The Trident Boys 2023/2024 tournament team went undefeated to claim the division championship at this year’s Legends Meltdown tournament in Moorpark.
It was an all-Trident championship game as Trident Orange edged out Trident Blue to reclaim the Boys Middle School division title in this year’s LA Youth Lacrosse League 2018 Spring Season.
Special thanks to Matt Rambo, Dylan Molloy, Colin Heacock and Kyle Harrison for taking the time to share their experience and insights with our Trident team.
For the 4th season in a row, Trident Boys 2023/24 are LA Box League division Champs!
As girls Director of Trident Lacrosse, Kate has been instrumental in helping to grow the girls’ side of the organization in her two years with the program. She also launched the inaugural Manhattan Beach Middle School Girls’ Lacrosse team in 2018 to continue the growth of the sport in the South Bay and provide players of all skill levels opportunities to play under top-level coaching. Kate played her undergrad years at Cornell (’13) where she was an All-American defensive-midfielder and named the 2013 Ivy League Defender of the Year while serving as Team Captain in her senior year. After graduating from Cornell, Kate used her junior year ACL tear as an opportunity to take her fifth year of eligility at Northwestern, to compete for a national championship while studying Sports Marketing & Public Relations as a graduate student. Kate’s leadership skills translated with her new teammates and she was named a Captain at Northwestern, where she started every game & led the team to a Final Four appearance. Kate was named a 2014 Pre-season and Academic All-American and will use her experience to work with all age groups and divisions in the Trident program.
In her past year with Trident, Courtney has shown to be a highly committed, hard working, and valuable member of our coaching staff, developing our middle school players on the club and rec side. Courtney’s impressive resume includes being named a 4x Captain at USC (’16) where she started every single game for the program as an All-American defender. In her senior campaign, Courtney led the 4-year old program to a 20-1 record and to their first appearance in the Division I NCAA quarterfinals, earning MPSF Player of the Year. She also became the Trojans’ first player to earn First Team All-American honors. After graduating from USC, Courtney continued to play at the professional level and was drafted to the WPLL Balitmore Braves in the league’s inaugural season. Courtney has played a large role in the history and growth of the sport on the girls’ side in California with her achievements at USC in their first four years as a program, and will look to continue to play a part in this development with her position as Assistant Director for Trident. In addition to coaching, Courtney is currently the Chief Operations Officer at The Legends Brand.
Natalie (Stony Brook ’16) joins us for the spring 2019 season as a very knowledgable, experienced lacrosse player and coach. She grew up in the lacrosse hotbed of Maryland, playing for four years at Mt. Hebron High School and serving as team captain her senior year (well-known as a top program for high school lacrosse on the east coast). She then took her talents to highly-ranked Stony Brook as an attack/midfielder. Natalie is the former Head Coach of JV at St. Joseph’s High School in Connecticut, where she led the team to their best season in school history in her first season as a coach. While she has experience coaching all ages throughout Manhattan and Queens, NY, Natalie will be primarily working with our Middle School division this spring. She currently works as the Head Trainer at F45 in Hermosa Beach and has experience pushing individuals to work hard and maximize their potential which translates directly in her role as a coach.
The Trident Girls Middle School (MS) tournament team finished strong defeating stiff competition from California and Washington to claim the division championship at this year’s Pacific Lacrosse Festival in San Diego.
The Trident Elementary School (ES) Girls team went undefeated to claim it’s second straight Spring Season division Championship.
The Trident Girls had the opportunity to play under the lights at OCC during halftime of the USC vs. Stony Brook game.