I began playing lacrosse as a freshman in high school in Silver Spring, Maryland and immediately fell in love with the sport. I made Varsity my Freshman year, and our team won the WCAC conference Championship my senior year. I attended Duquesne University and played Division I lacrosse the next four years. I was Captain my senior year and named an Academic All-American two years in a row, as well as All-Tournament Team multiple times throughout my career. I have been coaching year-round for Havoc since 2009 and am currently both the Head Coach and president for Havoc. I am also the Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach for the PSD high school program.
I am from Orange County, CA and am now in my 2nd year at Colorado State University. I first starting playing lacrosse in 6th grade, all because I saw a boy in my class bring a lacrosse stick to school and thought it looked cool. I played for SoCal Club Lacrosse up until 8th grade, and then for Trabuco Hill High School's JV and Varsity teams. I am super excited to coach and can't wait to share my love of the game with my players!
I am from Scottsdale, AZ and am currently a sophomore at Colorado State University. I started playing lacrosse my freshman year of high school and played throughout my four years. I coached a U9 club team in Arizona for 2 years and loved watching the girls develop a passion for the game. I can’t wait to share my love for the game with the girls of Havoc and see them begin to shine as players!
I grew up in northern Maryland where I started playing lacrosse as a freshman at Bel Air High School and was captain my senior year. All of the schools in our rural county had girls lacrosse teams so I grew up naively thinking that all public schools in the nation had lacrosse. For college I attended the University of Michigan and while back then varsity lacrosse did not exist yet in many Big Ten schools (a big surprise to me), as club team captain I worked with some teammates to persistently highlight to the athletic department our successes in games and tournaments around the Midwest and eventually UofM and other Big Ten schools moved their clubs up to varsity. Progress!
Right after college I played on Colorado State University’s club team while I was enrolled in some classes and then on post-collegiate teams in the Baltimore area and Washington, DC for several years. While out east I coached several clinics in Baltimore City and in Washington DC. I moved back to Fort Collins in 2014 and joined up with Havoc to coach the most fun girls on the planet.
They call her Brainy Chaney!
I played lacrosse at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado. I have coached for the last seven years from ages 11 to the High School Varsity level. I graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder and now love living in Fort Collins, cheering for the Rams only when they aren't playing the Buffs! I so look forward to continue coaching and progressing the sport of Women's Lacrosse.