Cecily joins the Outlaws after coaching on the youth, high school and collegiate levels. An all-state lacrosse player in Connecticut, she played on the club team at the University of Connecticut, where she also served in various roles including captain, chief financial officer and team president. She led the team to their only national tournament appearance in program history as a senior. Cecily coached the University of South Carolina women’s club lacrosse team for two years while earning her Master’s degree in Sport & Entertainment Management. In her first year, the team earned the Southeast Women’s Lacrosse League’s Most Improved Team Award (among over 20 member clubs) and in her second year, she led the team to its first-ever national ranking and was named league coach of the year. She has experience mentoring and tutoring Division I college athletes at both UConn and South Carolina and has planned and executed camps, clinics and tournaments for several organizations.
A native of Franklin, Mass., and a 2012 graduate of Ithaca College, Siobhan brings several years of coaching and playing experience to the Outlaws program. Siobhan was a starting defender for four seasons at Ithaca and finished her career ranked in the top 10 in program history in ground balls, caused turnovers and draw controls. She was named first-team all-conference three times as well as earning All-Region and All-America recognition in 2012. A two-time college captain, Siobhan was a three-sport athlete at Franklin High School. She is currently the head coach at Ashland High School.
Kathryn Campbell recently completed an all-star career at the University of New Haven. She was named first-team All-America in each of her last two seasons. She led the Chargers with 52 gaols and 32 assists as a senior, and topped the team in draw controls and caused turnovers while finishing second in ground balls. She is the second player in program history to reach 300-points in a career and the only player in school history to post a 100-point season, completing the feat in her junior season. That year, she was named Northeast-10 Conference’s midfielder of the year, recording 56 goals and 46 assists and setting a school record for draw controls. Kathryn is originally from Mansfield and was Hockomock League and team MVP during her time at Mansfield High.
Brittany Jamieson-Sherry was a two-sport athlete at Foxboro High School, playing soccer for four years and lacrosse for three years, including playing on Foxboro’s first lacrosse team, which was created in 2004. She played soccer and lacrosse at Worcester State University and was named Freshman Female Athlete of the Year. As a junior, she was named second team all-conference. For her career, Brittany recorded 143 total points, with 86 goals and 57 assists. She was named the head coach at Foxboro High in 2012, taking over a team that finished with a losing record the season before. The team advanced to the MIAA tournament for the first time in program history in Brittany’s first year and has won their division in each of Brittany’s three seasons at the helm.
Colleen Manning joined the Outlaws in 2011. She captained her high school lacrosse at King Philip. She went on to play at Worcester State University where she holds a record for 99 points, played midfield and D wing and was also captain. Colleen held the position of JV coach at Foxboro High School for three years. She is currently the head coach at Sharon High School.
Abby Tepper joined the Outlaws coaching staff in 2010. Abby is currently a member of the lacrosse and field hockey teams at Salve Regina University in Newport, RI. She earned a starting spot as an attacker as a freshman following a 100-goal high school career at Foxboro High. Abby was named a Hockomock All-Star twice and a Sun Chronicle All-Star three times.
Shara Norton was a two-sport athlete at Bedford High School, in Bedford MA. She played volleyball for three years and lacrosse for four years. Shara went on to play lacrosse at the University of Rhode Island from 2007 to 2011. At URI she was the starting goalkeeper for all four years and co-captained in her senior year. She had more than 900 career saves as a Rhody Ram and lead her team to the League Championship each season. Shara is current the the Assistant Varsity/ JV Girls' Lacrosse Coach at Sharon High School.