The first day spring sports, which includes girls lacrosse, is February 25, 2019. All interested participants much have a completed online registration and have a current physical on file with the athletic office prior to the first day of the season. For information on voluntary pre-season workouts, contact Natalie Merrill, head coach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In 2019 Kennedy Catholic girls lacrosse program will offer one level of play (varsity-only). Cuts will be made as determined by the number of interested student-athletes.
Tryout and practice schedules will be posted here once they are made public. Other important dates to know:
- January 25, 2019: Registration opens
- February 25, 2019: 1st day of Spring Sports
- March 4, 2019: Media Day (3-5pm) and Spring Sports Parent Night (6-7:30pm)
- May 28, 2019: Spring Sports Banquet (7-9pm)
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Natalie MerrillGirls Varsity Lacrosse Coach
Natalie Merrill, ’10 graduated from Kennedy Catholic High School and Washington State University. She has a degree in psychology and a minor in human development. At WSU, Natalie was the president and captain of the Women’s Lacrosse Club. Immediately after graduating from WSU Natalie, she returned to Kennedy Catholic and became the head coach for the women’s lacrosse team.
Natalie earned MVP honors and was voted First Team All-State every year in high school. As a freshman, she was trained as a lacrosse official and worked her way up to officiating collegiate club level games. Throughout high school, her skills developed rapidly while playing on select teams competing in California, Colorado, Oregon and Arizona. As a junior, she was selected to the Washington State Regional Team and played in Baltimore, MD. During her senior year, she led Kennedy Catholic to the Division II State Championship where they placed 2nd to Eastside Catholic.
Natalie actively plays in a women’s league for Breakaway Lacrosse. Her goal as coach exceeds winning and performing well on the field, her wish is to promote positive personal growth, self-confidence, time management and responsibility. She is honored to share her love of the game while creating lifelong memories and connections.