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Allie Schwab Named Phillylacrosse.com POY
by posted 01/07/2020


2019 Allie Schwab (Harriton HS) was named Phillylacrosse.com Girls Player of the the Year for 2019 after leading Harriton to the P1AA State |Title and the number 1 Ranking in the Phillylacrosse.com final poll.  Schwab, a US Lacrosse All-American and All-Academic selection scored a state and region high 178 points on 86 goals and 92 assists. Schwab is the 3rd Quaker City Lacrosse Club Phillylacrosse.com POY award joining Sabrina Tabasso (Loyola and Stonybrook) (2013) and Mikaela Watson (Stanford) (2016).  Allie will continue her career at Washington and Lee.  You can read more about Allie's great season at the following link:  Allie Schwab.

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Coach D Named Phillylacrosse.com Coach of the Year
by posted 01/07/2020

Coach D with State Championship Team Harriton!

Coach D was named Phillylacrosse.com Coach of the Year for 2019 after guiding the Harriton Rams to the PIAA State Title.  This was Coach D's 2nd Phillylacrosse.com Coach of the Year award.  He is the only girls HS coach to win the award twice.  You can read the full article on Phillylacrosse.com HERE.

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QC 2016 and Current Coach Mikaela Watson Lax Mag Cover
by posted 03/10/2018

Mikaela Watson

Congratulation to Quaker City 2016,  Stanford Player, and Current QC Coach Mikaela Watson for being featured on the cover of the current issue of Lacrosse Magazine.  You can read the article associated article about the growth of the PAC 12 conference at this link- Lax Magazine.  If you are a member of US Lacrosse, you also can read the article and see another picture of Mikaela in the magazine that was delivered to your house.  Great job Mikaela!

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Quaker City Girls go 11-1 at Capital Cup
by posted 07/28/2015

The Quaker City HS Girls Teams ended their season in grand style going 11-1 at the Capital Cup Tournament in Midlothian, VA July 18 thru 21.  The 2018s started things off early Friday morning with 2 wins and came back on Saturday with another 2 wins to finish 4-0 and at the top of their bracket.  

The 2016s also started on Friday with two games late on Friday. The girls rallied from a 5-2 deficit at halftime to pull out the first game 9-7 and then rolled in their second game.  With the real heat finally arriving on Saturday afternoon (heat index well over 100 degrees), the 2016s played the final two games of the QC careers.  They coasted in the first one but had a real battle in the second falling behind by 3 in the first half.  But as they had done the previous evening, they pushed back and emerged with a 3 goal win to finish 4-0 and at the top of their bracket.

The 2017s arrived to play 3 afternoon games on the turf which much more like a broiler than a lax field.  They really struggled to adjust to the conditions in the first game losing by 3 to a really strong Mass Elite Team.  However, they rebounded with wins in the 2nd and 3rd games of the day.   They came back for a single game on Saturday late morning and rolled to victory bringing them to 3-1 for the tournament and into a tie for the top spot in their bracket.

All in all an excellent showing by the girls and a great way to end the season!

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