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Oak Park River Forest Girls' Lacrosse was founded in 2003 with both JV and Fr/So teams. The JV team finished the season undefeated and first in the state. Mary Moore was named OPRF's Attacker of the Year, Katya Strohl was named OPRF's Defender of the Year and Molly Fegan was named OPRF's MVP.
 

In 2004, OPRF GLAX had both varsity and JV teams. The first varsity team finished 9th in the state. Senior Jen Healy and Sophomore Bryce Buchowicz were named Honorable Mention All State. Jen Healy, Bryce Buchowicz, Sophomores Alana Breen and Meaghan Kelly were also named All Conference for the West Suburban Conference. Head Coach Katie Simok was named Rookie Coach of the Year. Bryce Buchowicz was named OPRF's Attacker of the Year, Colleen Sullivan was named OPRF's Defender of the Year, and Jen Healy was named OPRF's MVP.
 

In 2005, OPRF GLAX added a Fr/So team to the program. The varsity team ended with an 8th place finish but drastically improved their team play and individual skill level with all but 2 losses coming down to the final minutes. Senior Colleen Sullivan and Junior Meaghan Kelly were named Honorable Mention All State. Colleen led the state in interceptions with 34 while Meaghan led the state in number of saves with 196. Senior Rachel Glancy, Juniors Alana Breen and Amanda Burns were named All West Suburban Conference. Kit Hamilton and Bryce Buchowicz were named OPRF's Attackers of the Year, Amanda Burns was named OPRF's Defender of the Year, and Colleen Sullivan was named OPRF's MVP.
 

In 2006, varsity finished 7th (15-6-2) in the state, knocking off two more teams in the top ten (Glenbrook North and Vernon Hills). Seniors Meaghan Kelly and Bryce Buchowicz were named Honorable Mention All State. Meaghan led the state in save percentage (68.5%) and saves (213). Bryce had 56 goals (7th in the state). Seniors Alana Breen, Kit Hamilton and Leslie Robertson and Sophomore Morgan Flint were named All West Suburban Conference. Alana Breen was named OPRF's Attacker of the Year, Leslie Robertson and Meaghan Kelly were named OPRF's Defenders of the Year, and Bryce Buchowicz was named OPRF's MVP.
 

In 2008, varsity finished 5th (16-4) in the state, beating two more teams for the first time in program history (Barrington and Evanston).  The Huskies also defeated the Indiana State Champions at the Windy City Classic.  Juniors Hannah Decker (First Team), Nicole Cordero (Second Team), and Carrie Roche (Honorable Mention) were awarded All-State recognition.  Hannah Decker was also voted Goalkeeper of the Year for the state of Illinois.  Hannah Decker also made the Western Great Lakes team #1 and became the first OPRF player to play in the national tournament.  Juniors Julia Moy, Hannah Dorian, and Elina Berzins as well as Sophomores Olivia Thompson and Sarah Wagner were named All West Suburban Conference.  Carrie Roche was named OPRF's Attacker of the Year, Nicole Cordero was named OPRF's Midfielder of the Year, Alice Viana was named OPRF's Defender of the Year, and Morgan Flint and Hannah Decker were named OPRF's co-MVPs.

In 2009, varsity finished 5th (17-3) in the state, losing only to New Trier (in the first game of the season 8-5) and Hinsdale Central (once in the regular season and once in the playoffs).  The Huskies were undefeated in Columbus, Ohio at the Hannigan Galipault tournament and unfortunately the Windy City Classic was cancelled due to weather.  The Huskies lost to Hinsdale Central in a thrilling quarterfinal game (#4 vs #5) 8-7 in the final minute of the game.  Seniors Nicole Cordero (First Team), Hannah Decker (Second Team), and Junior Olivia Thompson (Second Team) were awarded All-State recognition.   Seniors Julia Moy, Elina Berzins, juniors Jasmine McBroom and Sarah Wagner as well as Sophomore Rachel Shannon were named All West Suburban Conference.  Junior Jasmine McBroom made the Western Great Lakes team #1 and became the first OPRF field player to play in the national tournament.  Olivia Thompson was named OPRF's Attacker of the Year, Julia Moy was named OPRF's Midfielder of the Year, Sarah Wagner was named OPRF's Defender of the Year, and Nicole Cordero was named OPRF's MVP.  Julia Moy also won the inaugural Spirit of the Team award. 

The 2009 team also broke several of the 2006 team’s records including goals (302 in 2009, 183 in 2006), assists (149 in 2009, 99 in 2006), points (453 in 2009, 282 in 2006) and draw controls (195 in 2009, 160 in 2006).  Olivia Thompson outscored Bryce Buchowicz’s 63 single season goals with 85 in 2009 and out drew Alana Breen’s 50 single season draw controls record with 70 in 2009.  Nicole Cordero also scored 10 goals in one game against Barrington (including OPRF’s 1000th goal) to beat Bryce’s single game record of 7 against Fenwick in 2006.  Julia Moy tied Kit Hamilton for assists in a single game with 5 against Lyons Township (her father’s team) and Olivia Thompson tied Bryce’s single game draw control record with 6 against Naperville Central and Fremd.

In 2010, varsity finished 5th (13-9-1) in the state, losing only to New Trier, Lake Forest, Loyola,and Hinsdale Central in Illinois.  The Huskies went 0-3 in Columbus, Ohio at the Hannigan Galipault tournament and 1-1-1 at the Windy City Classic , putting up poor out of state showings.   Seniors Olivia Thompson (First Team), Jasmine McBroom (Second Team) and Junior Rachel Shannon (Honorable Mention) were awarded All-State recognition.   Juniors Haley Edwards, Chiara Santiago, Gaia Santiago and Sophomore Elizabeth Himelick were named 1st Team All West Suburban Conference while Juniors Rachel Houle and Maddie Lena were named 2nd Team All West Suburban Conference.  Sarah Wagner was named OPRF's Attacker of the Year, Rachel Shannon was named OPRF's Midfielder of the Year, Mara Wright was named OPRF's Defender of the Year, and Olivia Thompson was named OPRF's MVP.  Goalkeeper Gina Feracota won the high school’s Spirit of the Team award. 

The 2010 seniors also broke several career records.  Olivia Thompson outscored Bryce Buchowicz’s 118 career goals with 145 and out drew Alana Breen’s 90 career draw controls record with 141 during her 2008 to 2010 career.  Jasmine McBroom caused 1 more turnovers than Leslie Robinson’s 73 with 74 in her 2008 to 2010 career. Olivia Thompson also tied Kit and Julia’s single game assist record with 5 Glenbrook North.

              

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