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Naomi Rogge named player of the year by girls' lacrosse coaches association

By Trevor Squire, SportsEngine, 06/06/17, 2:00PM CDT


The Eden Prairie senior headlined a group of 13 Minnesotans earning All-American honors this season.

In 13 regular season games, Rogge tallied 69 goals and 90 points. She'll play hockey at Minnesota-Duluth in the fall. Photo by Mark Hvidsten, SportsEngine

June ushers in summer but also the section playoffs, where regular-season accolades are left in the past but not left unnoticed.

Eden Prairie's Naomi Rogge, who is committed to play hockey for Minnesota-Duluth next winter, tallied 90 points as the state’s second-leading points scorer and was named Player of the Year by the Minnesota Girls’ Lacrosse Coaches Association on May 31.

She was a vital piece of the two-time defending state champion's juggernaut offense -- one that saw Eden Prairie, ranked No. 1 in the state coaches' poll, rack up a state-high 234 goals in 13 games against a grueling schedule.

Rogge is one of four Eagles to earn All-State and All-American honors this season, the most of any team in the state.

Third-ranked Apple Valley boasts a second-best two All-Americans in Louisville commit Molly Moynihan and Naval Academy recruit Reagan Roelofs.

In all, 52 players were All-State selections this season, while 13 players among the list were selected as All-Americans.

View the All-State and All-American list below:


Player School
Molly Moynihan Apple Valley
Reagan Roelofs Apple Valley
Nellie Ide Blake
Rachel Graff Bloomington Jefferson
Carly Goetz Chaska
Naomi Rogge Eden Prairie
Hannah Brink Eden Prairie
Sammie Morton Eden Prairie
Ellie Henry Eden Prairie
Lex Seifert Hutchinson
Ellie Lauderdale Lakeville South
Sarah Pierson Prior Lake
Olivia Konigson Stillwater


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