Head Coach – Meg MacClain
Coach MacClain attended Bishop McDevitt and graduated in 2010. During her time at McDevitt she played 4yrs of varsity lacrosse. After McDevitt she continued her education at Bloomsburg University where she played lacrosse and graduated with a degree in Early Childhood Education. After college she started coaching at McDevitt Lacrosse as an assistant coach and then moved up to the head coach position. Lacrosse is her passion she loves teaching and introducing this sport to girls. In her spare time she enjoys fishing, surfing, and the beach.
Meg has been the assistant coach for girls lacrosse since 2015. This is her first year as the head coach of the girl’s lacrosse team. While attending Bishop McDevitt high school she played varsity lacrosse all 4 years and was the captain for 2 of those years. She won an All Catholic slot in her last year. After high school Meg continued playing Club Lacrosse at Bloomsburg University for 3 of her 4 years. She graduated from Bloomsbury University with a degree in early Childhood Education. She loves helping people better themselves as players on and off the field.