2023 Season Coaches
I grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and started playing lacrosse just before high school. I played defense all throughout my 4 years and was a captain for my junior and senior seasons. A fun fact about me is I’m cross-dominance (kinda like ambidextrous) and played as a lefty for my first year! After high school, I moved to San Luis Obispo, CA to get my degree in engineering at Cal Poly where I played on their club team. Unfortunately, I was only able to play for a year so I could better focus on school.
I graduated from college this past spring and ended up moving to Seattle to work at Boeing! I have definitely been missing the athletic world and figured what better way to get back into it than coaching. Although this will be my first year as an official coach, I am so excited to meet the 7/8s team! Most of all, I hope to instill confidence, a strong work ethic, and a team mentality in each one of the players all while having a fun season.
I grew up near Portland Oregon and started playing lacrosse in 5th grade. At the time, there was no girls team so I had to play on the co-ed team, which meant I played BOYS lacrosse (helmet, pads, and all). Luckily in 6th grade, we had a girls team and I've been playing attack ever since. I played all through college and am currently part of a women's league here in Seattle.
I've been coaching since I was in high school. Primarily coaching elementary-aged kids at summer camps. I also coached a Middle School team throughout college! I went to school in Minnesota - you don't know cold until you've played a lax season in MinneSNOWta.
I've been a coach with Doublecrosse since 2018 and love watching the girls improve each year. As a coach, I value a positive attitude, teamwork, and most importantly having fun. Let's go Doublecrosse!!!
PS. check out my favorite trick shot from HS! (I'm the one in white!)
I grew up near Portland, OR, and began playing lacrosse starting in 4th grade with some summer skills camps, moving to a coed team the following year (like my sister, Chloe, I also had to wear a helmet/pads and play with the, ew, boys!). I played on indoor and traveling club teams throughout middle and high school, and joined the Varsity Team as an attacker starting my freshman year. I was named team captain my junior and senior years. My love for lacrosse did not end, even though I played club rugby when I attended college on the east coast - I definitely have had my fair share of contact sports! I have coached lacrosse summer camps in the past, and stress the importance of commitment to teamwork and coming to practice ready to play. I am looking forward to helping the 5/6 Team improve their lacrosse skills and have a fun and safe season. Get ready for this Doublecrosse sister dream team!!
I grew up in Portland, OR and began playing lacrosse in 6th grade. I played in high school up until tearing my ACL at the beginning of my senior season. After high school I attended Gonzaga University. I worked on strengthening my knee so I could play on their club league but unfortunately tore my ACL on the same knee a week before the season began my Freshman year. It was discouraging to go through the surgery and rehab all over again but I focused on my strength and was able to play the final 3 years. During those 3 years, our club team was able to travel to many regional tournaments as well as tournaments on the East Coast and in California.
After college, I moved up to Seattle and have been working as a project engineer for a general contractor. I’m currently onsite at the T-Mobile Headquarters building their final skybridge. I began coaching with Doublecrosse in 2020 but unfortunately COVID shut the season down early. I can’t wait to get to know the 3/4 girls and watch them begin to grow their lacrosse skills while also improving problem solving, sportsmanship, and leadership skills!