Our coaches are one of a kind
Our Legion girl coaches are a group of people who want to see the sport grow, provide excellent lacrosse coaching, mentor the next generation, and dominate on the field.
Our coaches want to pour their lax knowledge into all our teams. We take the extra step to make sure all our girls are growing in the sport, and leaving our program with more confidence then they came in with.
All of our coaches are US Lacrosse Certified, and have a wealth of coaching experience.
Gabriel Fowler is the head coach of Saugus High School's Girl's Lacrosse team as well as a coach for the Lions Rec team.
Kids Lacrosse started in June of 2018 and has already hosted 7 free clinics, 2 camps, 6 private trainings and is gearing up for the Fall season with a league and tournament.
In 2017 coach Gabe was the director over the girls lacrosse league for the County of Los Angeles. The league boasted 10 parks and 11 teams all throughout Los Angeles County.
He also was the assistant coach for La Canada HS.
OTHER LACROSSE ACTIVITES
Coach Gabe was selected to be a clinician for US Lacrosse and the Sankofa Foundation and has traveled all over the country to teach kids how to play Lacrosse.
He also recently coached for Wave L.A. girls lacrosse under the tutelage of Michelle Uhlfelder (Womens Team USA hall of famer)
Coach Gabe was born on January 8th, 1990 and is the husband of Sasha.
Ashley Hill is a junior attacker for the Women of Troy.
As a sophomore, Hill played in four games and recorded one assist against Arizona State (March 10).
As a freshman, Hill appeared in 13 games and started against San Diego State (April 28)… scored seven goals and had seven assists for 14 points… was 2-for-4 from free position and shot on goal on 14 of 17 shots for a .824 SOG percentage… picked up eight ground balls and caused three turnovers… scored multiple goals in two games… had a career-high five points (2g, 3a) against UC Davis (April 23).
Hill was a four-year letterwinner at Marin Catholic High School… a US Lacrosse High School All-American as a senior… All-America honorable mention as a junior… two-time High School Academic All-American… four-time Marin County Athletic League all-conference selection… helped lead MCHS to league titles in 2013 and 2014… played eight years with BearLax Club… also won two letters as a soccer midfielder at MCHS.
Ashley Andrea Hill was born on Nov. 22, 1997, in Greenbrae, Calif.… parents are Craig and Marianne Hill… has two older brothers, Matthew and Christopher, and an older sister, K.C.… brother Chris played attacker for the Navy men’s lacrosse team… sister K.C. was an attacker for UC Davis in 2014… majoring in human biology.
Izzy McMahon is a junior attacker for the Women of Troy.
As a sophomore, McMahon played in all 18 of USC’s contests and had 13 starts… ranked second on the team with 40 points and was third in goals (30) and assists (10)… ranked 10th in the Pac-12 with 4.50 shots per game and finished with a .736 shots-on-goal percentage… picked up 11 ground balls and had two caused turnovers and a draw control… scored nine goals from free position… produced 11 multiple-goal games including four hat tricks and two season-high four-goal performances (vs. Stanford, April 1; vs. San Diego State, April 13).
McMahon did not play in 2017 pending her transfer from Army where she played basketball and lacrosse.
As a freshman at Army, McMahon was named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week (April 18)… appeared in eight games with seven starts… totaled 16 goals, one assist and 13 draw controls… led the Knights with 2.00 goals per game… set a season high with four goals in two games: vs. American (April 16) and at Loyola (April 30)… was 1-for-4 from free position and registered a .667 shots-on-goal percentage… had a career-high three draw controls at Lehigh (April 10) and vs. Colgate (April 20)… also played basketball for Army where she appeared in 26 games and played 125 minutes… finished with 20 points, 11 rebounds, 12 assists, and five steals.
McMahon lettered in basketball, lacrosse, and soccer at Saddle River Day School in Saddle River, N.J.… All-Bergen County first-team as a senior and second-team all-county selection as a sophomore… received the 2013 Stephen J. Kingslow Award for excellence in academics and character.
Isabel “Izzy” Sarah McMahon was born in New York, N.Y… parents are Paul and Karen McMahon… has four sisters, Gabrielle “Gabby”, Daniella, Michaela, and Sophia… older sister Gabby was an All-MPSF lacrosse player for USC (2014-17)… younger sister Daniella is a junior attacker at Stanford… cousin, Phil DeNicola, is a second lieutenant in the Navy… can play piano and guitar… majoring in health and human sciences.
Natalie Byrne is a junior defender for the Women of Troy.
As a sophomore, Byrne started in all 18 games for the Trojans… Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention… picked up 17 ground balls including a career-high four against Virginia Tech (Feb. 10)… caused nine turnovers and recorded two draw controls.
As a freshman, Byrne appeared in 21 of 22 games for the Trojans and started once… collected 18 ground balls and caused seven turnovers… picked up two ground balls in five different games.
Byrne was a four-year letterwinner at West Linn High School… a three-time U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American as a sophomore, junior, and senior… named Oregon All-State First Team and Player of the Year as a junior… chosen to Oregon All-State First Team as a sophomore… played four years for Oregon Elite… maintained over a 3.50 grade-point average through high school and was a senior honors graduate.
Natalie Daigh Byrne was born on May 27, 1998, in Portland, Ore.… parents are John and Jennifer Byrne… has one brother, Sean… majoring in health and human science.