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10 Charlotte North

2022 U.S. Women Roster




Dallas, Texas


Episcopal School of Dallas


Boston College '21

She's simply the most electrifying player in the sport right now. When the ball is in her stick, all eyes are locked on Charlotte North.

After lighting up the scoreboard at Duke for two years, Charlotte North helped Boston College get over the hump, winning its first national championship in 2021. Along the way, she became one of the most recognizable players in the sport at any level.

A two-time Tewaaraton Award winner, North became the NCAA's all-time goals scored leader and is poised to lead the U.S. women's national team with her creative playmaking and pinpoint shooting skills.

  • Made her debut with the U.S. team program during tryouts in the summer of 2021
  • Scored a game-high six goals in Blue-White exhibition game in summer of 2021 and then had a team-high six points (3g, 3a) in 19-3 win over Canada during 2021 Fall Classic
  • Had a team-high three goals in 15-8 win over Athletes Unlimited in June 2022
  • Tewaaraton winner the last two years at Boston College
  • Graduated as the NCAA’s all-time goals leader with 358
  • Scored 92 goals in 2022 and set career-highs with 115 points and 139 draw controls
  • Scored a then-NCAA record 102 goals in 2021 and was also the MOP of NCAA tournament after leading the Eagles to their first national championship
  • Had 23 goals in BC’s abbreviated 2020 season
  • Had 141 goals in two seasons at Duke before transferring to Boston College
  • No. 1 overall pick in 2022 Athletes Unlimited College Draft