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Becky Luzier, Owner
Becky Luzier is the Head Women’s Coach at Bethel Park High School. She is an eleven-year coaching veteran who has been featured in US Lacrosse Magazine and is a former Co-President of WPSLA. She is also a 2010 WPIAL Coach of the Year and the Founder and President of the Western Pennsylvania Girls Lacrosse Coaches Association. She coached previously in Morgantown, WV where she helped start the girls’ middle school program and was part of West Virginia’s campaign for its own US Lacrosse chapter.
Becky is the first full-time Director of Intrepid Girls Lacrosse Club and under her leadership, the Club added three additional lacrosse options for local families, increased the visibility of the group through more public events, redesigned the club's recruiting program, and started the Intrepid Ambassadors Program, a leadership program for young female athletes that works in part to the benefit of the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund. Becky is also the new Director of the Winner's Edge Lacrosse Camp that will be moving to the South Hills in 2012 where she hopes to further expand on what the camp has meant to local players for many years.
Becky runs clinics in the South Hills as part of her responsibilities at Bethel Park High School and has also staffed previous lacrosse clinics at the Iceoplex for youth to advanced lacrosse players. When she isn't coaching, Coach Luzier is completing her Doctoral Studies at West Virginia University and enjoys cooking, reading, and working out. Becky lives in Bethel Park with her husband Cliff and dog April.
Morgan Campbell, Staff Member
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Brian Kattan, Staff Member
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Kate Scattergood, Staff Member
Kate Scattergood returns for her fifth season as the women's lacrosse coach at Washington & Jefferson College in 2011-12. She is the only coach in the program's young history.
In just four seasons, Scattergood has helped the Presidents quickly gain respect on the regional level. W&J has a 37-23 record since becoming a varsity program in 2008 and Washington & Jefferson has made back-to-back postseason appearances. W&J has improved its win total by five (3 - 2008, 8 - 2009, 13 - 2010) during each of the first three years under Scattergood's direction.
Scattergood arrived at Washington & Jefferson after spending four seasons as the head women’s lacrosse coach at Susquehanna College where she compiled a record of 27-34.
As a player at Shippensburg, Scattergood was a three-time All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference women’s lacrosse performer.