Taylor is a native of Rutland VT. She has been involved with lacrosse since 2002 as a player, official, and coach. She started playing in second grade through her recreation department. As a high school sophomore, she was a varsity starter as well as a senior captain.
Taylor attended Mount Holyoke College and graduated with a degree in philosophy and psychology in 2017. She was a four-year starter and two-time captain on the lacrosse team. She was also on the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and a campus tour guide. After Mount Holyoke, she returned to Vermont to start her position as an Assistant Director of Admissions at Norwich University. Taylor was the Assistant Varsity Coach at Rutland High School for 2019, and the head coach of Crystal Springs (CA) from 2020-2021.
Taylor has her masters in Business Administration, and is currently seeking her doctorate in education. She also currently offers private lessons in the RI area.
Bill has been a youth and high school lacrosse coach in the area for over a decade. He helped grow the Titans Youth Lacrosse girls program serving K-8 lacrosse players in the greater Attleboro area. He served as the Titans Girls’ Coordinator and a coach for all ages. Bill has been part of the Bishop Feehan girl’s lacrosse program for over 7 years, and currently serves as the varsity assistant coach. Bill primarily works with the goalies where he brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise; all three of his daughters played goalie in high school, and two went on to play collegiately at the division 1 level.
Allie brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our Gold Star goalkeepers! She is a native of Natick MA, where she played lacrosse in high school for coach Tanner Guarino. She also played basketball, field hockey and track for the Redhawks. Allie was a lacrosse and field hockey captain, a three-time Bay State All-Star in lacrosse and two-time honoree in field hockey. She was named a USA Lacrosse High School All-American as a junior, and the Natick High Female Athlete of the Year as a senior.
Allie went on the play at Assumption College where she made an immediate impact on the field. For her freshman season in 2019, she was named to NE10 All-Rookie Team. She played in all 19 games for the Hound and posted a 13-5 record with a 44.8% save percentage. Allie recorded 165 saves including 16 saves in a win over Bentley in NE10 Quarterfinals. Allie concluded her career in 2022 with a 33-17 record and 48% save percentage.
Jordan joined the Gold Star staff in 2022, and we couldn’t be more excited to have such an experienced student-athlete work with our players! Jordan played volleyball, ice hockey and lacrosse in high school at Mount Saint Charles. In lacrosse, she was a 4-year starter, 4-time league all-star, and senior captain. For her senior year in 2015, she was named the Mount Saint Charles Female Athlete of the Year, as well as the Rhode Island Female Athlete of the Year.
Jordan went on to study and play lacrosse at Lasell College. She completed her undergrad in 2020 with a degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science, and her masters in 2021 in Sports Administration. She was an integral part of the women’s lacrosse team from 2016-2021 where she was a 4x captain, 4x all-conference and 2x GNAC Midfielder of the Year.
Jordan currently works as a sports performance coach at Athlete’s Acceleration in North Attleboro
Kenzie Pleshaw attended Franklin High School where she was a four-year varsity starter in both lacrosse and field hockey. She was a lacrosse captain for her junior and senior year, and helped lead the Panthers to four undefeated Hockomock league titles, and two East Sectional championships. Kenzie was a two-time Hockomock League all-star, earning league MVP honors as a senior. As a senior she also earned All-America honors and was a Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-Scholastic selection.
Kenzie went on to play at Stonehill College, where she also earned her degree in Marketing.
Kristin Wilder is a 2015 graduate of Framingham High School, where she played four years of lacrosse, field hockey and ice hockey for the Flyers. She was a three-time Bay State First Team All-Star as well as an All-scholastic selection her senior year.
Kristin went on to play attack at SNHU, where she set numerous school records. As a freshman, she started all 18 games, and amassed 76 goals & 9 assists for 85 points. The 76 goals are the most goals ever by a Penmen in a single season, while the 85 points are the most for an SNHU freshman in a single campaign. After her freshman year, she was named an IWLCA All-America Second Team, IWLCA North All-Region Second Team and Northeast-10 Rookie of the Year. Kristin’s dominance continued for four year at SNHU and she ended her career with four All-NE10 selections, and is first all-time in school history with 247 goals and 290 points.
Kristin majored in sociology with a minor in education. She is the sister of Kourtnie and Kaitlyn – both Gold Star coaches!
Emma graduated from Lincoln-Sudbury High school in 2014. A multi-sport athlete, she was a four-year member of the lacrosse team, three-year member of indoor track and field, and two-year member of the field hockey team. Emma then went on to play lacrosse at Saint Anselm College, where she excelled both on and off the field. She played in every game at midfield for St. A’s, and was a starter from her sophomore year on. She ended her career with 84 goals, 7 assists, 81 ground balls, 73 draw controls, and 33 caused turnovers. A business major, Emma was a 2-time selection to the NE-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll.
Lauren Foley (Kent) attended Framingham High School where she was a 3-year member of the varsity lacrosse team. In 2010 during her senior year, she helped lead Framingham to a state title.
Lauren attended Framingham State University where she was a 4-year member and senior captain of the women’s lacrosse team. She graduated in 2014 with a degree in Elementary Education and Spanish. She also holds a Masters degree in ESL, and is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Education. Lauren currently teaches in Framingham.
Kaitlyn attended Framingham High School, where she was a three sport athlete in soccer, ice hockey and lacrosse. She was a freshman during the Flyer’s 2010 State Championship, and went on to be a captain her senior year in all three sports. Kaitlyn was also a league all-star in field hockey and ice hockey her senior year.
Kaitlyn was recruited to play both field hockey and lacrosse at Plymouth State. In field hockey she started 66 of 69 games, and finished her career with 43 goals and 16 assists. As an attacker on the lacrosse team she started 48 of 62 games, and ended her career with 83 goals, 25 assists and 40 ground balls. Kaitlyn helped lead Plymouth State to LEC Championships and an NCAA DIII berth in both 2014 and 2017. She graduated in 2017 with a degree in Elementary Education.
Kaitlyn currently works in the Holliston School District, and is an assistant coach for KP varsity girls lacrosse. In 2022, she was also named the head varsity field hockey coach at KP.
Kara McMahon, a native of Framingham MA, played varsity lacrosse and soccer at Framingham High School. As a member of the lacrosse team, she helped lead the Flyers a state championship title in 2010 (along with fellow Gold Star coaches Tanner and Rachel). She then went on to play lacrosse at Assumption College in Worcester MA. Kara was a leader for the Greyhounds on defense, and started 14/15 games her senior year. A speedy defender, she was often tasked with marking up on some of the top offensive talent. Kara graduated in 2016 with a degree in Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies.
Kara currently works full-time in the special education field. She was also the JV head coach at Natick High School from 2018-2021