Lacrosse - Girls

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HEAD COACH: Brian Klisavage, '83 (4-time WPIAL Coach of the Year)
Rhiannon Lewis,  Aubrey Dusch
FACILITIES: Merrick Athletic Field
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Coach Brian Kilsavage has made his mark at Seton LaSalle earning the title of WPIAL Coach of the Year four times. In his time at Seton LaSalle, he has coached numerous Division 1, 2, and 3 athletes, and coached over 50 US Lacrosse Academic All-Americans. With 22 years of coaching experience at Seton LaSalle, Kilsavage has inspired and pushed his players to compete for section titles and long runs in the WPIAL playoffs.
His experience coaching at SLS, as well as Team USA in the Netherlands Europe Cup, has given him a different perspective on coaching. Kilsavage makes it a point to challenge his players, and himself, to improve every day, to never be satisfied, and to know there is always something new to accomplish.
“Playing on this team should be a positive experience in every practice and game.” -Brian Kilsavage

2019 SEASON: 

The team finished in a three-way tie at 6-2 for second place in the section after a slow start to league games. The girls won a playoff game and finished in the WPIAL Semi-Finals with an overall record of 11-4, barely missing an upset of the No.1-seeded team and an accompanying berth in the PIAA State Playoffs.
  • Coach Brian Klisavage, '83, was named WPIAL 2A Co-Coach of the Year. This was his 4th time receiving this honor.
  • Four players traveled to the Netherlands to represent Team USA in a lacrosse tournament, which earned them the WTAE Action Athletes of the Week status
  • Olivia Edkins, '21, became the fastest player in Rebels Girls Lacrosse History to reach 100 career goals as a sophmore
  • Sarah Farnan, '19, was named to the US Lacrosse Academic All-American Team

2020 SEASON: 

Although the season was never played due to COVID-19 closures and restrictions: 
  • Mikaela Staranko, '20, signed her letter of intent to play as Youngstown State University's goalie (NCAA Division I)
    • Mikaela was also named a School Winner in the High School Heisman Scholarship Competition, selected based on her exceptional abilities in the classroom and on the field, in addition to her dedication to her community