The Missouri Baptist University women’s lacrosse team, under new leadership and with a new direction, is coming down the home stretch of its season, with a game today, Thursday, April 12, against Lindenwood University-Belleville, and Senior Day quickly approaching.
New head coach Lindsay Carlile comes to Missouri Baptist University from Westminster Christian Academy, bringing a successful coaching record with her, but more importantly, bringing Christian values to her new team.
Photo by Stacy Rohan
Coach Lindsay Carlile draws up a play on the whiteboard during a lacrosse game. Left to right are Terra Ringo, assistant coach, and players Melina Custer (17), Gracie Adams (2), Laura Ebers (21), Jessica Scalise (11), Ashley Avery (1) and Kimmi Mathews (8).
The MBU women’s lacrosse team took time to give a helping hand with Spensa, Special Needs Soccer Association, at Soccer Park on the morning of Oct. 1. The lacrosse team paired up with buddies and helped the kids in learning soccer drills, play a soccer game, be there for them and just have fun.
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