Coach Kathy Gonzalez


Coach Gonzalez started coaching in 1997 at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology.  She has also coached at the collegiate level spending four years as the head coach at King's College (PA) and five years as head coach at Bridgewater College (VA). 

Coach Gonzalez specializes in teaching older beginners and starting new programs, and has spoken at the US Lacrosse National Convention twice on teaching basics to older beginners.  She has a B.A. from Cornell University in American Government and Southeast Asian studies, and a M.A. in Sociology of Sport from the University of Maryland.  A native of Falls Church, Coach Gonzalez attended St. Stephen's/St. Agnes where she was a first-team All-American and captain of both the soccer and lacrosse teams.  She currently lives in Chantilly with her husband and is currently the head girls lacrosse coach at John Champe HS.


Coach Keri Reid


Coach Reid is the currently the girls Varsity Assistant for Woodgrove High School in Purcellville. Originally from Long Island, New York she has grown up playing and being around very strong lacrosse programs. After moving to Virginia, she played for Shenandoah University from 2009 to 2011. At her time at Shenandoah she played all over field  but finding her spot mostly in the mid-field. Playing both sides of the field has allowed her to have a great background in not only attack but defense as well.

In college Coach Reid coached numerous camps and clinics as well as the starter Shenandoah Valley Youth Lacrosse League where she worked with girls from ages 6 to 17 at all levels of playing experience on one team. At Woodgrove, she has helped her team to their third Dulles District and District Tournament title as well as their second Sectional title making their third appearance in the state tournament.  Working with the Lady Wolverines, Coach Reid spent a great deal of time helping all over the field including working with the goalies. In the summer she has also had the pleasure of working with numerous local youth camps/clinic series in Loudoun County and the Oakton area.


Coach Zach Tamburello 

Coach T is the current Varsity Girls Head Coach at Fauquier High School. In his first year as head coach he was able to guide the girls to a regional appearance and a second place district finish.  This after losing 13 seniors to graduation.  In 2012  as the assistant varsity coach at Fauquier and offensive coordinator he led an offense that averaged 15.5 goals per game.  His explosive offense assisted in  helping the school to their first regional appearance in school history.  

Coach T played his high school lacrosse at Fauquier HS and was a four year starter at Midfield (All-District Jr and Sr years).  While attending LFCC he began his coaching career as he helped both the boys JV and Varsity programs at FHS. A transfer to Radford University opened up the opportunity to coach the girls game where he took over as the head coach of Radford University's Women's Club Lacrosse team from 2008-2010. During the summers between 2008-2010, he coached with the Baltimore Elite lacrosse program in Maryland.

In addition to EKLC coach T currently coaches with Wolfpack lacrosse out of Woodbridge, Va. He is the assistant for one of the High School girls senior teams.   


Coach Alyssa Dabbenigno

Coach Dabbenigno is currently in her second season as JV Head/ Varsity Assistant Lacrosse coach at Briar Woods HS . She has been coaching for 5 years all over the area, including being an inaugural coach for Pitt Lacrosse Club U-19/U-15 Girls in Greenville, NC and the Ashburn Bandits U-11 girls coach.

Coach Dabbenigno has a B.S. in Health and Human Performance from East Carolina University and looking to begin her Master’s program at GMU.  Growing up from 5th Grade on in the Northern Virginia area, Coach Dabbenigno has had the opportunity to play for one of the first Loudoun Lacrosse Clubs as well as Bishop Denis J. O’Connell HS. She was a 4 year Varsity starter in both soccer and lacrosse earning 1st/2nd/3rd Team All- WCAC nominations in both sports. Having been recruited to play D1 soccer, Coach Dabbenigno decided to hang up her cleats to focus on her academics. Being familiar with the college recruitment process she is very interested in becoming a collegiate scout.