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Brianna White

Head Coach






Brianna attended Vernon Township High School where she thrived as a three season athlete; playing basketball, field hockey, and lacrosse. During her high school career, Brianna played on the T3 women’s lacrosse team and competed in multiple competitions with Mad Dawg Lacrosse. Brianna went on to play D2 lacrosse at Lock Haven University where she dual majored in Early Childhood Education and Special Education. During her time at Lock Haven she not only expanded her lacrosse IQ, but also experienced the intensive recruitment process that is necessary for a successful college athlete. 


In 2016, Brianna was challenged with a major injury to her dominant hand; severing three of her fingers. No one was sure she would ever be able to play lacrosse again, let alone have her fingers back. Thanks to technology, coaches, and amazing occupational and physical therapy; Brianna faced all odds of playing a college sport. In the end, she says that coming face to face with her odds of ever stepping foot on the field again, made her work twice as hard to get back on the field. It is now her turn to give back to the lacrosse community and all it has done for her.

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