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Katie Oliverio, a two time Captain for the University of Louisville Women's Lacrosse team, graduated in 2013 with a bachelors degree in Sport Administration and a masters degree Criminal Justice. While at the University of Louisville Katie was a member of the Cardinal High Performance Leadership Team, Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society, Big East All Academic Team, Big East All Second Team, named the Big East Scholar Athlete Sport Excellence Award Winner, IWLCA All Region, and the NCAA Division I Statistical Leader in Assists Per Game and regular season total assists in 2010. She is the all-time assists leader at Louisville and ranks 4th all time in points. Katie is a 2008 graduate of Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School. Katie has been coaching for Cardinal for three years. She loves hiking with her dog, anything sports, and Netflix. 

 

Janaye Dzikewich was a member of the Canadian National Lacrosse World Cup team (2007 and 2013) and a 2013 World Cup Silver Medalist. She played D1 lacrosse at the University of Louisville where she was a two time captain and received the most valuable player award in 2012. In additional to her numerous on field accomplishments and awards she is was named to the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Association’s Academic Honor Roll 2010-2013, Big East Honor Roll Selection 2010-2013, and Big East All-Academic Team 2008-2013. Janaye has a Bachelors degree in Exercise Science and Masters in Exercise Physiology.

 

Emma Vinall is a sophomore midfielder at American University and was the leading scorer there this past year. A native to Fairfax county, she started playing lacrosse in the area in second grade. She was four-year varsity starter at W. T. Woodson high school, and her junior and senior year was named an All-American. During her senior year, she was named a Washington Post first team All-Met Player, district player of the year, regional player of the year, and the VHSL State player of the year. Other than coaching lacrosse, in her free time, Emma enjoys fostering animals and she plans on earning a business degree at American.