Patricia Alexander has been coaching lacrosse in North Carolina since 2006 and has played an instrumental role in the growth of club and high school girls’ lacrosse in the Triangle region over the past decade. A stalwart on the Carolina Fever (now Ultimate Carolina) staff, Patricia has helped to grow the club program into a nationally recognized name. In 2014, Coach Alexander was named the head coach at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh. She led the Lady Crusaders to the State Championship game in all four years, winning titles in 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.  Coach Alexander has also coached the prestigious Under Armour All American Highlight team ( 2017 & 2018). A 1994 graduate from Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland, Alexander was a four year starter on defense under renowned coach Diane Geppi Aikens. She earned captain and MVP honors and as a senior she was also named to All-American and All-Maryland teams after leading her team to a final four appearance in College Park, MD.

Megan (Meg) Corrigan graduated in 2022 from Great Valley High School in Malvern, Pennsylvania. With two full high school seasons under her belt (post covid), Meg scored 62 goals and had over 100 assists- 83 of them in her senior season. She was named a 3x Philly Showcase All-Star, as well as being named a 2nd team All-Chesmont League player a junior. Meg played as a midfielder on ULTIMATE Chester County for 5 years, including 2 years with the Elite team. She is currently a defensive midfielder at Division 1 William and Mary where she is majoring in psychology.

Katherine Ernst is a 2022 graduate from Agnes Irwin High School. She was a 4 year varsity letter winner and specialized as a true midfielder, including taking the draw. While playing at Agnes Irwin she won the Varsity Lacrosse Most Improved Award as a freshman and her team went on to win the Inter-ac Championship in 2021 and received 2nd place in PAISAA Championship. Katherine was a member of both the Ultimate PA 22 Blue Team and the Ultimate Elite Team. She is currently playing lacrosse at Division 1 Vanderbilt University.

Jess has coached college lacrosse for over a decade including serving as the head coach at Bucknell University (D1), Randolph-Macon College (D3) and assistant coach at Manhattan College (D1). She holds Levels 1 and 2 US Lacrosse Certifications. Jessica attended the University at Albany (NY) as a D1 player and held many scoring records including leading scorer and 2000 Player of the Year. She founded her own successful elite travel lacrosse program, Virginia Venom, for girls grades 3rd-11th in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. Venom had numerous girls go on to play in college, many at the D1 level. She is a clinician to both youth and coaches and helped to develop the High Sierra Lacrosse Club in Nevada (Reno and Tahoe). She has developed and coached lacrosse players in New York as the head coach at Holy Child – taking that team to the highly competitive New York state private school semi finals (first time in program history). She was the Girls Athletic Director at Walsingham Academy in Williamsburg, Virginia for 4 years and started the now JV and Varsity Girls Lacrosse Program at the Upper School. Jess served as a consultant and in assisting in the development of the Chatham Cardinals Lacrosse Program, in Chatham County. She also served as facilitator For Brave Enterprises, founded by lacrosse legend Crista Samaras, working to design programming to motivate and empower female athletes.

My name is Hannah Lombardo and I am currently a sophomore at Rowan University. I am currently a part of the NJ Ultimate region and I am the head coach for the Ultimate NJ 2025 team. I am a part of the lacrosse team at Rowan and play the position of midfield. I am graduating in the year of 2024.