevs headed to state championship after rallying back against Titans
In one of the most thrilling finishes of the season, New Trier's Charlotte McGuire scored on a free position shot with 2:05 left in the game and the Trevs held on for a dramatic 6-5 win to advance to the state championship. Grace Hemmer grabbed an errant pass by Glenbrook South on their transition to give New Trier possession of the ball, and after a timeout, McGuire took a pass from Betsey Kvam and drove on sweep play to draw shooting space to set up the free position shot. On the next draw, Kvam was fouled and New Trier raced down the field to run out the clock, but the Titans didn't quit and took advantage of a turnover and had the ball back with just over a minute remaining. That's when Darby Tingue chased down the ball and made a beautiful check to foce a turnover and get the ball back for the Trevs, who ran out the clock for the win. McGuire opened up the scoring for the Trevs, who led 3-0 with 12:14 left after playing tough defense and getting goals by Kvam and Joanie Merriman. Glenbrook South came right back with some nice ball movement and backdoor cuts to tie the game 3-3 at half. In the second half, McGuire scored with 20:49 left to give New Trier the lead 4-3, but the Titans tied the game on a goal by Sarah McDonagh on a free position shot with 10:48 left. GBS won the next draw and Olivia Eigel beat her defender to score and give Glenbrook South their first lead at 5-4 with 10:19 on the clock. The momentum of the game shifted when the Titans had a shot ring off the post and Audrey Kingdom grabbed the loose ball and was fouled on transition. On the whistle, Kingdom passed to Julie Ball, who raced down the field and past two defenders to score on a fast break goal to tie the game with 7:09 left. The Trevs were able to hold off Glenbrook South after getting a yellow card late in the game also, setting up the opportunity to tie the game after playing tough defense against the Titans. McGuire led the attack with three goals and an assist. Eigel led the Titans with two goals and an assist. New Trier will face Loyola in the state championship after the Ramblers scored with four seconds on the clock to defeat Hinsdale Central 11-10 in the other semi-final game.
New Trier moves on to final four with win over Glenbrook North
The Trevians scored first when Charlotte McGuire ripped a shot over the shoulder of the goalie, but the Spartans answered back and kept it close and made it 3-2 with 11:14 left in the half. Emily Carothers scored her second goal on a free position shot to extend the lead and Kitty Kenyon fed to Tace Sutherland to give the Trevs a 5-2 lead. But Glenbrook North scored on a free position shot to make it 5-3. For the first 23 minutes the Spartans gave New Trier all they could handle, but the Trevs exploded for five goals in the last two minutes of the half, including four in the last minute to pull away and make it 10-3 at half. The Trevs went on to win 17-8 behind a great effort in goal by Danni LeServe with eight saves. Carothers led the Trevs with five goals and an assist, while Sutherland added four goals and an assist. McGuire had four assists and Joanie Merriman had a hat trick. New Trier will face Glenbrook South at 5:30 pm on Wednesday at Evanston. The Titans defeated Oak Park River Forest 10-5 to advance to the final four.
Trevs defeat Maine South behind tough defense
New Trier's defense, anchored by Danni LeServe in the goal, held off the Hawks, as a late push in the first half helped the Trevs pull away for a 10-3 win over Maine South. New Trier will face Glenbrook North on Friday at 5 pm at Glenbrook South. The Spartans defeated Glenbard West 13-10.
New Trier moves on with win over Warren
The Trevians controlled 14 of the 19 draws and owned possession of the ball to defeat Warren 17-0 and advance in the state tournament. Ten different players scored and the team forced 13 turnovers. New Trier will face Maine South next Wednesday at 5:00 pm at home. The Hawks defeated St. Ignatius 8-6 to advance in the playoffs.
Trevs finish regular season by defeating Minnesota champs Blake and holding off Ohio power Mason
New Trier controlled the draws and had possession of the ball most of the first half to jump out to a 7-1 lead over Blake, but the story of the game was the defense, that shut down a very talented Bears attack that features Canadian National Team member and USC bound Lydia Sutton. The Trevs defense frustrated Blake as Kate Conaghan faceguarded Sutton and held her to no goals, and Julie Ball roamed the 8 meter to pressure and double team drives and feeds. In the second half, New Trier capitalized on several fast break opportunities and wore down Blake on transition, winning 10-4. Betsey Kvam, Charlotte McGuire, Tace Sutherland and Darby Tingue all had two goals. Morgan Crane had five of the Trevians 10 draw controls. In the afternoon, New Trier had just enough left to fight off a very tough Mason team for a 7-5 win. Leading 3-1 at half in a defensive battle, Mason came back to cut the lead to one three times, but with the score 5-4, New Trier won the draw and Tingue netted a goal on a inside crease roll at 10:53. The Trevs forced a turnover and started to run out the clock with just over seven minutes remaining and added an insurance goal when Sutherland drove and fed to Joanie Merriman coming around the crease for a goal with 4:52 remaining. New Trier again won the draw and held the ball until Mason was able to capitalize on a turnover and scored with 1:30 on the clock, but the Trevs ran out the clock after Ball won the next draw. Kvam led the scoring with three goals, two assisted by Tingue. Crane led the Trevs with four draw controls. The defense forced 10 turnovers. New Trier finishes the regular season 18-0-1 and will now await the playoff seedings to determine who they face in the state tournament.
Trevian Lacrosse News and Notes
Congrats to our seniors Julie Ball, Alex Johnson, Betsey Kvam, Charlotte McGuire, Joanie Merriman, Alicia Retzinger, Caroline Rooney and Bridget Zimmerman... Class of 2012 alum Frannie Franklin earned First Team All-Conference honors and 2013 alum Spencer Moy earned Second Team All-Conference honors for the University of Chicago. The Maroons play in the WCLL Division II West Conference and finished 7-3 on the season... Congrats to the Freshman A team for advancing to the Wildcat Classic JV Blue Division Championship... Congrats to JV for winning the Wildcat Classic JV White Division championship...
Trevs turn away Arrowhead for a hard fought win
Coming off the emotion of a signature win over rival Loyola, New Trier had to muster up all the physical and emotional toughness they had left to defeat Arrowhead on Friday night. The Warhawks played with relentless energy the entire game, and the Trevians weren't able to pull away until late in the second half for a 9-5 win. Both teams play an aggressive backer zone defense, and the pressure on the ball and on transition kept the scoring low. New Trier struggled shooting the ball well, and the Warhawks were consistently knocking down passes and forcing turnovers to stay in the game. The Trevians (15-0-1) will return to action next Thursday for senior night at 6:30 pm against Evanston.
New Trier defense holds off Loyola in thrilling 8-7 win
The Trevian defense held off one of the top offenses in the Midwest late in the game to hold on to a 8-7 win over the Ramblers. Dani Leserve had 11 saves, four on one Loyola possession alone to preserve a win in a very competitive game. New Trier trailed 2-0 and 4-2 but rallied back to make it 4-4 at the half. In the second half, the Trevian offense controlled the ball and Charlotte McGuire rolled the crease twice to make the score 6-4. Loyola answered back to make it 6-5, but the Trevs countered to make it 7-5. Both teams traded goals and Maggie Nick scored on a free position shot with just under four minute remaining to make it 8-7 late in the game. Brennan Dwyer won the draw with just ove two minutes remaining, but LeServe made the save of the game on a free position shot by Nick, and the Trevs ran out the clock to win the game 8-7. McGuire finished with three goals and an assist, Betsey Kvam added two goals, and Darby Tingue (1 goal and 1 assist), Grace Hemmer amd Emily Carothers all scored for the Trevs. Tace Sutherland and Julie Ball also added assists, but the defense was the key to the game, with big saves and slowing down an explosive offense.
Trevians finish weekend with win over Lyons at historic Wrigley Field
After returning from a great trip to play some of the top Midwest teams in Michigan, the Trevians were able to become a part of history. When New Trier and Lyons faced off on Sunday in the first double header for girls lacrosse at Wrigley Field, they became part of the storied 100 year history of the Friendly Confines. The Trevians jumped out to an early lead 2-0, but the Lions controlled the ground balls and fought back to make it 5-4, before New Trier was able to pull away and win 14-8. It was a memorable experience, and an honor to represent all of the high school programs in the Chicagoland area and the growth of sport.
Trevian Lacrosse News and Notes
Congratulations to the Freshman B team for winning the Evanston Fr/So Tournament Championship 11-2 over host Evanston... The New Trier lacrosse program would like to recognize our alumni who are seniors finishing up their college playing careers... Jake Remien for her four years of playing at Vermont... Molly Quirke at Duke, who started every game as a freshman, sophomore and junior and unfortunately sustained a shoulder injury and was not able to finish her senior season... Erin Roos at Brown, who is a captain and leads the team in ground balls and caused turnovers...
Trevs rally back to tie Rockford and knock off Brighton to finish Michigan trip
Trailing 8-4 with 7:43 left in the second half against
Michigan power Rockford, the Trevs rallied to tie the defending Division 1
state champions 8-8 when Charlotte McGuire scored with 1:09 left in the game.
Costly turnovers and aggressive defense by Rockford held New Trier in check for
most of the game. After Betsey Kvam drove and scored to make it 8-5, the
defense came up three straight turnovers when the Rams tried to stall out the
game, resulting in goals by Joannie Merriman and Emily Carothers on crease feeds.
In their second game, the Trevians came out strong from the opening draw
defeating Brighton 20-2. The balanced attack had 10 different players score
New Trier defeats Michigan power East Grand Rapids
The Trevians trailed East Grand Rapids 2-1 when Northwestern bound Liza Elder scored to make it 2-1 with 21 minutes left in the half. New Trier was patient on offense trying to figure out how to beat the Pioneers zone defense, and finally pulled away for a 16-5 win. The Trevs were sparked by Emily Carothers, who appeared in her first game after hip surgery last year to score four goals. Dani LeServe had a career day in goal with 11 saves. The defense played with tremendous energy and forced 13 turnoves, including two each by Julie Ball, Alex Johnson and Caroline Rooney. Charlotte McGuire had four goals and four assists to lead the attack, while Betsey Kvam tallied three goals, and Joannie Merriman and Ball each had two goals.
Trevs have big second half finish to defeat Glenbrook South
It was a special evening for both teams in their annual cancer awareness game, and the effort and excitement of the game was tremendous. The Trevians let an early 2-0 lead and momentum slip away early against the Titans, who were playing with tremendous energy and confidence, as Glenbrook South cut the lead to 3-2, but the Trevs defense came up with a big stop and with under a minute remaining in the half, Charlotte McGuire fed to a wide open Darby Tingue who buried her shot to make it 4-2 at half and Trevs looked to be back in control. But the Titans didn't back down, and controlled the opening draw and then made it 3-2 when Callie Nowak scored on a drive just 30 seconds into the half. Glenbrook won the next draw and Nowak again got free and scored to tie the game 4-4 with 21 minutes left in the game. That's when Trevs stetpped up on defense and Joannie Merriman broke the tie with a free position goal at 15:15. On the next possession, Tace Sutherland fed to McGuire cutting around the crease to make it 6-4. Betsey Kvam converted another free position shot to make it 7-4 before Nowak would get another goal on a free position shot at 8:46. Julie Ball finished the scoring on a free position shot to make it 8-5 after one of Dani LeServe's big saves in the cage. On the ensuing draw, the Titans won the draw, but the defense drew a charge and the Trevs held onto the ball for the final 6 minutes of the game to seal the win. Grace Hemmer and McGuire led the Trevians with two goals each. New Trier will now travel to Michigan to play the defending Division 2 state champions on Friday, East Grand Rapids, and the defending Division 1 state champions Rockford on Saturday.
Trevian News and Notes
Congrats to senior Julie Ball, who was recognized for her outstanding play against Hinsdale Central as one of the top performers last week in the Nike/US Lacrosse Midwest region by LaxMagazine… New Trier's game against Rockford, MI on Saturday, April 26 is the Nike/US Lacrosse Midwest Game of the Week, the Rams are 7-1 and ranked #5 in the Midwest… The Trevs would like to recognize class of 2010 alumni Erin Roos, who is graduating from Brown after a tremendous career. This senior co-captain led the 9-5 Bears with 21 ground balls and 26 caused turnovers… On Friday, both the girls and boys lacrosse teams will be traveling and facing Michigan power East Grand Rapids, the girls play at 7 pm, with the boys game following… Don't miss the Trevs playing at historic Wrigley Field on Sunday at 1 pm, admission is free… Please consider making a donation to the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation for the annual "Fight Kids Cancer Game" on Thursday against Glenbrook South at 6:30 pm… Follow the Trevs on Twitter and get news, game highlights and more at @ntglax…
New Trier and Glenbrook South play for greater causes in cancer game Thursday
New Trier will host CSL rival Glenbrook South Thursday at 6:30 pm in their "Fight Kids Cancer Game" to raise money for the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation, an organization that helps high school and college sports teams adopt children with pediatric brain cancer to enhance their quality of life and provide support and encouragement. Glenbrook South will be raising money for Team Will Power and the American Brain Tumor Association, in memory of Will Hicks, a GBS graduate who died of a brain tumor. His sister played lacrosse at Glenbrook South.
Trevs remain undefeated in conference play with win over Maine South
New Trier controlled the draws and possesion of the game, never trailing in their conference win over Maine South 15-1. New Trier will face Central Suburban League opponents Highland Park and Glenbrook South next week.
New Trier steps up on defense to defeat Hinsdale Central
The Trevians knew that Hinsdale Central has one of the top offenses in the midwest, averaging over 14 goals a game, and the defense as a team answered the call, limiting the Red Devils to two goals in over 49 minutes, en route to a 9-3 win. New Trier jumped out to a 3-1 lead before Anna Santulli scored for Hinsdale with 13:10 left in the half, but the Trevs answered back on the next two possessions and made it 5-1 until Hinsdale made it 5-2 when Honour Mullaney scored on a nice feed at 1:16. In the second half, the defense stepped up, pressuring the ball and taking away any 1 v 1 drives, turning away the Red Devils several times. leading to several scores for the offense. New Trier would control possession for most of the second half and score four more goals until the Red Devils notched a goal with 30 seconds left by Mullaney to finish off the scoring. Betsey Kvam and Charlotte McGuire each finished with four goals, while Julie Ball had three caused turnovers and a goal and assist. The Trevs forced 11 turnovers, including four interceptions and controlled the draws 10-4. New Trier (7-0) will face Maine South on Wednesday.
Draw controls and tough defense give Trevs 17-4 win over the Scouts
New Trier 3-1 after Lake Forest scored with 15:42 left in the half, but the Trevs shutout the Scouts for the next 15 minutes and scored four unanswered goals to open up the game. In the second half, New Trier continued to control draws and force turnovers to maintain control of the game. Julie Ball was instrumental on transitions and on defense, forcing three turnovers, grabbing two ground balls and adding three goals on offense. Grace Hemmer led the attack with five goals and an assist. Charlotte McGuire had seven draw controls, forced two turnovers and also had five points (3 goals, 2 assists). Darby Tingue had two draw controls and two goals, and Joanie Merriman also had two goals and an assist. You can watch a replay of the game and highlights by clicking here on High School Cube. The Trevians will host highly rated Hinsdale Central (5-1) on Tuesday at 6:30 pm.
Trevs Lacrosse News and Notes
Friday’s game against Lake Forest will be broadcasted live
online on High School Cube at 7 pm, here is the link to the
broadcast… Congrats to Charlotte McGuire, who was named the Nike/US
Lacrosse Midwest player of the week for the second time this season, after
scoring four goals and getting four draw controls against Upper
Arlington… Special mention to Dani LeServe and Darby Tingue, who
were also mentioned for their performances last week… 2013 alumni Katy
Weeks finished an amazing freshman season at Cornell in field hockey, making 2nd
Team All-Ivy League and scoring 20 points, fourth most in school history for a
rookie… Follow New Trier lacrosse news, game highlights and more on Twitter at
New Trier defeats Deerfield for first conference win
The Trevians controlled the ball throughout the game, gaining possession on draws and forcing turnovers when Deerfield had the ball, en route to a 15-0 win over the Warriors. New Trier is now 5-0 and will travel to play Lake Forest on Friday at 7 pm at the West Campus. The Scouts are 2-2.
Trevs knock off Ohio defending state champions
New Trier won the last draw of the game to run out the clock and seal a 13-12 win over one of the top programs in the midwest. The Trevs only trailed Upper Arlington for 54 seconds in the game, 2-1 when Charlotte McGuire scored her first of five goals to tie the game 2-2 with 16:40 left in the half. New Trier went on a three goal run in the first half, highlighted when Dani LeServe made a brilliant save and cleared to Bridget Zimmerman, who raced down the field and fed to a wide open Tace Sutherland for a nice goal. New Trier led 7-5 at half. In the second half, both teams traded goals until the Trevs Joanie Merriman scored on a nice assist by Darby Tingue to take a 13-10 lead. The Golden Bears didn't roll over though and scored with 2:54 left and then Upper Arlington's Molly Plasket scored with just under a minute left to cut the lead to one. On the ensuing draw, Betsey Kvam was fouled and awarded the draw and New Trier held on for the victory. McGuire led the Trevs in draws also with five, Kvam had three goals and three draw controls and Audrey Kingdom had two caused turnovers and two assists also. The win evened the all time series with the Golden Bears 4-4. Upper Arlington will play Loyola and Hinsdale Central on Saturday to complete their Chicago trip. The Trevian's next game is Tuesday, April 8 against Deerfield.
Strong defensive effort helps New Trier knock off Montini Catholic
New Trier combined great pressure in the midfield and used double teams to limit drives to goal and slow down a very high scoring Montini attack for a 14-7 win. The Trevs forced 14 turnovers, five by sophomore Darby Tingue. Each team traded goals early, but down 6-4, the Broncos had a goal called back when Frankie Kamely on a crease violation, and the momentum turned when New Trier's fast break exploded for four goals in the final :49 seconds to take a 10-4 halftime lead. The defense continued to be strong in the second half, as Montini ralled back to cut the lead to 11-7, but the Trevs controlled possession of the ball for the victory. Betsey Kvam and Charlotte McGuire led New Trier with three draw controls each. Julie Ball had three caused turnoers and Bridget Zimmerman had a big interception and forced two turnovers. On the attack, Joanie Merriman had a career high six goals, and Tingue led New Trier with four assists. Junior Dani LeServe had a career best 10 saves in the cage. New Trier will host the Ohio state champions Upper Arlington on Friday at 6 pm on Field 4.
New Trier has strong second half to hold off Oak Park River Forest
The Huskies came out ready to play from the opening whistle, winning the first three draws and jumping out to an early 2-1 lead. Costly turnovers and a determined Oak Park defense kept it close in the first half, as the Trevians fought back to take a 5-4 lead at halftime. New Trier finally started to play more aggressively in the midfield, controlling ground balls and forcing turnovers. A patient offense was finally able to beat Oak Park's zone defense, eventually pulling away for an 11-6 win. Caroline Rooney led the defense with five caused turnovers, while Amelia Barron, Charlotte McGuire and Darby Tingue all caused three turnovers. Julie Ball and Joanie Merriman each forced two turnovers. On the draw, Kitty Kenyon and McGuire each snagged three draw controls. Tingue and Merriman stepped up on offense behind the goal, each talling two assists and two goals. They were able to find Tace Sutherland for three goals, while Audrey Kingdom added two goals also. Kingdom, McGuire and Gabby Kraus each led the Trevs with three ground balls each. New Trier's next game will be at Montini Catholic next Wednesday.
Trevs start season with win over Spartans
New Trier jumped out to a 6-0 lead, en route to a 17-4 win over Glenbrook North. Junior Dani LeServe stuffed the first two shots of the season in goal against the Spartans, and then made a beautiful clear to Charlotte McGuire that led to one of many transition goals for the Trevians. LeServe finished with five saves. Ten different players contributed on offense. McGuire led the balanced attack with four goals, an assist and five draw controls. Joanie Merriman and Betsey Kvam each tallied hat tricks also. Julie Ball had three assists and a goal and sparked several offensive scores, while sophomore newcomers Tace Sutherland had four draw controls and a goal and Darby Tingue added two goals and an assist. New Trier travels to play at Oak Park River Forest at 6:30 pm tomorrow.
New Trier finishes season with win over Hinsdale Central
The Trevians finished the season with a tremendous performance in their 11-5 win over Hinsdale Central for 3rd Place in the state. New Trier controlled the ball from the first whistle, winning 13 of 18 draws and forcing 11 turnovers, mostly on transition, to slow down one of the top fast break offenses in the state. The Trevs defense held the Red Devils to one goal in the first half and never let Hinsdale's attackers have any easy looks at the cage. On offense, the Red Devils face-guarded and double teamed All-American Kelsey Murray, which allowed seven other players to score for a very balance attack. Julie Ball led the defense with four ground balls and two caused turnovers, and Murray was able to grab nine draw controls for the Trevians. New Trier finished 17-4-1 on the season.