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Jim Griffiths

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Jenn Gappert
Courtney Highsmith

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Welcome to Pioneer Women's Lacrosse!

Our team plays a competitive schedule against regional community colleges at the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and is a member of the MD JUCO athletic conference.

Pioneer Success

We are proud of the success our student-athletes have enjoyed in the classroom, at four-year colleges, and in the community.

Congratulations to our women's lacrosse team and coaches for a great 2013 season!
The Pioneers finished with a 13-3 record, 8-0 in the conference,  region/district champions, and national tournament runner-up.

All Conference

  • Meghenn Jackson, first team midfield
  • Shannon O’Neal, first team attack
  • Brittani Biddinger, first team goalkeeper
  • Tyler Hebb, first team defense
  • Kayla Hertz, second team attack
  • Sara Boothe, second team midfield
  • Catherine Cox, second team defense
  • Jordyn Childress, honorable mention defense
  • Jim Griffiths, Coach of the Year

Region/District All-Tournament Team

  • Shannon O’Neal
  • Tyler Hebb
  • Sara Boothe
  • Kayla Hertz
  • Meghenn Jackson – Offensive MVP
  • Brittani Biddinger – Defensive MVP

National All-Tournament Team

  • Brittani Biddinger
  • Meghenn Jackson
  • Shannon O'Neal
  • Sara Boothe

Meghenn Jackson - NJCAA All-American- first team, All-Region and All-Conference- first team, and 2013 Lacrosse Magazine Preseason Player of the Year.

In 2011-12 for the fourth consecutive year, the team is the NJCAA Academic Team of the Year for women's lacrosse!

Check out these former Pioneer lacrosse student-athletes who have moved on to four-year schools.