BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - MAY 26: Brindi Griffin #1 of Maryland Terrapins runs with the ball against the Boston College Eagles during the 2019 NCAA Division I Women's Lacrosse Championship at Homewood Field on May 26, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)
5. Tayler Warehime, UNC

Warehime absolutely punked the opposing goalie with this one, pump-faking to draw the keeper off her line before smoothly burying it low-corner behind-the-back. Trick shots aren’t supposed to look this easy.

4. Caroline Beck, Monmouth

The season hasn’t really begun until someone’s ankles are broken, and Monmouth’s Caroline Beck did the honor this year, dropping her defender before burying her shot.

3. Kailyn Hart, Stony Brook

The Stony Brook freshman makes magic out of chaos with this goal, scooping a loose ball off the dropped pass and then tossing it behind-the-back and passed the keeper. Poor defenders probably thought they had a chance.

2. Brindi Griffin, Maryland

Twizzlers are always sick, but rarely do you see a player pull one off with a defender on her back given how much space is needed to twist both your body and your stick. Apparently no one bothered to tell Griffin this shouldn’t look so easy.

1. Kailyn Hart, Stony Brook

This may be the smoothest behind-the-back you will ever see, and it was only Hart’s second-ever collegiate goal (and it was at No. 4 Syracuse). Both this shot and her goal above made SportsCenter’s Top 10. Not bad for someone only a few weeks into their college career.