Girls Lacrosse Coaches

/Girls Lacrosse Coaches
Girls Lacrosse Coaches2018-11-27T16:58:47+00:00

HGR Girls Lacrosse Coaches

Coach Michael Daly:  HGR Girls Lacrosse Program Director

Coach Daly

  • Assistant Coach, St. Anselm Women’s Lacrosse (current)
  • 2016 Inductee to Stonehill College Athletics Hall of Fame
  • Two-Time NCAA Division II National Champion as the head coach of Stonehill College (03, 05)
  • Posted an 83 – 2 record from 2000 – 2007
  • Three-time NCAA Division II coach of the year (’99, ’03, ’05)
  • Daly has been the head coach of the UNH Wildcats (DI) the Stonehill Skyhawks (DII) the Merrimack Warriors (DII) and the assistant coach of the St. Anselm Hawks (DII)
  • January 2016, Daly was hired as the HGR Girl’s Program Director
Read More
The orchestrator of the first two national championships in the history of the Stonehill College Athletic Department, Daly has been a part of women’s lacrosse at the coaching level for over three decades, beginning with his first – and most impressive – head coaching stint at Stonehill from 1998-2007.

With the Skyhawks (and formerly Chieftains), Daly also served as Assistant A.D. alongside his coaching duties. In 10 seasons, he guided Stonehill from its roots as a club program and eventually saw his efforts culminate in a pair of Division II NCAA National Championships (2003, 05). His remarkable 2005 championship team enjoyed an undefeated season, finishing the year 21-0.

Daly’s era in Easton, Mass., could only be quantified as a dynasty for the women’s lacrosse program, which claimed Northeast-10 Conference Tournament crowns from 2000 through 2007. He owned an 83-2 record in conference play in those 10 seasons and was three times named the IWLCA Division II National Coach of the Year (1999, 2003, 2005).

After Stonehill, Daly elevated his coaching talents to the Division I ranks when he joined his alma mater, the University of New Hampshire, in 2007. There, Daly needed just two seasons, first as an Assistant Coach, then Associate Head Coach, and eventually as Head Coach from 2009-12, to transform the Wildcats into a perennial power in America East.

During his four years in Durham, N.H., the program enjoyed resurgence to prominence, culminating with an at-large selection to the 2008 NCAA Championship and a No. 13 national ranking that year.

Coaching at Division I ranks also enabled Daly to hone his recruiting, player development and academic advising skills. The former Wildcat guided a program that, in the classroom, saw his student-athletes consistently meet and exceed team GPA goals each season. His staff was also able to compile two of the most talented recruiting classes in UNH program history in 2011 and 2012.

Most recently, Daly spent the 2013 season as an Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach at nearby Saint Anselm College, returning to the NE-10 to help guide the Hawks. Last spring, he oversaw practices, team scouting and game preparation, team defense, and player skill instruction. Once again, Daly enjoyed NE-10 success in Manchester, N.H., helping lead the team to an NE-10 tournament bid and the most wins in program history (10) alongside head coach Holly Drown.

A native of Boston, Daly received his M.S. in Sport Management in 1994 and MBA in 1996 from Northeastern University after earning his Bachelor’s Degree from UNH in Communication. He currently resides in Portsmouth, N.H.  

 Coach Liz Richards: HGR Girls Lacrosse Assistant Program Director

  • First year coaching guided the team to the second round of the MIAA State Tournament
  • First time the AP Womens lacrosse Team won the CCL Championship
  • Womens Coordinator of HGR Lacrosse
  • Coached U15 and U17 teams 2012-2014
  • Started first women’s lacrosse team at Shawsheen Technical High School where the team competed MIAA tournament every year for 6 years.
  • Coached Reading Youth Lacrosse 2008-2014
  • College/Professional Playing Career/Accomplishments
  • Starting attack for Cortland State University Lacrosse Team. 1987-­‐1991
Read More
  • Was NYSWCAA First team All State. 1990 and 1991.
  • Was all Brine American 1991
  • MVP 1991
  • Captain of the team 1991
  • Broke school records for all three scoring categories. Points, goals and assists and held records for 5 years later.

 Kristy Robertson – Coach

Coach Robertson

  • Graduated Haverhill High School in 2013 as a 4 year Varsity player
  • Leading goal scorer at Haverhill High School
  • Attended Southern New Hampshire for 1 year and then transferred to Umass Lowell for last 3 years of college
  • Served as a two time captain- Division 1 lacrosse at Umass Lowell.
  • Graduated from Umass Lowell in 2017 with honors and a degree in Liberal Arts
  • 2 year – Student Advisory Committee (SAAC) Rep at Umass Lowell
  • Volunteer Assistant coach for Haverhill High School Varsity Lacrosse in 2014-2017.
  • Assistant coach at Endicott college September 2017- present.


Brittany Whiteway – Coach

Brittany Whiteway

  • Current varsity girls lacrosse coach for Billerica Memorial High School.
  • Brittany played lacrosse for Billerica MHS and served as Team Captain.
  • She played 4 years as starting defender at Southern New Hampshire University (DII).


Elizabeth (Frisoli) Rose – Coach

Coach Elizabeth Rose

  • Liz Rose joins the HGR coaching staff with over 20 years of lacrosse experience! Liz has coached all over the country before coming home to the best state in the Union: Massachusetts!
  • Most recently, Liz was the head coach at DI Wagner College in NY. There she led the 2015 & 2014 squads to back-to-back NEC Championship game appearances for the first time in program history.
  • Her 2015 team statistics ranked among the top 10 in NCAA Division 1 including: #1 for caused turnovers per game, #2 for ground balls per game, and #8 for save percentage. In 2014, Wagner landed a school-record of 5 players on the All-NEC team, including Defender of the Year.
Read More
  • Before arriving at Wagner, Frisoli established a Division III program at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, AL.  Frisoli spent the 2011-2012 academic year scouring the nation for talent, eventually landing 19 student-athletes from 13 different states.
  • In her first season coaching for Huntingdon, Frisoli guided the Hawks to an 8-6 record in their inaugural season. Liz has also served as an assistant coach at Curry College, a marketing associate at Adrenaline Lacrosse, and a sports anchor for CBS in Rhode Island and Arizona.
  • Liz played lacrosse and field hockey at Winchester High School where she was a captain and voted Most Valuable Player in both sports her senior year.
  • She then went on to play Division 1 lacrosse at Holy Cross in Worcester MA.  At Holy Cross, Liz was named First-Team All-Patriot League and was the Patriot League’s runner-up for Defender of the Year. Liz earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Holy Cross in 2005 and a Master of Education degree from the University of Massachusetts-Boston in 2010.
  • Liz went on to play for the 2005 South Australian lacrosse champion Glenelg Seahawks of Adelaide, Australia, playing alongside three 2005 FIL World Cup champions.

Annie Richards – Coach

  • Currently playing division II lacrosse at Saint Anselm College.
  • Former captain of Austin Prep Women’s Lacrosse
  • CCL League All Star all 4 years in High School

Maggie Joyce – Assistant Coach

  • Currently Assistant coach of HGR 2020s
  • Full time RN at a hospital in southern NH & Part time School Nurse
  • Head Coach Shawsheen Tech Varsity Girls Program 2011-2015
  • HGR Head Coach Summer 2016; Assistant Fall 2017
  • Lacrosse Career: High school at Shawsheen Tech, College at Plymouth State University
  • Student Assistant Coach 2010
  • Awards: Wynne Lobel Coaches’ Award 2010

Becca Shea – Assistant Coach

  • Assistant Coach of HGR Gold
  • Rising Junior Defender at Saint Anselm College
  • Played at St. Mark’s School (Southborough, MA)
    2nd team All-ISL
    2015 and 2016 ISL Champions