WEB EXCLUSIVE: Following are women's player participating in the final four this weekend at Villanova Stadium:
High school: Upper Dublin
Skinny: Cross scored 15 goals in 21 games at midfield for the Orange and scooped up 17 ground balls. . . . Played in the High School Showcase at Disney World and was a two-time U.S. Lacrosse All-American.
High school: Upper Dublin
Skinny: Played all 21 games in her freshman season with the Orange, scoring 16 goals and grabbing 15 groundballs. . . . Major force in the midfield all season for the Orange.
High school: Pottstown
Skinny: Mock has been a terror on defense, starting 18 games for the Orange at defense in 2013 and causing 16 turnovers, the third most on the roster. . . . Member of the National Honor Society and was an two-time honorable mention All-American in high school.
High school: Archbishop Wood
Skinny: Played three games for the Tar Heels in her freshman campaign. She was a three-time All-Catholic League choice and two-time Academic All-America selection in her days at Archbishop Wood.
High school: Merion Mercy Academy
Skinny: Corzel was named a team captain in 2013 and it motivated her strong season following a season-ending injury in 2012. Led the team in ground balls with 38 and added 17 caused turnovers in 19 games this year.
High school: Downingtown East
Skinny: A returning starter at defensive midfielder for the Tar Heels, Devlin played all 19 games this season for the team. Was one of the nation's top 25 recruits her senior season, played in the 2-11 Under Armour All-America game her senior season.
High School: Strath Haven
Skinny: UNC team captain for 2013 as well as a four-year starter in the midfield for the Tar Heels. Garrity started 59 out of her 60 games prior to her senior season. Impacts both sides of the ball.
High School: West Chester East
Skinny: Played only one game for the Tar Heels this season but was a highly sought-after recruit during her senior campaign. . . . Was 2012 first-team All-America selection by U.S. Lacrosse.
High school: Moorestown
Skinny: In her first season as a starter for the Wildcats, she started all 21 games and logged over 1,000 minutes with 128 saves and only two losses. Two-time Inquirer Player of the Year.
High school: Episcopal Academy
Skinny: Played nine games for the Wildcats in 2013. . . . McHugh finished as a four-year letterwinner at the Episcopal Academy, scoring more than 230 career goals and finishing with the second most in school history.
High school: Pennridge
Skinny: Played in 10 games over her career with the Wildcats, recording one ground ball against USC. . . . She was a three-year letterwinner at Pennridge, finishing her career with 116 goals and 21 assists and as team captain.