Jacqueline Anderson Selected for ESPN All-American Showcase

CAL's Jacqueline Anderson was chosen as one of 200 of the nation's top high school boys' and girls' lacrosse players by US Lacrosse to compete in the 2012 Champion® All-American Showcase, a US Lacrosse event. The boys' and girls' showcases were held as part of the ESPNHS Games held July 22-27 at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

For the girls' event, July 22-24, US Lacrosse All-Americans were selected from across the country. For the boys' showcase, July 25-27, players were selected by US Lacrosse's High School Area Chairmen, and invited after careful consultation with high school coaches in all regions across the country.

The girls' showcase featured a four-team round-robin pool and a welcome dinner the evening of July 22. A total of 84 players from 30 states were selected to four teams that competed in three pool-play games before the championship and consolation games, Tuesday, July 24. The girls' championship game was streamed live on ESPN3.