By Chris Jastrzembski
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 3/10/16
The 2016 TopLaxRecruits Mid-Atlantic Girls’ Rankings
1. McDonogh School (MD) 0-0
The Eagles won their seventh straight IAAM A conference title in 2015 and completed a sixth straight undefeated season while winning their 133rd straight game. Their season begins next Wednesday in Florida against defending state champion Vero Beach.
2. Good Counsel (MD) 0-0
The Falcons claimed the DC WCAC title in 2015 and return a very strong nucleus. They open March 15 vs. Notre Dame Prep.
3. Agnes Irwin (PA) 0-0
The Owls claimed the Inter-Ac League and PA Independent school titles and have a strong senior class. They play a strong out-of-state schedule that includes Good Counsel, St. Stephen’s, Bishop Ireton, Lincoln-Sudbury and Moorestown. Their season begins next Thursday on the road against Inter-Ac conference foe Germantown Academy.
4. West Islip (NY) 0-0
The Lions defeated Suffern, 10-9, to win the NY Class A state championship and return as a leading favorite. Their season begins March 28 against Hauppauge.
5. Oak Knoll (NJ) 0-0
The defending Tournament of Champions winner returns enough to challenge for another crown. Look out for their juniors to make a mark for the Royals this year. Their season begins April 2 on the road against Westfield.
6. Manhasset (NY) 0-0
The Indians were stunned by Wantagh in the Nassau County Class B championship game after being undefeated all season. Watch for them to be a major contender for county, Long Island and state honors. Their season begins March 30 on the road against Oceanside.
7. Mt. Sinai (NY) 0-0
The Mustangs won their second NY Class C title in three years and again are a favorite. Their season begins March 28 on the road against Comsewogue.
8. Eastport-South Manor (NY) 0-0
The Sharks won the NY Class B championship and return as a leading favorite. Their season beings March 28 with a road contest against West Babylon.
9. Wantagh (NY) 0-0
The Warriors fell to Eastport-South Manor, 11-10, in a heartbreaking Long Island Class B final and will again be a force. Their season begins March 30 as they take on Long Beach on the road.
10. Summit (NJ) 0-0
The Hilltoppers were Group 1 state champions and the NJ Tournament of Champion runner-up. Their senior class is loaded with talent entering 2016. Their season begins March 30 on the road against Morris Catholic.
Under consideration: Academy of Holy Cross (MD) 0-0; Archbishop Spalding (MD) 0-0; Bayport-Blue Point (NY) 0-0; Century (MD) 0-0; Christian Brothers (NY) 0-0; Cicero-North Syracuse (NY) 0-0; Cold Spring Harbor (NY) 0-0; Conestoga (PA) 0-0; Garden City (N.Y.) 0-0; Garnet Valley (PA) 0-0; Glenelg (MD) 0-0; Great Valley (PA) 0-0; John Carroll (MD) 0-0; Lenape (NJ) 0-0; Manchester Valley (MD) 0-0; Marriotts Ridge (MD) 0-0; Middle Country (NY) 0-0; Moorestown (NJ) 0-0; Mt. Hebron (MD) 0-0; Notre Dame Prep (MD) 0-0; Ridgewood (N.J.) 0-0; Roland Park (MD) 0-0; Severn School (MD) 0-0; Skaneateles (N.Y.) 0-0; Smithtown West (NY) 0-0; St. Anthony’s (NY) 0-0; Stephen Decatur (MD) 0-0; Suffern (NY) 0-0; West Genesee (NY) 0-0.