Sydney is a 2015 graduate of St. Mark’s high school, where she played soccer, basketball and lacrosse. A standout midfielder on the lacrosse team, Sydney helped St. Mark’s go undefeated in 2016 and win the ISL title.

Sydney went on to play lacrosse at Bates College, A NESCAC school in Maine. She played midfield for four years, and played in every game for the Bobcats. Sydney ended her career with 37 goals and 32 assists.

 

Maria is a 2015 graduated of King Phillip Regional High School, where she played goalie in both field hockey and lacrosse. On the lacrosse field, she worked her way up to the starting goalkeeper position, and became a captain her senior year. She was a 2015 Hockomock League All-Star and team MVP.

Maria went on to have a stellar career at Westfield State. She split her sophomore season as a starter, but soon took on the net-minding duties full-time. During her sophomore year, she set a school record for saves in a season at 198. Westfield also won the Massachusetts Small College Athletic Conference (MASCAC) title that year by eliminating Bridgewater State in the final. Maria and the Owl’s success continued into her junior year. Westfield won their second straight league championship, beating Framingham State in the final game. Woodall was chosen Player of the Week three times, and Player of the Year in the MASCAC. Selected as the Owls’ team MVP, she also was named the MVP in the MASCAC’s Tournament final.

Maria ended her career at Westfield on a high note, helping the Owls capture their third straight MASCAC title by beating Framingham again in 2019. In the final game, with 13 seconds left in regulation time, Framingham got a shot off but Maria came up with her 14th save of the game to preserve the lead and the win.   Woodall earned tournament MVP honors for the third straight season. She also was named to the first team MASCAC for the second-straight season.  She posted a 10.75 GAA and a .503 save percentage for her senior season.

 

 

MaryBeth is a 2015 graduate of Foxboro High School, where she participated in four years of lacrosse and field hockey. She was a Hockomock All-Star & Sun Chronicle All-Star as a sophomore, junior and senior. She was also named the Hockomocksports.com Underclassmen of the Year as a sophomore.

MaryBeth went on to have a strong career as a midfielder at SNHU, where she played in every game all four years. She graduated in May 2019 with a degree in sociology.

 

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!

 

Jaclyn has been playing lacrosse since third grade and attended Hopkinton High School, where she was the varsity-starting goalie for three years. In her sophomore season, the Hillers won the Division III State Championship. Jaclyn was named to the Tri-Valley League All-Star Team in both her junior and senior seasons. As a senior, she was voted team captain. Additionally, Jaclyn played field hockey and indoor track and field at Hopkinton.

Jaclyn played lacrosse at Assumption College (NCAA-DII) where she was a four-year starter and a senior captain. In her senior season, she was named IWLCA Second-Team All-Region, and NE-10 All-Conference Third Team. She was second in the NE-10 her senior year in saves (160) and 5th in the league in save percentage (45.6). She finished her career with school records in games (68) and wins (34). She graduated in 2017 with a major in marketing and minors in accounting and psychology.

Jaclyn currently plays professional women’s lacrosse for the UWLX on the Boston Storm. Check out this recent article on Coach Jackie and the Storm in the Metrowest Daily News!

Rachel played lacrosse at Framingham High School, where she was a four-year varsity team member. During her junior year, she helped lead the Flyers to a State Championship. She was a two-time league All-Star, All-Scholastic, and US Lacrosse All-American. For her senior year in 2011, she was a captain and Metrowest Daily News Super Team selection.

Rachel went on to play defense at Boston College. She helped guide the BC team to 3 NCAA tournament berths, including an Elite 8 appearance in 2014. During her senior year in 2015, she started in all 19 games for the Eagles. She finished her career with 28 ground balls, 13 caused turnovers and 22 draw controls.

Rachel currently works in the commercial real-estate business in Boston.

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.

Taylor is a 2014 graduate from nearby Hopkinton High School, where she was a team captain, and EMASS 2nd team all star. After high school, Taylor went on to play lacrosse at UMASS Lowell for four years. Her class started UMASS Lowell as a Division 1 program in the America East conference, and Taylor scored the first goal in program history. A 4-year starting attacker, Taylor accumulated 82 goals and 27 assists in her career. She was a 2-time member of the America East All-Academic team, a 2018 captain, and was the first player to reach 100 points. Taylor majored in Psychology, and also won the Julia A. Mann Award: granted to the top student-athlete at UMASS who encompasses academic, athletic, leadership and service excellence.

Taylor is currently a volunteer assistant women’s lacrosse coach at Boston University

Marta is a 2014 graduate from Franklin High School, where she was a star field hockey and lacrosse player. She was a lacrosse captain both her junior and senior year, and helped lead the team to its first East Sectional championship in 2014. At the conclusion of her senior year, Marta was named the Hockomock league MVP, Boston Globe & Herald All-Scholastic, Milford Daily News Super 6 Team, a US Lacrosse All-American as well as the FHS Career Athlete.

Marta went on to study and play lacrosse at Saint Anselm College. She was a 4-year starter at midfield, as well as a junior & senior captain. Marta finished her career fifth in school history in draw controls (142) and caused turnovers (59), tied for sixth in games played (64) and 11th in ground balls (99). A  communications major, Marta was on the Saint Anselm’s Dean’s list every semester, and was a two-time NE-10 Academic All-Conference member.

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.