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Contacts from College Coaches requiring specifically about Intrepid players as a whole will be shared here. Emails, notes, etc will be posted in list format. Recruits are encouraged to scroll through these options to review a list of programs specifically interested in Intrepid players as a whole and/or those still looking for 2017 graduates. Many of these programs have a personal connection to Intrepid due to past recruits or current/former players and coaches.

Questions? Contact Recruiting Coordinator Becky Luzier at IntrepidDirector@aol.com


Hi Coach,
I am the head coach at Lancaster Bible College. I am really excited about the program we are building here at LBC!

I will be attending the Summer Genesis tournament this weekend. Do you have any athletes that would consider a Christian college? I would really appreciate their names and team so I know who to focus on when attending the tournaments.
Thanks so much for your help - have a great summer season!
Coach Horst


Cheri Horst
Lancaster Bible College
Head Lacrosse Coach



I hope this email finds you doing well & that your Summer 2017 Lacrosse Season is off to a great start.


I wanted to pass along the information for our ODU Lacrosse Summer Camp that we will be hosting June 26-28th.  This camp will be a great opportunity for players interested in ODU to meet our staff, see campus, get a feel for our coaching style and grow their game! We would love for you to pass our camp info along to any players you think would be a good fit for ODU or players that have expressed interest in our school and lacrosse program!


Camp details & registration can be found @ www.shootingspacelacrosse.com


If you have any specific questions, feel free to email me at 



Hi Coach!

I hope this email finds you well this season! 

I wanted to connect about any 2017's that might not have found a home yet.

I recently found my home at Pacific late this fall and moved out from Philadelphia this winter. Since them we've been catching up on the recruiting so any help is appreciated!

One of the great things about Pacific is that we are rolling admissions so there's still time to find a fit for those who haven't found theirs yet!

Do you have any specific players that come to mind? Any goalies? 

Please let me know if you do, I'd love to learn more about them! 

Dream Big,

Coach Jaq

Jacqueline McDevitt | Head Women's Lacrosse Coach
o: 503.352.2847 I f: 503.352.2209 I 



I wanted to reach out to see if Intrepid had any uncommitted 2017’s still looking for an opportunity to play in college. I recently moved from Seneca Valley to Lindenwood University- Belleville, located just outside of St. Louis. We are a growing program entering our fifth season, second under the direction of our current Head Coach Caitlin Erickson. We have scholarship and other opportunities available.  


We are excited to see what we are able to accomplish this season and even more excited to bring in a stellar 2017 recruiting class.


Best of luck this spring,


Eric Clakeley

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Eric Clakeley / Assitant Women’s Lacrosse and Field Hockey Coach

Lindenwood University / 2600 West Main Street • Belleville, IL 62226

618-239-6274 (o) / 724-766-1746 (m) Facebook / Twitter / lindenwoodlynx.com


As the fall recruiting season approaches, I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new Head Coach of the women’s lacrosse team at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, as well as share a little more information about our program in hopes you’ll encourage your club players to take a look at what we have to offer. 
We are currently looking to bring in a class of 10-12 athletes for the 2018 class, and welcome any discussion with you about your athletes still available in the recruiting process. My assistant and I will be attending most major lacrosse tournaments this fall, including President’s Cup, and look forward to watching your team play! Because we are a military academy, we are allowed to speak with any of your players at any time (including during tournaments and camps), and welcome any communication from them.
The United States Coast Guard Academy is one of the smallest of the five federal military academies, located on the Thames River in New London, CT, and is ranked number one by U.S. News and World Report in the “Regional Colleges of the North” category. Our distinguished institution has consistently been recognized as one of the top engineering programs in the country, currently ranking 12th, while offering a four- year Bachelor of Science degree. While the United States Coast Guard is notable as the oldest life-saving service in the world, its roles include more than just maritime safety and security. The Coast Guard is also called upon for critical service in protection of natural resources, maritime mobility (management of maritime traffic, commerce and navigation) and national defense; and also offers the most equal service opportunities for females of any other U.S. military service.
The Coast Guard Academy offers eight majors: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture/Marine Engineering, Operations Research/Computer Analysis, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Management, and Government, and its full scholarship opportunity and 7:1 student-teacher ratio provide a rare convergence of an intimate learning environment, esteemed curriculum and extensive military training to develop the future leaders of our country.
Cadets graduate as commissioned officers in the U.S. Coast Guard and report for duty aboard cutters and at sector offices in ports nationwide. With the obligation of five years of service, ensigns are guaranteed a job with great benefits, and an estimated 80 percent of graduates continue on to earn masters degrees paid for by the Coast Guard. 
The women’s lacrosse program is DIII, currently entering into its third varsity season and is a member of the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC). We have a very talented and motivated group of returning and incoming cadet-athletes, and we’re very excited about our prospects for the 2017 season as we strive to bring USCGA women's lacrosse to new heights within the conference and on the national scale.
Please feel free to contact me, or my assistant Katie McHugh, with whatever questions you have regarding the Academy and our program, and the names of your players you think would thrive in the environment we have to offer.
Mary Heneberry
Head Coach, Loyola ‘11
U.S. Coast Guard Academy Women’s Lacrosse
33 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320-8104
(c) (410) 916-8686
(o) (860) 701-6744
(f) (860) 701-6198

Dear Coach,

My name is Kim Eldridge and I am the head coach of a new Division III program at Westminster College. Westminster is a private institution located in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania which is about an hour from Pittsburgh.  Our lacrosse program will compete in the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference for the inaugural season of 2017.  

I wanted to reach out and ask for your assistance in identifying prospective student-athletes that would help us establish a foundation of excellence both on the field and in the classroom.  I am looking to bring in a core unit of 8-10 players that will have an immediate impact on our success.
I would greatly appreciate a list of names and contact information (email and phone number) for any 2017 player that you think would fit our program via text or email.        
You can also make a Coach Recommendation here.

Thanks in advance for your willingness to help!    

Go Titans, 
Kim Eldridge                                                  
Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach          
Westminster College
724-946-7318 office
412-414-3065 cell

Hope the fall is going well and you are looking forward to the trip to Orlando for Presidents Cup in November! We would like to invite you and your club to tour the beautiful campus of Saint Leo—a Division II liberal arts institution. We are located a little under an hour and a half from Orlando, just North of Tampa. It’s a great opportunity for players to see a college campus up close and personal.  We would love to have your players meet with our coaching staff, talk with current players, and potentially meet with admissions counselors if interested. We would welcome individual players and their families as well as your whole team whether it be pre-tournament games or post tournament games. Let us know if this is something you or your players may be interested in or have them contact us directly.


Lesley Graham:   (352)588-7302

Marial Pierce:   (352)588-7874

Hey Becky!

Greetings from East Carolina University!

Few updates our staff wanted to share with you about where East Carolina University is in the recruiting process and what camps/clincs and tournaments we will be attending this fall...

First, we want to thank you all for your patience and support as we get our clinic and camp operation up and running.  Our first clinic was a SELL OUT, although the date had to be moved due to Hurricane Matthew flooding it was an enormous success.  We are looking forward to having our second clinic on DECEMBER 3rd.  This will be a full day 9AM-3PM clinic and will have other Division I coaches (DUKE, UNC, ELON) as well as our entire staff present.  


We are looking for hard-working, tough-minded, athletic, intelligent and driven young women to compete for the ECU Pirates. Our recruiting outlook will be very fluid in the coming months as our staff evaluates prospective student-athletes from across the country.

We would encourage any of your players that have expressed an interest in learning more about ECU OR players you feel would be a good fit, no matter where they are in the process and regardless of their recruiting year [2017-2020], to fill out a recruiting questionnaire and email their information to ecuwlax@ecu.edu and barnesam16@ecu.edu.

We are actively recruiting and evaluating all classes.  We are in the process of finalizing our 2017 class, but have a handful of spots left to fill.  We are a little over half-way finished our 2018 recruiting class, but will continue to evaluate throughout the November tournaments and at our December 3rd Clinic.  We will shift our primary focus to evaluating 2019’s and 2020’s this November and December at tournaments, clinics, and camps.


o  Tournaments: The Watch, Primetime, Chesapeake Invitational, IWLCA Uncommitted Showcase, T3, Lax for the Cure, Mid-Atlantic, and the IWLCA Presidents Cup

o  Camps: ECU CLINIC Dec. 3rd, UNC Winter Camp, Duke Winter Camp 

To stay posted on the latest ECU, camp, and clinic information please follow us on social media:



Amanda S. Barnes

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach

East Carolina University | 216 Williams-Harvey Teams Building | Greenville, NC 27858

Office: 252.737.5360. | Fax: 252.737.1277  

Email: barnesam16@ecu.edu | Twitter: @asbarnes3

Camp: https://ab3lacrossecamp.com



Coach Luzier,

   I hope this email finds you doing well. I wanted to reach out and introduce myself to you. I am the new women’s head coach at Thiel College in Greenville, PA. I just had Paige Scherer in my office and wanted to tell you that she had nothing but great things to say about you. It sounds like you really had a great impact on her.

   I don’t know how much you know about our program, but we are currently in a rebuilding year. We have some talented girls, but we lack in numbers. I am looking to bring in right around 20 recruits in this 2017 class. I currently have one goalie committed from Chartiers Valley and am looking to pull some more girls out of the Pittsburgh area. I know the previous coaches did well in Philly and MD, but did not have a whole lot of presence in the Pittsburgh area, which is what I am looking to change. I am looking for 4 attack, 8 midfield, 2 draw specialist, 4 defense, and 2 more goalies. We only have 4 returners coming back after this year that have experience from high school, making every starting position wide open next year. I really want girls that are interested in having an immediate impact as soon as they step on campus. With our young conference, we have a great opportunity to be right back in the mix of the conference championship with one solid recruiting class.

   I would love to answer any questions you have about our school or lacrosse program, or myself. If you have any uncommitted 2017’s, I would love their contact information so I can reach out to them. I would also be interested in coming out to a practice at some point, if that is a possibility. Also, will you be competing in any other fall events? Do you know of any events in the Pittsburgh area?


Tim Priskey

Head Women's Lacrosse Coach

Thiel College






I wanted to take this time to introduce myself, my name is Madison Carroll and I am the new Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Oberlin College.  I was a goalie at Virginia Wesleyan College and I graduated this past May. I am very excited to be a part of the lacrosse program at Oberlin and I can’t wait to see what this season has in store. 


We are finalizing our 2017 class, and I was wondering if you had any uncommitted strong student athletes who could be a good fit for our Oberlin Lacrosse Program.  The type of player that does well here is a high achiever academically, athletically and culturally.  Email me back if you have any players in mindJ


We are one of the most competitive lacrosse teams in Ohio, the TOP academic school in Ohio and top 25 Liberal Arts School in the Country.  Our science program is the BEST in Division III and we graduate the highest percentage of students who go onto graduate school out of anywhere in the country.  With our strong academics, athletics and the addition of our brand new stadium two years ago, you can’t beat the Oberlin College Student Athlete Experience. Our program has taken great strides in the past few seasons, reaching the conference championship in 2015! 


Thanks for your time and let me know if you have any players that we should talk to.





Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach
Virginia Wesleyan College Alumni '16
Office: 440-775-6151

Hi Becky,

I hope you are enjoying these last couple weeks of summer! I wanted to follow up to see if there were players on your 2017 Intrepid team that haven’t yet committed but would still like to play in college.

Being brand new, we need a big 2017 class so if you think a player might be a good fit for Juniata, here is the link to our questionnaire to share:https://www.frontrush.com/FR_Web_App/Player/PlayerSubmit.aspx?sid=MTIyNTQ=-M8MbA9o3CGo=&ptype=recruit, or send her info my way and I’ll definitely reach out.

Feel free to send an email or use this link for any recommendations:https://www.frontrush.com/FR_Web_App/Player/PlayerSubmit.aspx?sid=MTIyNTQ=-M8MbA9o3CGo=&ptype=recruit&recommend=1

I’m still feeling a little lonely without a team yet but goals, nets, and balls are on their way so ready to get started!!



Naomi Radio

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach

Juniata College

1700 Moore Street

Huntingdon, PA 16652


O: 814-641-4011

Coach Luzier, 


Hello! My name is Connor Brown and I’m the newly hired Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Potomac State. I was speaking to Coach Seese about tournaments and recruiting and he mentioned your name. I am very interested in watching some tournaments that intrepid is participating in, especially the rising junior tournament in West Chester, PA and the rising senior/junior President’s Cup tournament in Kissimmee, FL.


Please let me know any further information about your teams as I will let you know of any other events I attend. Thank you very much and I look forward to working with you!


Connor Brown

Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach 

Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Potomac State College

Cell: 443-974-2102

Dear Coach Luzier,

I would like to introduce myself and the women’s lacrosse program here at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. My name is Marissa Giannerini and I have just recently been named the first ever Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at ERAU.  I am so incredibly excited to be able to start the women’s lacrosse program at such a world class University that is just minutes from the beach located in Daytona Beach, FL.

Embry-Riddle’s excellent academic reputation and history of athletic success in all sports makes this an exceptional opportunity.  The coaching staff and the players have the chance to build a program from the ground up and spearhead a very competitive and successful legacy that will be competing in the NCAA DII Sunshine State Conference starting in the spring of 2018. Currently the Sunshine State Conference is one of the best lacrosse conferences in the country and I am looking for athletes that are excited by both the opportunity and the challenge to create a powerhouse program.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Athletics is committed to supporting the birth of the women’s lacrosse program and has been highly supportive in providing the necessary resources to be successful. Below are some quick facts about Embry-Riddle academics and athletics, as well as links to a virtual campus tour, my coaching biography and several other resources that will provide a ton of information. I encourage you to take a look and do some investigating to see if ERAU could be a great fit for any of your players. If so, I look forward to setting up a time to discuss the program in more depth. I can't wait to hear from you and your team and share all the exciting details about the university and lacrosse program!

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Quick Facts:
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is the world leader in aviation and U.S. News & World Report ranked the undergraduate aerospace engineering programs as the best in the nation.  In addition to the aviation-related programs, Embry-Riddle offers more than 30 majors at the Daytona Beach campus including; Human Factors Psychology, Homeland Security, Engineering Physics, Safety Science, Business and more.  The Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach residential campus is located less then 4 miles from the beautiful sandy white beaches and has a student population of 6,000 students.

Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach Academic Colleges:

  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Aviation
  • College of Business
  • College of Engineering

Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach Athletics:

  • Fourteen consecutive years as the best overall athletic program in the Sun Conference for the Daytona Beach Campus program, which is in the process of moving up to NCAA Division II.
  • Two national championships and 24 individual championships for Daytona Beach.     
  • Nineteen varsity sports at Daytona Beach

Virtual Tour: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/about/index.html
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Website: http://erau.edu/
Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach Campus Website: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu/
Embry-Riddle Athletics Website: http://erauathletics.com/
Head Coach Biography: http://erauathletics.com/staff.aspx?staff=224&path=wlax
Go Embry-Riddle, Go Anywhere, #goERAU

Coach G

Marissa Giannerini
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
Office: 386-226-6497

Hi Coach Luzier, 

I am the head lacrosse coach at Lancaster Bible College.  We are a small Christian college in Lancaster, PA offering a variety of majors (many believe we are just ministry oriented, but we offer business, social work, counseling, teaching among many others).   I am really excited about the lacrosse program and athletics in general here at the school.  We are a NCAA Division 3 school and compete in the North Eastern Athletic Conference.  I have been with the program 2 years and last season we made the playoffs for the first time and are looking to improve on that each year.  Do you have any players in your program that would be interested in a small Christian school?  It would be a huge help in my recruiting if I know athletes to watch that would be a good fit for my program.  I will be at the Grind tournament this weekend and many more in the fall.

Thanks for your help – have a great weekend!

Cheri Horst, Head Lacrosse Coach

Lancaster Bible College

717.560.8200 Ext.5480