2014 STATE CHAMPION
LADY WOLVERINE LAXERS
One of the coaches must see the parent in order to release your daughter from the bus ride home. In order for a player to ride home from an away game with some other players' parent, a note is required.
Per LCPS Transportation, cleats are not to be worn on the buses!! Girls will have to change into their cleats when they arrive at the school or field of destination.
In case you missed the other playing opportunities:
Saturday Oct 19 8:00am - 6:00pm
James Madison High School.
Girls played hard and had a great fall day in Fairfax
Friday, November 29th at 4:00 pm!
At the WHS Stadium
Open to both JV and Varsity.
Thanks to all who participated in the alumni game.
Hopefully, fun was had by all.
Thanks to the parents for letting us cut into the Holiday weekend and putting up with the cold. *
( Last evening was nothing compared to try-outs in February.)
Thanks to the new, faster Coach McNulty for filling in for goalie, and Coach Reid who was suppose to play with the good guys, but was a sport and played for the alum. Thanks to Coach French for on field crowd control. And a shout out to Lisa and Kolar for clock/game management.
Again, we hope to make this an annual event.
Just TWO and a HALF months before tryouts!!!! You do not want to show up out of shape.
Turkey Shoot Out*
December 7 8:00am - 5:00pm
Oakton High School
* NOTE TO SPECTATORS
Required attire for preseason games and tournaments:
Dulles SportsPlex (Michael and Sons) Indoor league
Bob Fuller, Varsity Head Coach
Dr. Fuller, a resident of Western Loudoun and a Dentist in Leesburg, comes to us with 5 years of high school coaching experience in girl’s lacrosse and volleyball at Loudoun Valley and Notre Dame Academy respectively. Dr. Fuller has been involved in youth sports and community organizations in Western Loudoun for the past 18 years. Most recently, Dr. Fuller served two years on the Loudoun Valley girl’s lacrosse staff as an assistant JV coach and varsity defensive specialist. He is a US Lacrosse certified level I and level II coach. Dr. Fuller plans on building a strong program to reflect the high level of support, interest and success that has been prevalent in Western Loudoun since the mid 1990's.
Keri Reid, Varsity Assistant Coach
Keri is originally from Massapequa Long Island, New York where she
learned to play the game at a young age. In 2006, Keri and her family
moved to the Winchester area where she graduated from Sherando High
School in 2008. She is a recent 2012 Shenandoah University graduate
with degrees in Kinesiology for Physical Education and Athletic
Training. On top of coaching, Keri is an elementary physical education
teacher for Redbud Run and Stonewall Elementary in Frederick County.
While at Shenandoah University she played on the Women's Lacrosse Team
from 2009-2011 where she played a wide variety of positions falling
mostly in the mid-field. Since her freshman year in college Keri has
helped run numerous camps, clinics as well as coached some beginner
league in the Winchester area and is now excited to work with the Lady
Pat McNulty, JV Head Coach and Varsity Defensive Assistant
Pat is originally from Baltimore, MD and comes to Woodgrove with 38 years experience as a player, coach, and official. He attended Loyola Blakefield in Towson having won the Maryland Association A Conference Lacrosse Championship. He continued his lacrosse career as a goalie and long stick middie for Mount St. Mary's University and was voted one of the most valuable players his senior year as a captain. He continued to play men's club lacrosse after graduation and moving to Virginia. He and his wife along with their two daughters live in Round Hill and have been active in Western Loudoun Youth Lacrosse. The Lady Wolverines laxers are excited to have Coach McNulty as a part of our team.
Doug French, JV Assistant Coach
Doug and his family moved to Loudoun County in the summer of 2012 from Charles County, Maryland where he was involved in coaching youth sports for more than 10 years. Doug is a retired Air Force fighter pilot and currently flies for Southwest Airlines. Doug comes with four years of experience in both girls and boys youth lacrosse. He was one of the original head coaches in the Charles County Youth Lacrosse Club and was an assistant coach on the girls’ junior high/high school travel team which began play in 2012. Doug’s coaching stresses strong defense from all players. Doug, his wife Lisa, and their son and daughter live in Lovettsville.