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Born and Raised Philadelphia is a breeding ground of


women’s lacrosse leaders. In fact, more than one-fifth of all active NCAA Division I women’s lacrosse coaches — 25 overall — have high school roots in Philly or South Jersey.


Amy Bokker, Stanford Laura Brand-Sias, Rutgers Laura Cook, Sacred Heart Jill DePetris, Bryant Alison Fisher, Lafayette Jenny Graap, Cornell Heather Holt, Old Dominion Alex Kahoe, St. Joseph’s Kerstin Kimel, Duke


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Kateri Linville, Delaware Katie McConnell, Manhattan Julie Myers, Virginia Amanda O’Leary, Florida Regina Oliver, Cincinnati Liz Robertshaw, Boston U. Bonnie Rosen, Temple


Chelsie Roskiek, St. Bonaventure Hannah Rudloff, Drexel


Cornell’s Jenny Graap (left) and Temple’s Bonnie Rosen (above) are part of an impressive pipeline of college coaches from the Philadelphia area.


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Chris Sailer, Princeton Kristen Selvage, Coastal Carolina Cathy Swezey, Vanderbilt Candace Bossell, La Salle Cindy Timchal, Navy Lisa Vacca Evans, Duquesne Julie Young, Villanova


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