Lorraine has been a Phantastix coach for over 10 years. She is currently the head coach at Archbishop Carroll High School, where she led her 2017 team to win the PIAA 3A State Championship. Lorraine was named the 2017 PASLA Coach of the Year. In her 18 seasons she has led the Patriots to 17 consecutive Philadelphia Catholic League championships and 7 District 13 championships. Under her tenure, the Carroll program has produced over 60 collegiate athletes, 20 High School All Americans and a 205 game win streak in the Catholic League. Lorraine spent her college career at Drexel University, where she was a 4 year starter for the Dragons.
Maddy is a 2016 graduate of Loyola University, where was a leading attacker for the Greyhounds. Maddy was an All-Patriot League First Team and All-Mid-Atlantic Region Second Team selection as a senior at Loyola, leading the team with 39 goals and 62 total points while tying for the team lead with 23 assists. She scored 68 goals in her career at Loyola, helping lead the Greyhounds to three Patriot League titles and two NCAA Tournament wins in 2013 and 2014. Maddy was named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll three times along with being a Dean's List student at Loyola. At the conclusion of her senior year, Maddy was selected to represent Loyola in the IWLCA North/South Senior All-Star Game. Maddy, who is originally from Florida, is a graduate of Saint Edward’s Varsity Lacrosse, where shew as a Three-time US Lacrosse All-American. She was the first player from Florida to play for Loyola. Maddy graduated from Loyola with a bachelor's of business administration in marketing. She is currently working with Temple lacrosse staff as the Director of Operations.
Annie Brophy is a 2012 graduate of James Madison University, where she was a 4-year midfielder for the Dukes. Brophy led her teams to two CAA Championships and NCAA tournament appearances. Annie was a second team All-Conference player and 3x CAA Commissioners Academic award winner. Annie was voted team captain during her senior season. She was also a 2x team “Purple Pride” award winner, given for exceptional leadership. Before playing for the Dukes, Annie was an All American at Archbishop Carroll. She exceled in both lacrosse and soccer for the Patriots and was multiples times all league, All-Delco and All-Main Line. She was Delco Player of the year for soccer. Annie is a proud Phantastix alumna and enjoys coaching for the club because it allows her to stay connected to a sport that created so many opportunities for her as a student and an athlete!
Jen DePetris Corcoran
Jen is a 2006 graduate of Monmouth University. She played four years on defense for the Hawks where she was a team leader in ground balls and helped lead the team to a NorthEast Conference Championship and a bid to the NCAA tournament. Jen was also team captain her senior year. Prior to Monmouth, Jen was a standout player at Archbishop Carroll where she led the Patriots to their first two Catholic League championships in school history. Jen has been coaching with the Phantastix for over 10 years. In addition, Jen also coaches for Archbishop Carroll and is a teacher within the Haverford School District. Jen is part of a big lacrosse family; her sisters, Jill and Jackie, both played at Syracuse, and her youngest sister, Jamie, played at the University of New Hampshire. Jen loves coaching Phantastix because she loves helping young girls gain confidence and other skills like teamwork and accountability, which will help them become successful, dynamic young women.
Jamie is a 2014 graduate of University of New Hampshire, where she competed as low defender. Jamie led the Wildcats to four America East playoff appearances. She was selected to the America East All-Conference First Team in her senior year and was awarded the America East All-Academic Team three times during her college career. Jamie was elected as Captain her senior year and was also awarded the Coaches' Award. Prior to UNH, Jamie graduated from Archbishop John Carroll High School, where she lettered in lacrosse and field hockey. She received US Lacrosse Academic Team Honors and All-Catholic Honors. Jen is part of a big lacrosse family; her sisters, Jill and Jackie, both played at Syracuse, and her oldest sister, Jen, played at Monmouth University. Jamie loves coaching Phantastix and hopes to give the current players the same great experience that she had when she was younger.
Katie Detwiler is going to be an incoming freshman at Loyola University Maryland where she will play midfield. She is a 2018 graduate of Archbishop Carroll High School where she was a starter all four years. She led her team to four Catholic League Championships and the first ever PIAA 3A State Championship in 2017 for the Patriots. Katie is a two-time All-American and Under Armour All-American who will be playing in the Under Armour Senior Game this summer. She received the prestigious Heather Leigh Albert Award in 2017 and captained the HLA team to the championship. She was named in the IL Women’s Top 40 ranked 30th in the country. Katie has enjoyed playing for Phantastix throughout High School and is excited to continue her time with the program coaching this Summer.
Sondra Dickey is a rising junior at Lehigh University where she is a midfielder starter for the Mountain Hawks. During her sophomore season, Sondra was a 3x all conference player of the week. She was the team's leading scorer and collected 81 draw controls. In her rookie year for the Mountain Hawks, Sondra started every game netting 22 goals and 3 assists. She picked up 27 ground balls and caused 16 turnovers. Sondra was named Patriot League Rookie of the Week once during the season. Prior to Lehigh, Sondra was a standout at Conestoga High School. As a captain, she led her team to the school’s first ever PIAA championship. She was named First Team US All- American and All-Central League and all Southeastern PA.
Kristen is a 2014 graduate of Duquesne University, where she was a standout goalie for the Dukes. In 2013 she was a First Team All-Conference player, Defensive Player of the Week and Year for the Atlantic 10 Conference, an All-Tournament Team member for the Atlantic 10 and ranked eleventh in the nation for her goals against average. As a senior she was also selected to play in the North-South All-Star Game and made the Atlantic 10 Commissioners Honor Roll for seven semesters during her career at Duquesne. Prior to joining the Dukes, Kristen played for Owen J. Roberts, where she was a four-year player, a First Team All-Conference selection for the PAC-10 a named MVP of the girl’s lacrosse team. Kristen has stayed involved with the game since graduating from college as not only a coach for Phantastix, but also as the Assistant Varsity Coach/Goalie Coach for her high school alma mater in 2015 and 2016 and she will be joining as an Assistant Coach at Philadelphia University this fall. Fun Fact about Kristen: She was coached by two USA World Cup Gold Medalist players, Gina Oliver and Brian Dougherty, during the course of her playing career.
Scottie Rose Growney is rising sophomore at the University of North Carolina where she plays midfield for the Tar Heels. Scottie played in all 21 games her freshman season. She helped her team win the ACC and make it to the Final Four. Scottie is a 2017 graduate of Conestoga High School where she was a leading midfielder for the Pioneers. Scottie was named a 2017 Senior Under Armour All American and a Preseason IL Women’s High School Team Watch list. She was a two-time U.S. Lacrosse All American and three-time All Central League honoree. Scottie was named Epoch/US Lacrosse High School Player of Week during her senior season. Scottie is a proud Phantastix alumna, who loves to coach because she wants to make sure the coming younger athletes have the same amazing experience she had!
Maggie is a current defender and rising junior at Franklin and Marshall College. During the 2018 season, Maggie earned All-Centennial First Team as well as All-Metro Region First Team after starting all games as a sophomore. Maggie led the team in caused turnovers with 24 and was second on the team in ground balls with 36. Maggie helped the Diplomats make it to a Centennial Conference Championship appearance and to the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament. During the 2017 season, Maggie received the team's "Rookie of the Year" award. After starting every game her freshman season, Maggie helped the Diplomats win the Centennial Conference Championship while making it to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA tournament. Prior to F&M, Maggie graduated from Conestoga High School where she played lacrosse for four years. As a captain her senior year, Maggie led her team to the school’s first-ever PIAA State Championship. Maggie also helped her team win the Central League in both 2015 and 2016. She was honored as 2nd team All-Mainline in 2016 season and was the recipient of the school's Jamie O'Brien Kindem Award her senior year. Maggie is a proud Phantastix alumna.
Madison Hurwitz is a 2013 graduate of Bucknell University where she was a leading attacker for the Bisons. Madison was a two-time captain, and graduated in the top echelon of all-time scorers in the program. At Bucknell, Madison majored in Psychology and Education. Immediately following graduation, Madison began graduate school at Rider University where she spent two years as the Head Coach of the Women’s Club Lacrosse Team. Madison’s third year at Rider was spent interning as a School Psychologist in Council Rock School District and being an Assistant Varsity Coach at CR South. Madison graduated with an Education Specialist Degree (Ed.S.) in School Psychology and is currently a School Psychologist at Pennsbury High School and the Head Lacrosse Coach at Council Rock South, her alma mater. As a Golden Hawk, Madison exceled on both the field hockey and lacrosse field. She scored 306 goals and tallied 104 assists. Madison, along with her sister Taylor (goalie), played club lacrosse for the Phantastix.
Emmie Kiely is a sophomore defender at Brown University. She is a 2017 graduate of The Agnes Irwin School where she played on the Varsity lacrosse team for five years. During Emmie’s tenure, she helped lead AIS to three Inter-AC Championship titles and won two state championships. Emmie is a proud Phantastix alumna.
Lexi Kucia is a rising redshirt sophomore at La Salle University. She is a defensive midfielder who also specializes in the draw. She was featured in US Lacrosse Magazine in January 2018 about her comeback to lacrosse after a terrible car accident. Prior to La Salle, Lexi played lacrosse and basketball for Archbishop Carroll . She was a three year starter on defense and captain her senior year. She helped the Patriots win 3 Catholic League Championships and 3 District 12 Titles during her tenure. Lexi's sister, Katie, plays lacrosse at Cabrini and her younger sister Kristy is verbally committed to High Point University. Lexi is a Phantastix alumna.
Jess Brophy Lake
Jess is a 2009 graduate of James Madison University, where she was a four-year starter on defense for the Dukes. Brophy was voted captain both her junior and senior year. She was a three-year team leader in ground balls and caused turnovers. Jess was the recipient of the team’s “Purple Pride award” as a junior and the “Madison Award” as a senior. She was a three-time CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award winner and JMU Athletic Director Scholar Athlete. She was also a member of the Conference (CAA) All Rookie team as a freshman. Before JMU, Jess was a soccer and lacrosse standout at Archbishop Carroll. She was Main Line Player of the Year and Philadelphia Catholic league MVP in 2005. She was also a US Lacrosse All-American honorable mention and named All-Southeastern Pennsylvania as a senior. She was a multiple time All Conference, All-Delco, and All Main Line honoree in both lacrosse and soccer. Jess returned to coach at her alma mater, Archbishop Carroll, where she has spent the past six seasons. Jess assisted Coach Lorraine Beers as the Patriots won the PIAA 3A State Championship. Jess is passionate about the sport of lacrosse and loves to share her enthusiasm and competitive spirit with the girls. She loves coaching Phantastix because it allows her to help young athletes improve their game and reach their goals just as she was able to do when she wore a Phantastix uniform.