Girls' Lacrosse

Girls playing lacrosse

Hard workers, good listeners, smart players

The Summit’s girls’ lacrosse program may have started with humble beginnings, but since the team advanced to the state finals in 2007, the program has been growing.

Hard workers, good listeners and smart players have fueled the program’s dogged approach. When it comes to scheduling, the philosophy is to create a rigorous lineup that includes Division I opponents.

In 2015 and 2016, the Silver Knights advanced to the Division II state semifinals after winning regional titles and MVC championships. Summit has won the MVC from 2015-2019. In 2019, the Silver Knights reached the regional final.

Summit Country Day Girls Varsity Lacrosse 2024

Summit Country Day Girls JV Lacrosse 2024

Hannah McFeeters is a former NCAA collegiate lacrosse student athlete playing at both Division I and Division II levels. As a midfielder student athlete at Walsh University, she garnered two Conference Championships, three Conference Player of the Year Awards, and holds records for Most Goals in a Season, Most Goals in a Career, and Most Points in a Career. She then helped pioneer the Inaugural Women’s Lacrosse team at Xavier University where she holds the record for Defensive Caused Turnovers and was selected as an IWLCA Senior All-Star.

Hannah has coached throughout her time as a player (5+ years) as a Head Coach of travel lacrosse and as an assistant for high-school lacrosse. She feels indebted to the game that has given her so much. Her coaching philosophy is founded on player freedom to be creative, respect for others, and love for the beautiful game.