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BC Interruption’s 2021 Female Player of the Year is Charlotte North

No surprise here!

2021 NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Wrapping up this year’s BCI awards, last but certainly not the least — BCI’s Female Player of the Year is, unanimously, Boston College Women’s Lacrosse’s Charlotte North.

Charlotte North had an incredible season this year, and it’s hard to even put into words the impact she had on college lacrosse. Playing in her first full season since transferring to BC in 2019, North scored 102 goals in 21 games — breaking the NCAA single season scoring record by two goals. She had multi-goal games in all but three games this season. She set a record for goals in a single NCAA tournament with 31, and was a major factor in BC’s National Championship win where she scored six goals in the title game against Syracuse. Following the win, she was named the NCAA tournament’s Most Outstanding Player.

In addition to scoring 102 goals this season, North had 12 assists, bringing her point total over the season to 114. She also had a .630 shooting percentage this year, along with an average of 8.29 draw control wins.

Her status as the top NCAA women’s lacrosse player this year was solidified as she won the 2021 Tewaaraton Award.

And the best part? She’s not done. North announced a few weeks ago that she’ll be returning to BC for her graduate year in 2022, where she’ll be aiming to lead the defending champions to another NCAA title.