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  • Trevs bring home the state championship
    As the last seconds ticked off the clock, New Trier assistant coach Kristen Murray said, "This has been a special season," and she was right. As the buzzer sounded, the Trevians raced on the field to celebrate their first IHSA state championship with a 12-4 win over a tough Hinsdale Central team. It was New Trier's first state title until 2008, and what might considered one of the best played games ever by a New Trier girls lacrosse team. (Click on title to read more)
  • New Trier holds off GBS to advance to state final
    The Trevians led 13-6 with 18:33 left in the game, but a determined Glenbrook South team fought back to tie the game 14-14 with 4:43 left. New Trier was able to win the draw and Lucy Murray scored with 2:14 left to send the Trevians to the state title game on Saturday with a 15-14 win. (Click on title to read more)
  • Balanced offense and pressure D send Trevs to state
    New Trier scored seven unanswered goals to end the first half and lead 13-2, en route to a 18-4 win in the IHSA Super-Sectional over St. Ignatius to advance to the IHSA state final four this weekend. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs defeat Loyola in thrilling finish
    New Trier jumped out to a 4-0 lead and was in control most the game, but after leading 11-5, Loyola scored six unanswered goals to tie the game with 1:48 left. The Ramblers won the draw, but Kate Burnham made her seventh gave of the game on a fast break, and the Trevs came down on offense and junior Claudia Shevitz drove and ripped a shot to give the Trevians the lead with :41 seconds on the clock. Charley Meier won the biggest draw of the game and Lucy Murray put one in to finish the scoring and give New Trier a sectional championship with a 13-11 win. (Click on title to read more)
  • Moving on to the Sectional Final
    The Trevs came out strong against CLS rival Maine South, going up 3-0 over the Hawks. New Trier would go on to a 20-7 win to advance to play Loyola in the Sectional Final. (Click on title to read more)
  • New Trier advances in state playoffs
    The Trevs started the IHSA state playoffs by defeating Northside College Prep 20-0. New Trier will face CSL rival Maine South on Wednesday at 5:45 pm at Resurrection High School. (Click on title to read more)
  • Team effort helps Trevs take down state champs
    New Trier knew they would be in for a challenge taking on the defending state champs on their home field, but the Trevians played tough defense and had poise on offense to win 15-9 over Hinsdale Central. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs finish week undefeated
    New Trier kicked off the week with a 19-0 shutout over Lake Forest on Teacher Appreciation Day, followed by 18-5 wins over #7 ranked St. Charles and Oak Park River Forest. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs recognize seniors
    Congratulations to our seniors on a great career! Your competitive spirit, leadership and how you embodied putting the team first will hallmark this class. Thank you to Kate Burnham, Katie Busch, Valentina de al Torre, Claire Gottreich, Sammie Johnson, Lucy Murray, Lily Nicolaides, Anna Resnick, Maggie Samson, Madison Smith and Olivia Zaban. Thanks also to the parents and families for your support for these amazing kids. (Click on title to read more)
  • Thrilling finishes highlight Michigan Road Trip
    New Trier found a way to rally back twice in the closing minutes to tie the Michigan state champs Rockford 14-14 on Friday night. Then on Saturday, the Trevians were down 10-7 with 13 minutes left and rallied back again to win 11-10 over Forest Hills. (Click on title for full story)
  • New Trier remains undefeated in conference play

    The Trevians came out strong against the Spartans and scored twelve unanswered goals to win 20-5 and remain undefeated in the Central Suburban League.


  • Trevs fall to Ramblers
    In a game where both teams played tough defense in an early low scoring game, New Trier came back to make the score 6-5 in the second half, but Loyola pulled away for an 11-6 win. (Click on title to read more)
  • Strong start helps take down Michigan power East Grand Rapids
    The Trevians came out strong and jumped out to a 7-0 lead before the Pioneers were able to get on the board. The offense kept rolling and New Trier defeated East Grand Rapids 18-5. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs and Titans team up to fight cancer
    New Trier and Glenbrook South played in their 8th annual cancer awareness game. This year, they teamed up with "Go4theGoal" to wear gold laces and raise money to help kids facing pediatric cancer. The Trevs also raised money for the American Cancer Society to fight breast cancer. New Trier played inspired lacrosse and won 19-6. (Click on title to read more)
  • Down three Trevs tie Ohio state champs
    With the score 8-5, New Trier's defense held the Golden Bears scoreless for the last 14 minutes, and the Trevs rallied back to tie the defending Ohio state champs. (Click on title to read more)
  • Big run lifts Trevians past Hawks
    After falling behind 2-0, New Trier scored 14 unanswered goals to defeat Maine South 17-4 and raise their record to 5-0, 3-0 in the Central Suburban League. (Click on title to read more)
  • Career best efforts help take down Kentucky state champs
    New Trier used an explosive offensive effort to defeat Kentucky Country Day 23-10. The Trevs offense shot 72% and had several players with career bests to help take down the Bearcats. (Click on title to read more)
  • Strong defensive effort takes care of Lyons
    From the opening draw to the end of the game, the Trevians used an aggressive pressure defense to slow down a solid offensive squad led by All-Stater Hannah Greving, en route to a 20-2 win over Lyons. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs open up season with win over Deerfield

    Aggressive defensive pressure and fast breaks enabled New Trier to control the possession and pace of the game, and led to a 22-2 win over Deerfield. The Warriors came out fighting, winning several of the first draws, but pressure in the midfield and high pressure double teams led to several turnovers that sparked quick scores for the Trevians. (Click on title to read more)


  • Trevs cap tremendous season with IHSA state runner-up finish
    After defeating Naperville North in the IHSA semi-finals Friday 14-3, New Trier ran into a hot team on their home field, and lost to Hinsdale Central 13-3 Saturday to finish 2nd in the inaugural IHSA state series. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs advance to first IHSA state final four
    After battling to a 6-3 halftime lead, New Trier pulled away behind winning draws and ground balls to defeat Lake Forest 14-5 in the IHSA Supersectional. (Click on title to read more)
  • Meier and Rice lead tough defense in sectional win over GBS
    After trailing early and the game tied 2-2 at 17:40, the defense stepped up and held the Titans to one more first half goal, en route to a 14-8 win over a tough well coached conference rival. (Click on title to read more)
  • New Trier moves on to sectional final
    The Trevians defeated Deerfield 18-3 behind great an aggressive defensive effort all over the field, forcing 11 turnovers against the Warriors. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs fight back to knock off Hinsdale Central
    New Trier let a three goal load disappear twice, but they held on to defeat a very athletic and talented power in Hinsdale Central 11-9 in a thrilling win to finish the season. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs come out strong to win conference title
    Glenbrook South is a very talented and well coached team, and the Trevs didn't overlook the Titans as they went up 7-0 before the Titans got on the board and defeated GBS 15-4 for the CSL conference title. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs use ball control to defeat Montini
    The Trevians handled a very talented attack on senior night with tremendous play in all facets of the game, defeating the Broncos 19-4. (Click on title to read more)
  • High powered and poised offense leads Trevs past Lake Forest
    New Trier came out strong and controlled the ball with an impressive offensive effort, shooting 72% in their 16-4 win over the Scouts. (Click on title to read more)
  • Defense sets the tone in win over Arrowhead
    New Trier traveled up to Wisconsin to face Arrowhead, and the defense set the tone early forcing turnovers and preventing the Warhawks from getting any good looks with tremendous pressure and double teams. The Trevs won 14-1. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs remain undefeated in conference play
    After defeating Highland Park 20-0, the Trevians are 6-0 in the Central Suburban League. (Click on title to read more)
  • It takes two days for the Trevs to takedown Kits after power outage
    With the score 10-4 and 23:36 on the clock, the lights and scoreboard went out and forced Evanston to come back on Friday to finish the game. New Trier controlled the ball and held off the Kits for a 16-6 win. (Click title to read more)
  • Trevs fall to the Ramblers
    After going up 3-1, New Trier was not able to stop 10 unanswered goals by Loyola, losing 18-6 at home. (Click on title to read more)
  • Tough defense helps Trevs takedown Michigan state champs
    New Trier held one of the top offenses in the Midwest in check and forced several big turnovers that turned into goals for the Trevians in their 13-6 win over Rockford. (Click on title to read more)
  • Great competition on trip to the Golden State
    The Trevs enjoyed sunshine and great competition on their trip to California. New Trier defeated St. Ignatius on Friday 14-11, then played a double header Saturday, beating Carondelet 14-8 and losing to Novato 20-6. (Click on title to read more)
  • Trevs travel to Cali this weekend
    New Trier will head to California on Thursday evening for a three game stint in the Golden State. The Trevs will face national power and three time North Region State Champion Novato, St. Ignatius and Carondelet. They will also get a chance to watch three alums play Friday when Colorado faces Stanford. (Click on title to read more)
  • Big second half lifts Trevs over Hawks
    New Trier fell behind 6-4 in the first half, but scored seven unanswered goals and played a great second half to defeat a very talented and well coached Maine South team 19-8. (Click on title to read more)
  • Tough defense not enough to takedown Ohio power Upper Arlington
    The New Trier defense held the #25 team in the country to only 7 goals, but the Trevs fell to the Golden Bears 7-5. (Click on title to read more)
  • Big second half enables Trevians to pull away from St. Charles

    Seven unanswered goals in the second half helped New Trier pull away to beat St. Charles 19-8. (Click on title to read more)


    The Trevs had to use every ounce of their perseverance and poise to defeat the Red Devils 7-5 to advance to the state final. (Click on title to read more)
    Congratulations to the 2017 Illinois High School Women's Lacrosse Association All-State selections for New Trier. (Click on title to read more)
    New Trier scored 13 unanswered goals to a 15-1 lead, en route to a 20-2 win over Wheaton United in the sectional semi-finals of the state tournament. (Click on title to read more)
    The Trevians controlled the ball and tempo to hold off a well coached and determined Arrowhead team 18-2 on "Teacher Appreciation Day". New Trier heads into the playoffs as the #2 seed in the state tournament with an 18-3 record. (Click on title to read more)
    Kelsey Murray, class of '13, scored seven points Sunday against San Diego State and etched her name in Stanford lacrosse history as she became the all-time leader in points with 214, surpassing Megan Burker's previous record of 207. (Click on title to read more)
    New Trier's game on Friday at Hinsdale Central will be the high school "Game of the Week" on the Comcast Network CN100, which will be aired on Comcast at 12 and 4 pm on Saturday. (Click on title to read more) 
    Class of 2013 alum Kelsey Murray is the first Trevian to receive All-American honors. Kelsey was named Second-Team All-American for Stanford. She helped the Cardinal advance to the second round of the NCAA tournament and led Stanford with 44 goals and 28 assists.
  • Congrats to the 2018 All State Selections
    The Illinois High School Women's Lacrosse Association announced the 2018 All-State Selections. Congrats to senior Courtney Kaskey, junior Lucy Murray and sophomores Claudia Shevitz and Charley Meier for being named First Team. Congrats to senior Sophie King and junior Claire Gottreich for being named Honorable Mention. Here is the link to all the All-State Selections.  2018 All-State