We will help you showcase your talent in front of the coaches and recruiters who can help you fulfill your dreams. Bottom line: if you have the talent, inclination and drive to play at the next level, Starz will provide the coaching, guidance, exposure and personal attention to make it happen. Not just words – we have the credentials to prove our claim. Our horizons aren’t limited to Washington’s borders, we are national.
Girls Fall 2018 Teams
- HS Elite
- 2021 Elite
- 2022 Elite
- 2023 Elite
- 2024/25/26 Elite
2018 Girls Fall Tournaments
Please note that the following tournament schedule is preliminary and may change.
Fall 2018 Tryouts are closed. Please check back here for information on the Summer 2018 season when it is available.
The price for Fall 2018 for the teams below will be all inclusive aside from airfare. It includes all tournament registration fees, lodging, food at tournaments, ground transportation at tournaments, uniforms, practices, coaches and coach travel, fields, etc. There are no other charges for the season; this fee is all inclusive aside from airfare.
- HS Elite – $3,175
- 2021 Elite – $3,175
The price for Fall 2018 for the teams below includes all tournament registration fees, uniforms, practices, coaches and coach travel, fields, etc. There are no other charges for the season; this fee does NOT include lodging, food at tournaments, ground transportation, etc.
- 2022 Elite – $1,500
- 2023 Elite – $1,295
- 2024/25/26 – $1,295
Seattle Starz Girls’ Program Director, Lyndsey Gillis, will be running sessions this Fall geared towards improving fundamental skills through high intensity stick work and footwork while utilizing the wall. Come and work hard to develop the most essential component of your game!
HS (2019-2022) 4:30-5:30pm | MS(2023-2026) 5:30-6:30pm
September 18th, 25th | October 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th | November 7th, 14th
Lid Park on Mercer Island | Below Aubrey Davis Tennis Courts | Wall near outdoor basketball courts
Lyndsey Gillis is the varsity head coach and program director of Mercer Island Girls’ Lacrosse and the 2017 WSLA Coach of the Year. She also currently serves on the WSLA board. Prior to taking on the MI position, Gillis spent four seasons as the varsity head coach at Seattle Preparatory School and two seasons at Greenwich Academy in Greenwich, CT. A standout midfielder at Bowdoin College, Gillis was a member of three NCAA tournament teams and an Academic All-American. She earned her Master’s degree from the University of Washington.
Ruth Bonner is a veteran coach who spent nine years at the NCAA DIII level during which she coached four NCAA All-Americans, seven IWLCA All-Region players and three NCAA tournament teams. She is currently the Snohomish varsity head coach. Bonner played women’s lacrosse and was on the inaugural field hockey team at the University of New England where she was named UNE Female Athlete of the Year in 2005. She earned her Master’s in Sports and Exercise Studies from Smith College.
Hanna Dalrymple graduated from St. Mary’s College in California in May 2018. She play 3 seasons on the D1 NCAA squad before the school reclassified the team to a club sport. Dalrymple started every game her sophomore and junior year and was team captain her last two seasons as a Gael. In her final year at St. Mary’s, Hanna was the president and for a brief period team coach of a club which made it to nationals in it’s inaugural club season.
Helen Hansen is a 2016 graduate of UC Berkeley where she was a four year member of the women’s lacrosse team. Cal’s program has been a member of the MPSF conference, the only D1 conference in the west to have women’s lacrosse and in 2018 will look to challenge perennial west coast powerhouses in the first season the PAC-12 conference will recognize the sport and hold a championship. The former Bear goalkeeper brings with her a wealth of experience and expertise between the pipes to the Seattle Starz sidelines.
Stevie McNesby was a highly decorated four year starter and two year captain at NCAA D2 Holy Family University. The former Tiger was named to the CACC All-Conference team four times ( twice on the second-team, twice to the first-team) and to the CACC All-Tournament team twice. She was the CACC Rookie of the Year in 2010, the Player of the Year in 2012 and a D2 Athletic Directors Association Academic award recipient in 2015 (as a member of the Women’s Soccer team). After her collegiate career, McNesby was a Local Development Officer for the Stockport Lacrosse Club in England. Stevie was most recently an assistant coach for the Agnes Irwin Academy’s girls lacrosse team in Pennsylvania and a coach for the Ultimate Lacrosse club program following a stint as an assistant coach at her alma mater.
Steph Moffat is a graduate of Seattle University where she was a four year member of the women’s lacrosse program (WCLA D2). In her time at SU she was a three year captain and president, a 2 year MVP and a student-coach her senior year. Moffat continued to coach the SU program for two years after she graduated. She has also had coaching stints at Kennedy HS, Nathan Hale and is currently on the Mercer Island staff.
Danielle Morgan grew up in Washington and played HS lacrosse for the Mukilteo Lacrosse Club. She was recruited to play at Aurora University in Aurora, IL, where she double majored in English and Secondary Education, with a minor in Special Education. During her time at AU, Danielle was a three year captain, a two time MWLC First Team All-Conference selection, a team MVP and was a student-coach her senior year. After graduating she returned to the west coast and spent the past season as the Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach position at Pacific University.
Penny Moss is a veteran Starz coach who brings a wealth of knowledge to the sidelines. Moss’ playing career began in 4th grade and spanned through her years at Notre Dame where she played intra-mural lacrosse as the sport was not offered otherwise. While in South Bend, she was a 4 year member of the Fighting Irish field hockey team. Penny is currently a member of both WWLUA and WSLA boards in addition to being the Head Coach of the ISD girls’ varsity squad.
Brittany moved to the Seattle area from Minnesota in 2017 where she was instrumental in creating college level club teams in the state. She played at Minnesota State from 2007-2011 and coached Minneapolis youth lacrosse after graduating college. Stanton is currently the varsity head coach at Roosevelt High School and works in sustainability at Amazon.