Posted: 11:52 am Thursday, April 10th, 2014

Girls lacrosse: Oxbridge’s Sarah Shilling sets scoring mark 

By Jodie Wagner

Sarah Shilling

Oxbridge attack Sarah Shilling (5) scored her 100th goal of the season Wednesday against Seminole Ridge. (Photo special to The Post)

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.