Posted: 11:52 am Thursday, April 10th, 2014
By Jodie Wagner
Oxbridge Academy girls lacrosse attack Sarah Shilling set school and state scoring marks Wednesday by notching her 100th goal of the season in a 22-9 victory against Seminole Ridge.
The senior scored a season-high 12 goals in the game and now has 101 goals on the season, with one regular-season game remaining tonight against Spanish River. District competition begins Monday.
Shilling became the 16th girls lacrosse player to score 100 or more goals in a season, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations.
She also is the first Florida high school girls lacrosse player to score 100 or more goals in a season.
The national record for goals in a season is 157, which was set by Autumn McMillin of Tecumseh (Mich.) High in 2010.
Shilling has played varsity lacrosse at Oxbridge for three seasons. She played at Dwyer as a freshman.
The ThunderWolves are 10-6 this season under first-year coach Marissa Lisi.
Oxbridge hosts Suncoast in a first-round district game Monday at 4 p.m. The ThunderWolves are the No. 2 seed, and have beaten the Chargers twice this season by scores of 14-5 and 15-14.