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Girls lacrosse: Bocklet named an All-American

Posted Monday, June 28, 2010 by Ian Harris

Girls lacrosse: Bocklet named an All-American

John Jay junior Casey Bocklet was one of 12 girls lacrosse players from Section 1 to be named All-Americans for the spring season.

Bocklet rewrote the record book for John Jay girls lacrosse this past season as she scored a school single-season record with 105 goals, making her the first John Jay player to go over 100 goals in a single season. She broke the old mark for goals in a season of 80, set by Jen Hadley in 1990.

Bocklet, a three-year starter, now has 214 career goals, setting a new John Jay career record. She is the first player to go over 200 career goals.

She also broke her own school record for points in a season, with 151 points. Last year, she finished with 101 points, breaking Hadley’s record of 97.

Six John Jay players were recognized at the 2010 All Elite Girls Lacrosse Dinner on June 8 to honor the top girls lacrosse players in Section 1.

Bocklet, sophomore Lauren Murray (45 goals, 11 assists) and senior Kylee Harris (37 goals, 30 assists) earned All-Elite recognition for Conference 3 League A, while sophomore Kelsey Davey (27 goals, 15 assists) and senior Katie Deluca (22 goals, 14 assists) were named All-Elite honorable mention. In addition, junior defender Katie Flynn was named to the All-Section team.

Kylee Harris was also one of the 12 girls from Section 1 awarded the Golden Dozen Scholar Athlete Award by the Lower Hudson Girls Lacrosse Coaches Association, recognizing scholar athletes who combine ability and teamwork on the lacrosse field with success in the classroom and outstanding contribution to the community

The John Jay girls lacrosse team had one of its best seasons the year, going 16-2 and tying state finalist Fox Lane for the Conference 3 League A title.

In addition to Bocklet, Murray and Davey, the Indians will also return two of their other top scorers next season in junior Darragh Evarts (19 goals, seven assists) and freshman Sarah Lang (16 goals, nine assists).

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