Coach Kristen Stuckel was a dual sport college athlete at DIII Gettysburg College where she played lacrosse and field hockey. She lettered seven times as an undergraduate field hockey and lacrosse player. She was a first-team all-conference midfielder in field hockey and a second-team All-Central Region defensive player in lacrosse. After graduating from Gettysburg in 1995, Coach Stuckel spent 3 years as a grad assistant in both lacrosse and field hockey at Gettysburg.
In the summer of 2000, Kristen was hired as Muhlenberg’s head coach of lacrosse and has led the Mules to improvement year after year, leading to the program’s first Centennial Conference playoff berths in 2008 and 2009 and the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Championship in 2016.
Her overall record of 169-147 in 22 seasons (including a 162-125 mark the last 20) makes her the winningest coach in program history.
Coach Stuckel was named Centennial Conference coach of the year in 2017 after the Mules tied a school record with 13 wins and crowned their first All-American. The highlight of the season was an 8-7 win against top-ranked eventual national champion Gettysburg that put Muhlenberg into the Division III top 20 for the first time ever.
She continues to coach at Muhlenburg College and have a significant impact on her athletes and the success of their program. Coach Stuckel is also the head coach of ULTIMATE’s PA 2025 Team.
Amanda Scarpa played High School lacrosse at Freehold Township HS in Central Jersey. From there she took her lacrosse career to Stockton University. While at Stockton, Amanda was a captain at Stockton her junior and senior year. She played and started each game for the Ospreys throughout her four years and finished her career with 113 ground balls and 56 caused turnovers as a defender. Amanda graduated with a degree in Accounting in December 2017 and a Master’s in Business Administration in 2018 and is currently an Accountant at SKF USA in Lansdale. Amanda previously coached for Tri-State lacrosse in 2017 and 2018 with athletes in middle and high school before joining Ultimate in the Fall of 2020 coaching the PA 2025s.
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. Meg has played almost all positions within her years of playing lacrosse, most recently as a defender and draw specialist. She is currently attending William and Mary while pursuing a degree in Psychology and Special Education.