Haley Warden played lacrosse at James Madison University from 2015-2018. She is from Glen Mills, PA where she attended high school at Garnet Valley. Haley is coaching lacrosse at Madiera with Adam Norton. She was voted as an All-American by her Coaches in 2017 and Media in both 2017 and 2018. She was the 2017 CAA Player of the Year, 2018 CAA Co-Defensive Player of the Year, Two-time First Team All-CAA (2017, 2018), 2016 Second Team All-CAA, 2018 NCAA Championship Most Outstanding Performer, Back-to-back CAA Championship Most Outstanding Performer (2017, 2018), JMU all-time leader in draw controls (245), JMU all-time leader in caused turnovers (119), Ranks 7th at JMU in career ground balls (146), and tied for 14th at JMU in career free-position goals (22). She holds the JMU single-season records for draw controls (108 - 2018) and caused turnovers (47 - 2017). Haley was also a Tewaaraton Award Nominee (top-25).
Reagan Newell played lacrosse at JMU from 2016-2019. She is from Centreville, VA and attended high school at Centreville high school. At Centreville, Reagan was a two-time team captain, first Team US Lacrosse All-American in 2015 and Honorable Mention in 2014, Four-time First Team All Concorde District and Northern Region honoree, Named First Team All-State in 2014, 2015, Three-time Washington Post All-Met selection, Concorde District Offensive Player of the Year as a senior, Northern Region Offensive Player of the Year as a senior. Reagan holds Centreville High Schools records in goals, assists and total points. She was an Honor Roll Student, Leader of the Student Government Association, and a Seven-time Scholar Athlete award recipient. Reagan also played basketball for Centreville High School.
Adam coached D1 Women’s Lacrosse for almost 10 years. During that time he coached at Stanford University, Jacksonville University, and most recently George Mason. His college coaching achievements include: 4 Conference Championships (2 MPSF, 2 NLC); 3 Top 20 Goal Keepers; 2 #1 Scoring Offenses, and 1 IWLCA Top 10 Program ranking.
Along the way, players he has coached have garnered 48 All-Conference honors, 39 Academic honors, 21 All-Tournament/MVPs, 6 POY honors, 3 All-Americans, and 2 Rookie of the Years. In 9 high school seasons coach Norton’s goalies have received 8 All-Conference honors.
In addition to coaching, Norton has also been an 8 time speaker/presenter at the US Lacrosse Convention, and has been a member of the Potomac chapter of US Lacrosse.
In 2004, Norton founded C4 Lacrosse, a company with a focus on camps, clinics and individual instruction for field players and goalies. Norton has also served as the goalie selector for the Girls' National Tournament Mid-Atlantic teams and Under Armour Girls All-American tournament.
A four-year goalkeeper at Dickinson College, Norton captained the team and was named the Most Valuable Player as a senior in 1997. As a junior, he held the top single-game Division III save mark and set a Centennial Conference record for single-game goals allowed the following season. In 2004, he was named the Rookie of the Year. A Washington, D.C. native, Norton graduated from Dickinson College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a focus in research and development of gifted/LD adolescents.
Currently Adam coaches at the Madeira School in Mclean, VA.
Adam and his wife, Carrie (who also played lacrosse), have a 3yr old daughter and reside in Alexandria, VA.