The Holderness girls’ varsity lacrosse team is historically a strong, competitive program. With a focus on work ethic, daily improvement, teamwork, and a joy for the sport, the program has had many successful seasons. Athletes begin training at the end of March with a trip to warmer climates; the competitive season begins in early April and runs through early to mid-May. In the 2016 season, the team advanced to the Lakes Region Tournament finals against New Hampton. Although we lost by one goal, playing in the finals was a proud accomplishment. Always determined to work hard and get better each day, the team is hungry to return to the tournament in the 2017 season!
Chrissy Lushefski played Division I lacrosse at Dartmouth College for four years. Throughout her time there, her team won an Ivy tournament and participated in two NCAA tournaments. Coach Lushefski was awarded the most improved player award her freshman and sophomore year and the Don and Margaret Radasch Award her senior year for extraordinary dedication, true coachability, and an unselfish attitude. She is eager to instill these values in the team at Holderness.