Maggie attended Harvard University. Her senior year, Harvard finished the season with an overall record of 15-0, capturing the Ivy League crown and coming back to defeat the University of Maryland in an 8-7 win to capture the NCAA tournament title.
In May 2005, Maggie Vaughan was inducted into the Harvard Athletic Hall of Fame after a stellar lacrosse career from 1987 - 1990. Maggie was only the second Harvard women's lacrosse player to ever be named First Team All-Ivy all four years of her college career. She also earned First Team All-American in 1989 and 1990. Not only was she was a member of the 1990 National Champion Harvard women's lacrosse team that also won Ivy titles in 1987, 1988, 1989 and 1990. Maggie was named Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 1987 and Player of the Year in 1990 and she was also an NCAA Post Graduate Scholar and World Cup Participant. She played on the 1993 and 1997 US World Cup Lacrosse teams. Both teams captured the World Cup Gold Medal.
Maggie played for Kathy Jenkins at Saint Agnes School (now known as St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School). Maggie also has been inducted into the Hall of the Fame for the Potomac Chapter of US Lacrosse, and St. Stephens & St. Agnes School. Prior to attending the University of Virginia School of Law, she was an assistant coach at Harvard University for one season and the head coach at Episcopal High School for two seasons. Maggie is currently an attorney in private practice and a youth coach for the Alexandria Lacrosse Club. Maggie and her husband, Jack, reside in Alexandria with their two children.
Kathy JenkinsKathy has been the coach at St. Stephens St. Agnes HS since 1976 and has led her team to be recognized as one of the nation's elite lacrosse programs. Her success at the Alexandria, VA school is unrivaled in the region. Her teams have won over 20 league titles, including the past 16 straight ISL crowns and have gone undefeated five times. Her career record has over 500 wins. Over the years, Kathy has sent hundreds of players on to college lacrosse teams. Jenkins is a member of the US National Lacrosse Hall of Fame's Potomac and Virginia chapters.
Sarah AschenbachSarah, a former player at Washington and Lee (Va.) University (1991-1995) and Stone Ridge Country Day (Md.) School (1987-1991), joined the U.S. U19 women's national team program as the team's manager. Aschenbach currently serves as head women's varsity lacrosse coach at The Connelly School of the Holy Child (Md.). She has also coached teams in the US Lacrosse WDNT, served as co-coordinator of the regional WDNT tryouts and served as chair of the US Lacrosse High School All-American selection committee as part of the US Lacrosse Women's Division Coaches Council.
Sarah is a former player for the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA where she played midfield and low defense. She just completed her 5th year coaching at Hayfield High School and previously coached at Wilson High School in Washington, DC and Holy Cross High School in Delran, NJ. She previously coached club lacrosse for Tri-State Lacrosse on NJ. In 2011, she received Women in Sports Coach of the Year Award.
Nicholle Depaz ClintonNicholle (GCM Class of 2003) is entering her third year as the Varsity Head Coach for the 2012 season. In 2010 Coach Clinton became the Varsity Head Coach and took Marshall to their first winning season since 2005 (6-5) and their fourth regional appearance in program history. In her second season, she took Marshall to their first double digit winning season since 1996 (10-5), the Statesmen went on to win their first regional game in 2011. In 2010, Coach Depaz Clinton took home the award for Liberty District Coach of the Year and her team received the Northern Virginia Sportsmanship Award.
Chris CoxChris was the head coach for the 2011 Fort Hunt 5th/6th Grade A team which won the NVYLL Championship in 2011. Chris has been coaching Fort Hunt 5 years and is an assistant Coach for the 2017 Stars team
Carter FooteCarter played for Vanderbilt and scored in every game except one. Carter was a major contributor and an extraordindary attacker. She was voted captain her senior year and finished ALL-ALC her senior year with 36 goals, 25 draw controls, and 12 ground balls. Carter was the Virginia Independent Schools Player of the Year and was an Under Armour All-American in 2006. She attended Saint Stephens, Saint Agnes and during her time there, the Saints were ranked third or better nationally for three straight years. Carter currently works for Scout Sport.
Melissa attended Dartmouth in the class of 2000 which will be remembered as one of the most successful Dartmouth classes for any sport in school history. Their impressive list of trophies includes four Ivy League titles with an impeccable 26-1 Ivy League record and three NCAA post-season tournament appearances. Frazier was considered to be the backbone of the Dartmouth defense. The Berwyn, Pa. native was a first-team All-America and first-team All Ivy during her sophomore and junior seasons. As a senior year co-captain, she recorded 34 goals and 16 assists in four years.
Julia GotwaldJulia, a defender, attended Washington & Lee University and was an All-ODAC selection her senior year 2010. Gotwald started all 17 contests that year and she was ranked second on the team with 19 caused turnovers and 35 draw controls, while collecting 25 ground balls. She also spearheaded a defense that was ranked 18th in Division III with a 7.76 goals-against average. A four-year letterwinner and a team captain her senior season, Gotwald played in 66 games over the course of her career, starting the last three seasons for a defense that was ranked among the nation’s-best all three years.
Jeff HenriksenJeff has coached Stars Lacrosse for three years, most recently taking the Stars Gold team to the US Lacrosse U15 National Championships two years in a row. Jeff also coached the 2015 Blue team to an undefeated season in tournament play in 2010/2011 season culminating with winning the Silver Bracket Championship at the 2011 Vail Shootout. Jeff also coaches in NVYLL for Annandale and has been coaching for seven years with that program at various age levels, most recently taking the 7th/8th grade girls to the NVYLL finals. Jeff played lacrosse at the University of Virginia and grew up in Cold Spring Harbor, NY.
Natalie HerndonNatalie is a recent graduate from Washington and Lee University. She was a three-year letter winner and a starting defender her Junior season on a defensive unit that registered a 6.15 goals-against average. She was a Washington and Lee Scholar Athlete throughout her athletic career. Natalie majored in Spanish and received certification in Secondary Education. She coached with various lacrosse leagues in and around her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia during her college career. In high school, Natalie garnered All-American, Academic All-American and All-State honors.
Mia HurrinMia attended the University of North Carolina as a defender and was a UNC tri-captain for 2011. Hurrin was a third-team All-America in 2010 and grabbed first-team honors for the first time in 2011. A leader of a Carolina defense that finished sixth in the nation in scoring defense at 8.43 goals per game, Hurrin was named All-ACC for a second straight year this spring 2011. The University of North Carolina women's lacrosse team finished third in the final 2011 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association poll. Carolina finished third in the poll for the third year in a row, each time behind Northwestern and Maryland.
Kaitlin KeenaKaitlin attended Notre Dame University as a midfielder. Kaitlin was a key player in the Irish offensive attack during her senior season and brought speed and quickness to the midfield. She was the fastest player on the team and was considered to have the skill and talent to be one of the team's top playmakers. Kaitlin was a first team U.S. Lacrosse All-American in 2007 after being an honorable mention selection in 2006. She scored 32 goals with 32 assists for 64 career points ... and grabbed 59 ground balls, 61 draw controls and 22 caused turnovers.
Holly LeachmanHolly grew up in Baltimore, MD and attended St. Paul’s School and is a member of their Athletic Hall of Fame. She administrates the Stars Lacrosse Club and has a hand in coaching all five teams so she can get to know the girls and help direct them. Holly has three children Penn, Jamie and Tyler who all attended the University of Virginia and played lacrosse. Penn won the ACC tournament his senior year and both Jamie and Tyler won National Championships while at UVA. Tyler ended her career as the 3rd all time leading scorer on the women’s team and won three ACC championships in her career. Her senior year, Tyler was voted MVP of the ACC tournament and was a three time All-American. Holly also administrates the Triple Threat Lacrosse Camp.
Kasey MarchwickiKasey attended Virginia Wesleyan College where she was their 5th leading scorer with 23G, 2A, 25Pts, 52Sh, 30GB, 13DC. She is currently attending the National Personal Training Institute. Kasey’s lacrosse accomplishments include:
Kelsi RobinsonKelsi was an attack/midfielder at Washington and Lee University. She was a team captain ... A Third Team All-American, First Team All-Region and First Team All-ODAC selection each of her jr. and sr. seasons. Robinson played in 17 contests her senior season and was third on the team in scoring with 41 points on 22 goals and a team-best 19 assists. Additionally, she secured a team-best 39 draw controls, scooped up a second-best 42 ground balls and caused a second-best 18 turnovers. Robinson finished fourth on the W&L career scoring list with 205 career points on 104 goals and 101 assists. Her 101 assists also rank second on the all-time assist list.
Sarah WalshSarah is a 2005 graduate of Northwestern University where she helped Northwestern to two NCAA national championship titles in her four years as a player. She played defense and was a three time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and a member of the American Lacrosse Conference Academic Honor Roll. Walsh served as a coach for the Kelly Amonte-Hiller Lacrosse Camps in Evanston, Ill. While there she trained middle and high school age girls, beginners to advanced levels, to play lacrosse. Sarah was also an assistant lacrosse coach at the University of Massachussets from September 2007-June 2008.
Becca ZazoveBecca Zazove played lacrosse at Northwestern University as a midfielder. She was a member of the 1st Northwestern National Championship team which became the first team from outside the Eastern Time Zone to win an NCAA national lacrosse championship at any level. Becca was part of the winningest class in the history of Northwestern lacrosse.