Jane Earley '18 led the varsity girls' lacrosse team to a 19-17 win against Pembroke High School on Monday scoring 12 goals and an 18-4 victory over Sturgis East on Tuesday where she scored her 400th career goal.
Jane is now 10th in the country for most career goals and the second in Massachusetts history. Additionally, she is one of only 11 girls across the country to score 12 or more goals in a single girls' lacrosse game according to the National Federation of State High Schools Association. Monday was the second time she scored 12 or more in a single game.
The girls' varsity lacrosse team has never lost a league game since joining the Cape and Islands League and has currently won 56 league games in a row under the leadership of Coach Sarah Knowles.
Jane was offered a lacrosse scholarship at a NCAA Division I school but opted to play for Division III Middlebury College, a team that has won 6 Division III National championships since 1997. When asked about it Jane said, "Middlebury gives me the chance to play extremely high-level lacrosse in one of the most competitive D3 leagues in the country (one that my dad played in as well on a rival team, #BeatBowdoin) while still getting an amazing education."