Team captain Sylvia Warren, a four-year starter and three-time state champion at Seattle’s Lakeside School, was named US Lacrosse – Washington High School Player of the Week in Girls Division I for March 15 – 21.
Warren finished the opening week of the season with 13 points – tallying 11 goals, two assists and three ground balls. In the Lions’ opening game against rival Bainbridge Island on Tuesday, Warren scored five goals, one assist and grabbed a ground ball as the 2009 Girls Division I state champions handily defeated rival Bainbridge Island 20 – 10. On Thursday, Warren again went to work, netting six goals, one assist and collecting a ground ball as Lakeside defeated Mercer Island 18–7.
|3/18||at Mercer Island|
|4/01||at Holy Names Acad, WA|
|4/19||at Curtis, WA|
|4/22||SEATTLE PREP SCHOOL|
|5/06||at Roosevelt, WA|
|Coach: Jamie Asaka|
In her sport, the 5-7, 130-pound Warren is a US Lacrosse Academic All-American, two-time selection to the US Lacrosse Washington State Regional Team and coaches and referees with youth lacrosse clubs in the Seattle area.
At Lakeside, Warren maintains a 3.98 GPA and is the co-founder of Lakeside’s Model United Nations Club. She is also actively involved in Teens In Public Service (TIPS) where she focused her annual project on offsetting a budget shortfall at Seattle’s Bailey-Boushay House. Her efforts raised over $18,000 for the local care facility, which provides residential care and chronic care management programs for people living with AIDS, and earned her the TIPS Distinguished Alumni Award in 2009.
Other US Lacrosse – Washington Players of the Week for March 15 – 21 include Hannah Morse, a senior from Auburn-Mountainview in Girls Division II, Jonathan Wettack, a senior midfielder at Mercer Island High School in boys Division I, and freshman attackman Cody Olson, of Penninsula High School in Gig Harborin boys Division II.