Stepinac lacrosse had a challenging regular season but managed to secure their first state championship in program history, led by senior Aiden Bross and coach James Goldmann.

By the Numbers
  • The Crusaders finished the regular season with a record of 7-10.
  • Stepinac defeated Kellenberg 13-10 in the state championship to claim their historic title.
  • P.J. Hodge contributed three goals and two assists in the championship game.
Yes, But

The team faced challenges with injuries and a tough regular season but overcame them to achieve success.

State of Play
  • Stepinac is looking to capitalize on their historic win and build a strong future with a talented group of returning players.
  • Coach Goldmann emphasizes the team's defensive strength and potential for continued success in the seasons to come.
What's Next

Stepinac aims to maintain their winning momentum and establish themselves as a consistent force in lacrosse, leveraging their recent success for future growth.

Bottom Line

Despite a challenging season, Stepinac lacrosse secured their first state championship, setting the stage for continued success with a talented roster and a strong team dynamic.