It was another fantastic season for the MICDS Girls Lacrosse team as they clinched their second straight state championship title. The Rams finished the season with a 15-2 record against in-state competition and a 7-2 victory over Eureka in the State Championship game. The team outscored their opponents 268-76; allowing an average of only 4 goals against per game. Invidividual accolades were abundant this season. Senior captain Olivia Rickers ’22 led the Rams in goals (65), draw controls (134), ground balls (71) and caused turnovers (35) this season. Sophomore Ava Goldson ’24 led the team in overall points with 83 total goals and assists on the season. All-Metro Honors went to a number of players. First team honors went to Rickers, captain Anna Lochhead ’22, Alex Johnson ’22, Kendall Curry ’23, and Goldson. Second team honors went to Amber Petersen ’22, captain Greta Wolfsberger ’22, and Madison Sineff ’24. Nabbing honorable mention honors were Mikaela Mikulec ’24 and Hattie Sloane ’25. Rickers, Lochhead, and standout goalie Curry were also named to the All-State lacrosse team. Rickers was selected as the 2022 Girls Metro Lacrosse Player of the Year by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch as well as receiving USA Lacrosse All-American and All-Academic honors.