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L A U R E N  (WYNNE)  I A C O B O N I

School - Stevenson University- Towson University
 Joined FCA Staff - September, 2013

Bio – Lauren (Wynne) Iacoboni went to River Hill High School ('08) in Howard County, Maryland playing lacrosse as a midfielder and field hockey as a forward. Served as a Captain for both teams and named Second Team All County and River Hill Athletes Heart Award as a Senior. She played lacrosse and field hockey at Stevenson University ('10) and later played club lacrosse at Towson University ('13). 

Lauren has been coaching lacrosse for the past 6 years. She started her coaching career with the Dulaney High School's program in Timonium, Maryland from 2010-2012 seasons, going undefeated and winning a county championship in 2010. She got married to her husband, Brian Iacoboni in 2013 and moved to Howard County, Maryland where she coached at River Hill High School's field hockey program in Clarksville, Maryland from 2013-2016. Lauren is currently coaching lacrosse at Glenelg High School (Glenelg, Maryland | 2014-present) and helped the varsity team win the State Championship in 2016 and the 2017 State Championship. Current W vs L record is 67-5 in her Coaching Career. She is excited about the opportunity to share the Christ with the lacrosse community and to serve on the FCA Lacrosse staff and coaching staff for the first ever Girl's FCA Lacrosse Maryland Club team. 

Family- Father, Kevin Wynne, played 4 years as an All-American at Salisbury University with Uncle, Brian Wynne, also an All-American. Sister, Morgan Wynne, All- Junior College Player of the Year 2011. Cousins, Mikey Wynne Attacker at Notre Dame, Cousin Nick Wynne and Zach Wynne, both Attackers at Florida Tech, Cousin Josh Wynne, Midfielder at Lynchburg College, Cousin Kevin Wynne, Attacker at Mercer. 



N E V I  F E R N A N D E Z

Played at John Hopkins University 2017: Named All-Big Ten and Academic All-Big Ten • selected to IWLCA All-Star game • started all 18 games • totaled 26 ground balls 19 draws and nine caused turnovers • ranked second on team in ground balls • picked up two ground balls and caused a turnover in win at Marquette • grabbed four ground balls in win at Loyola • had a caused turnover and a draw in overtime win over Georgetown • caused a turnover and picked up two ground balls in win over Furman • grabbed three ground balls in win over UMBC • had two ground balls and a draw in loss at #1 Maryland • totaled two ground balls, one draw and one caused turnover in win over Vanderbilt • controlled four draws and caused two turnovers versus #10 Penn State • totaled two ground balls, two draws and a caused turnover in win over Michigan • controlled two draws and picked up a ground ball in loss to #4 Stony Brook • had two ground balls and two draws in win over Rutgers.

2016: Started all 19 games • totaled 27 ground balls, nine draws and 13 caused turnovers • caused a pair of turnovers, picked up a ground ball and controlled a draw in win over Marquette • totaled two ground balls and two caused turnovers in win at Rutgers • caused two turnovers in overtime loss to #19 Loyola • caused a pair of turnovers and picked up five ground balls in loss to #8 Penn State • grabbed three ground balls and caused a turnover in win at Vanderbilt • picked up a pair of ground balls in win at Georgetown • grabbed two ground balls in win over Furman • picked up two ground balls in win over UMBC • totaled two draws and two ground balls in come-from-behind win at #16 Boston College • caused two turnovers and controlled two draws in win over Virginia in the NCAA First Round.

2015: Started all 18 games and totaled 21 ground balls, five draws and 11 caused turnovers • caused a turnover and grabbed two ground balls in win at Furman • scooped up two ground balls in win over Georgetown • tallied a pair of ground balls in win over UC Davis • caused a turnover and picked up two ground balls in win at UMBC • picked up three ground balls, two draws and caused four turnovers in win at Bucknell • caused a turnover and grabbed two ground balls in win over Rutgers • picked up three ground balls and caused a turnover in overtime win at Towson • scooped up two ground balls in loss to #7 Penn State in NCAA Tournament.

2014: Played 17 games and started three • totaled seven ground balls and four caused turnovers • made collegiate debut in season-opening win over Marquette and caused two turnovers to go with one ground ball • grabbed two ground balls in win at George Washington • picked up a ground ball and caused a turnover in win over Michigan.

Personal: Nevi Fernandez • daughter of Carlos and Stacey Fernandez • captain as a senior • named IAAM All-Star and to Baltimore Sun All Metro team as a senior • won Athlete of the Year Award and the Warrior Award • led team the IAAM championship game in senior year • majoring in public health with a minor in entrepreneurship & management.

M E G H A N  M C K N E L L Y

AT DELAWARE
Two-time letter winner for the Blue Hens • diversifies Delaware’s goaltending abilities • holds a great range on clears and is confident outside the crease • physical presence • solid communicator.

2015 SEASON
Appeared in two games as a sophomore • made collegiate debut at Canisius (March 25) • posted first career save against the Griffs • also saw time in CAA Tournament contest against James Madison (May 1) • tallied one save in 13 minutes of action.

HIGH SCHOOL
Three-year starting goalie at Cape Henry Collegiate School under head coach Brooke Hummel • First Team All-American (2013) • three-time First Team All-Conference selection • two-time First Team All-State • Conference Tournament MVP in 2011 • helped lead the Dolphins to the 2011 DII State Basketball Championship and 2012 Conference Championship as a power forward • played for the Midwestern Force Lacrosse club • 2013 Academic All-American • spent time with the G.I.R.L.S. group peer mentoring program with middle school girls • honor roll member.

PERSONAL
Meghan Elizabeth McKnelly • born June 15, 1995 in Newport Beach, Calif. • daughter of Stewart and Kate McKnelly • father is a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Marine Corps • has two younger brothers, Matthew and Michael • cousin Bradlee Lord is a sophomore on the nationally-ranked Maryland men’s lacrosse team • uncle, Rob Lord, was a midfielder/attacker at Johns Hopkins • lists favorite sports teams as the Baltimore Ravens and Boston Celtics • enjoys drawing and baking • majoring in occupational therapy • worked as a nanny during the summer • Outreach Coordinator for Delaware Christian Athletes (DCA).



M A T T  H O L M A N

Matthew Holman joined the women's lacrosse coaching staff as the volunteer assistant coach in 2017 at Navy. Holman's responsibilities include working directly with the Mids' goalies and defenders.

Prior to joining the Navy coaching staff, Holman was the Fellowship of Christian Athletes lacrosse coach (2016-17). Holman worked as a lacrosse coach at the Episcopal School of Dallas from January 2013 to November 2015.

Holman graduated from the University of North Carolina in December of 2012 with a Bachelors of Art History. He was a member of the Tar Heel lacrosse team that was an Atlantic Coast Conference finalist in 2012, playing alongside his brother Marcus. Prior to transferring to UNC, Holman attended and played lacrosse at UMBC. Holman is the son of long-time lacrosse coach Brian Holman who is currently the head coach of the University of Utah. Holman is a native of Baltimore and prepped at the Gilman School.



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