About the Team
The Morris Catholic Girls' Lacrosse team is designed for athletes of all experience levels. Our girls develop their skills for the game and cultivate those skills for success in their future as athletes and students.
Beyond the MC Field, Crusaders Playing in College
Madison Kretten '19 - Vassar College
Hanna Driscoll '18 - Villanova University
Caroline Hastings '18 - Caldwell College
Jessica Hollman '18 - Hood College
Emily Schum '18 - Scranton University
Taylor Skawinski '18 - Bloomsburg University
Catherine Sundholm '18 - Stockton University
Haley Driscoll '17 - Villanova
Rachel Petruska '17 - TCNJ
Rachel Mills '16 - Towson University
Alexandra Finn '15 - Assumption College
Katherine Posada '15 - Fairleigh Dickinson University
Taylor Shannahan '14 - Stonehill College
About the Coaches
Kimberly Miller, Varsity Head Coach
Coach Miller is entering her first season at the helm of the girls lacrosse team. Her position as head coach follows fall and winter seasons as the boys' varsity assistant soccer coach, and girls' freshman basketball coach, respectively. During her time with the boys soccer program, Miller assisted in leading the team to their first state championship. Coach Miller earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Teaching, Certification of Physical Education from The University of South Carolina. While at South Carolina, she was a member of the women’s soccer team, serving as captain, and leading her team to the SEC Tournament two years in a row. Miller’s coaching philosophy focuses on creating an environment that encourages student-athletes to learn and develop on and off the playing field.
Gianna Minogue, Assistant Varsity Coach/Head JV Coach
Coach Minogue started at Morris Catholic in 2018 as the varsity assistant coach and JV head coach. She is a current graduate of Drew University where she holds a BA in Neuroscience. Coach Minogue was a four year starter for the women's lacrosse team at Drew. She currently attends Fairleigh Dickinson University with the plan to receive her masters in Health Science.