League: Girls Varsity

Girls Varsity

Sarasota Sailors vs. Riverview Rams (SENIOR NIGHT)πŸŽ“


The Riverview Rams (3-1,2-0) Varsity Girls celebrated Senior Night at the Ram Bowl with a decisive district win against the Sarasota Sailors (1-3, 1-1), 21-9. Eight different Rams contributed to the scoring, with Senior midfielder Susan Lowther leading the scoring with 9 points (6G/3A). Seniors Emily Honish (3G/1A) and Alexandra Hernandez (3G), along with Junior Caroline Steinwachs (3G/1A) also netted hat-tricks for the Rams. Junior Chloe Hackl and Freshmen Ashley Eisenacher each scored 2 goals for Riverview, as well.

Sarasota Junior midfielder Ava Kozicky was the Sailors’ leading scorer with 7 points (6G/1A). Kozicky came into the game averaging 7 goals per game.


Riverview Rams @ Plant Panthers

The Riverview Rams Varsity Girls (2-1, 1-0) traveled to Tampa for a non-district matchup against the HB Plant Panthers (3-0). The Panthers jumped out to a commanding 11-1 lead after the first two quarters and cruised to an easy 18-5 victory.

Junior Mckenzey Craig and Senior Maddie Miller each had 4 goals, and Junior Olivia Gray had 3 goals for Plant. Senior Susan Lowther lead Riverview with 3 goals.


Lakewood Ranch Mustangs vs. Riverview Rams

The Riverview Rams (2-0, 1-0) Varsity Girls hosted their district rival, Lakewood Ranch Mustangs (2-2, 0-1), at the Ram Bowl on Monday night for their home opener. Controlling the draws throughout the game (72%) enabled the Rams to control possession, as well as the scoring, leading to a decisive 19-7 victory. Six different Rams scored multiple goals, with Senior Susan Lowther leading the scoring with 8 points (5G/3A), Junior Caroline Steinwachs with 6 points (5G/1A), Junior CC Hackl with 3 goals, Seniors Emily Honinsh and Alexandra Hernandez with 3 points (2G/1A) and Freshmen Ashley Eisenacher with 2 goals. Freshmen goalie Verite Molinaro finished the game with 7 saves on 14 shots.

Lakewood Ranch’s scoring was lead by Senior Morgan Barton with 4 goals and Sophomore Gabbie Hotaling with 4 points (3G/1A).


Riverview Rams @ IMG Academy Blue

The Riverview Rams Varsity Girls (1-0) opened the 2024 season, on the road, with an impressive 17-10 win over IMG Academy Blue. Playing under the new “quarter” rules for the 2024 season, the Rams jumped out to a quick, 6-2 lead over IMG, with 4 goals by Susan Lowther (SR) and goals by Emily Honish (SR) and Ashley Eisenacher (FR). The Ascenders were able to trim Rams’ lead to only 2 goals, 8-6, when the horn sounded at halftime. In the third quarter, Riverview poured it on, outscoring IMG 7-1, with Lowther netting 4 more goals in the quarter to push Riverview’s lead to 15-7. Lowther would finish the game with 10 goals, setting a new Riverview Rams record for goals scored in a single game. That’s an impressive accomplishment considering Lowther only took 12 shots in the game (83% scoring accuracy). Riverview was strong at the draw, as well, with Lowther, Eisenacher, Caroline Steinwachs (JR), and Maggie Graham (SR) working together to win 20 of the 31 draws (65%). Rams scoring: Lowther – 11 points (10G/1A); Steinwachs – 4 points (3G/1A); Honish – 2 points (1G/1A); Hernandez (SR) – 1G, Eisenacher – 1G, Berzins (FR) – 1G


Riverview Rams Preseason Jamboree (JV and Varsity)

Lax Against Leukemia is a preseason high school lacrosse tournament at Premier Sports Campus of Lakewood Ranch to benefit the Joey Powers Leukemia Project.

Joey Powers played at Cardinal Mooney High School before losing his fight with pediatric leukemia. The Joey Powers Leukemia Project, founded by his family in 2010, raises money to provide financial assistance to families battling pediatric leukemia.

Check back soon for more details on registration and for the complete tournament schedule.

Mandatory – Player/Parent Meeting (Girls – Varsity/JV)

Please mark you calendar for the mandatory parent/player meetings for Girls Varsity & JV lacrosse programs on Tuesday, February 6, 2022, at theΒ Riverview High School Cafeteria.

  • Coach Christiani will be speaking about his strength and conditioning program, along with the player’s progression from start to finish, and will be reviewing the data he’s collected…as well as his suggestions for in-season training to continue to give our kids an opportunity to stay conditioned.
  • We will collect player fees from any parents who have not yet made their payments on the website.
  • We will collect any sponsorship fees from donors who have not yet completed their sponsorship profile on the website.
  • Volunteer sign-up sheets will be available for any remaining spots that need to be filled.
  • Apparel will be available for sale


We have team pictures this Saturday and players need to wear their white home game uniforms. These pictures will be taken in the locker room. No cleats allowed! Please have your player wear sneakers with their uniform.

Schedule: Please arrive 15 minutes before your team’s scheduled time.
11 AM-JV Girls team picture
11:30 AM-Varsity Girls team picture
Senior Girls stay for individual Senior pictures-$125 sitting and final editing fee for 3-5 images payable to Suzanne Koscho (Venmo:@suzanne-koscho, Zelle:suzannekoscho@yahoo.com or 941-323-5457, or a check written out to Koscho Photography)