Brittany Philip played High School lacrosse at Corning East in Upstate NY. From there she took her lacrosse career to Queens University of Charlotte (DII). While at Queens, Brittany was a captain her junior and senior year and earned lacrosse accolades including, but not limited to, Conference Carolinas Player of the Year in 2012, IWLCA All American Second Team and IWLCA All-Region First Team as well as representing Queens University of Charlotte as the NCAA Woman of the Year Nominee. Brittany – an attacker who also served on the draw circle – finished her career as the all time team leader in goals with 168, draw controls with 190, and set the single season record in goals with 56 her senior year.
Brittany, who started coaching with the Stars in the Fall of 2013 is the Youth and Middle School Director, overseeing athletes in K-8th grade, focusing on players during critical times of physical development. She spends time on the field with all levels for QCS but specifically focuses on our youth and middle school players, critically preparing them to transition from small field to full field play and subsequently, prepare them to play in high school.
Brittany graduated with a degree in Sports Communication and Marketing in May 2012. After a corporate stint in Olympic Sports Marketing through Rio 2016 and PyeongChang 2018, she shifted gears to teach Middle School Health and PE in Charlotte. She is the Program Director and Head Varsity Coach at Cannon School, and the Director of the South Park Youth Association Girls Lacrosse Program (501c3), in addition to her roles at QCS.