Marcy, N.Y. - Senior attack Madison Davis became the first player in Whitesboro girls lacrosse program history to reach the 200 career points milestone this season.
With six goals and three assists on Monday against VVS, Davis now has 41 goals and 22 assists this season for a total of 63 points in 11 games played.
For her career, she has 149 goals and 79 assists for 228 career points. She leads the Warriors all-time each of the major offensive categories: goals, assists and points.
"It's pretty cool, I've been working on it all four years on varsity," Davis said. "It's a good accomplishment."
Davis has been playing lacrosse since she was three or four years old. She said that at home, she would play for hours, practicing moves and her shot with her father who always pointed out what she was doing well and what she could improve on.
She also said her father taught her all about how to be a leader both on and off the field.
That dedication has translated into a highly successful Warriors career, one that will be difficult to replicate for anyone moving forward.
"To see Madison accomplish that for us is a testament to her and her teammates around her," said Warriors head coach, Benjamin Schoen. "The nice thing to see too is that she's got a number of assists with that so it's not just all goal scoring."
Not only does her skill-set make her a valuable part of the team, but also her vision on the field and the fact that her preferred hand isn't highly common in girls lacrosse, also makes her a unique player.
"She's a lefty so just to have a lefty attackman is a luxury in itself," said Schoen. '"To have someone down low that you can count on to finish the ball, it's definitely an area we're going to miss next year and a big gap looking to fill."
When asked if becoming the first person to ever accomplish 200 career points in a Whitesboro uniform has hit her yet, she said, "A little, but whenever the season is done, it'll hit me like wow, I actually did this."
Davis is heading to Onondaga Community College in Syracuse to continue her lacrosse career in the fall.
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