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Maple Ridge lacrosse star gets 100th NCAA point

Ella Todd passes milestone with Newbury on Saturday
Ella Todd of Maple Ridge scored her 100th point in the NCAA on Saturday with Newbury College. (Paul Evans/Special to The News)

One of Maple Ridge’s young lacrosse stars hit a major milestone over the weekend.

Ella Todd scored the 100th point of her NCAA career, and there are many more to come for the sophomore with the Newberry Wolves.

Todd had 35 goals and 52 points in 18 games last season, and is having another great campaign. She has 30 goals and 49 points in 14 games, and a combined 101 points for her career.

Todd passed the 100-point waypost as her Wolves blasted the Mars Hill Lions on Saturday, by a score of 20-4, and the Ridge girl had four goals and three assists in the game.

Todd, a five-foot-two attacking player who graduated from Maple Ridge Secondary, played for the Ridge Meadows Burrrards and Team BC, and was named to the All-Conference Team in 2023.

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Newbury plays in the South Atlantic Conference, in the NCAA second division.

Neil Corbett

About the Author: Neil Corbett

I have been a journalist for more than 30 years, the past decade with the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News.
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