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Dana Drever (Cav 2027) - The Cavalier Girls program is co-led by Dana Drever. Dana has been involved with the game of lacrosse for over 20 years. She played lacrosse at the high school level, college level and for the USWLA National Midwest Team. She received many honors including all-district, all-region, all-state and MVP. Dana was the head coach for the Stone Bridge High School Girls’ Varsity team from its inception through 2007. During that time she led the team to two undefeated seasons, two district championships and was named coach of the year two years in a row. She has coached numerous indoor winter league teams and ran a summer lacrosse camp for high school players. Dana has also worked with the Dominion High School team during their off-season.  Dana currently is the head coach at Independence High School.

Kristen Freudiger (Cav 2023/2024 Blue) - The Cavalier Girls program is co-led by Kristen Freudiger. Kristen grew up in Canada where she played boys box lacrosse as a goalie. She went on to Limestone college in Gaffney, SC. Kristen is a 2005 & 2006 1st team All-American and 2005 NCAA Defensive Player of The Year. While at Limestone, her Saints squad went to the NCAA tournament in 2005 and 2006. She was team Captain multiple times. She then went on to play for Team Canada and was later the head coach at South Lakes High School.  Kristen currently is the assistant coach at Independence High School.  

Natalie Drever (Cav 2022) -  Natalie Drever has played and coached lacrosse for over 15 years. She was a four year varsity letter winner at Dominion High School where she received multiple awards and served as team captain, while also volunteer coaching for Algonkian Tribe. During high school she was also a member of the Cardinal 2013 Red Team which was nationally ranked as 45th best in the USA. She went on to play Division I Varsity Lacrosse, and later became the Founder, President, and 2015 MVP of the Women's Club Lacrosse Team at Mount St. Mary's University. At the Mount she pursued her B.S. in Business and Management. During college, Natalie started coaching club lacrosse for the Cardinal 2019 Red Team and transitioned to Cavalier Lacrosse coaching clinics and winter league, and is a Head Coach for the Cavs 2022 Team. In Spring 2017, Natalie served on the Varsity Girls Lacrosse Program for Heritage HS. In Spring 2018, she served as the Varsity Head Coach at Herndon HS where she led the team to break seven school records, which positioned them to make their first ever appearances in the District, Regional, and State Tournaments. Here she was recognized by her peers and named All-Region Coach of the Year. Starting Spring 2019 to the present, Natalie serves on the Varsity Girls Lacrosse Program for Langley HS. Here, the team made school history where Natalie helped lead Langley to sweep their 6A Conference, District, Region, and State Tournaments - which is Langley's first ever State Championship Title! She is excited to kick off the season and help her players grow and develop through the lacrosse world!   

Caroline Bean (Cav 2021/2022)Caroline Bean has been playing lacrosse for 11 years. She previously played on the blue team for the Stars Lacrosse Club, and the blue team for the Capital Lacrosse Club. Starting her freshman year, Caroline has been a key player for the Langley High School Girls' Varsity Lacrosse Team. At Langley, Caroline was named 1st Team All-District, 1st Team All-Region, and 1st Team All State in 2018 and 2019. She was also named All-District Player, All-Regional Player, and All-State Player of the Year in 2019; making school history by helping to lead the team to sweep their conference, district, region, and state tournaments - all the way to winning their first ever State Championship Title. She is now committed to play Division 1 Women's Varsity Lacrosse at the University of Michigan. As a way to give back to the lacrosse community, Caroline enjoys working with youth players through Great Falls Lacrosse Association, and is excited to join the Cavalier Family as an Assistant Coach for the 2021-22 Girl's Lacrosse Team! 

Devin Stubbs (Cav 2021/2022) Devin Stubbs took an interest to lacrosse from watching her sister play at Dominion High School. She began playing youth league in 5th grade for the Ashburn Bandits and hasn’t stopped since. Stubbs went on to join the Ashburn Warriors travel team in the 6th grade upon its creation. She was starting goalie for both her travel team and youth league, both being located in Ashburn. Stubbs was trained by Harry Alford, a former MLL player and goalie at University of Maryland. Stubbs went on to play at Dominion High School on the varsity women’s lacrosse team for 3 years as starting goalie. She served as captain her senior year. Stubbs currently attends Radford University, she is pursuing her B.S. in Media Studies Journalism. She will graduate in May 2019 and move on to a graduate program in Sports Management. Coach Stubbs is excited for the season and to be fully emerged in lacrosse once again! Let’s go Cavs!

Mark O'Brien (Cav 2023/2024 Orange) Mark grew up in Springfield, VA, and attended West Springfield High School where he was a multi-year all-district/all-region lacrosse player and was named to the 1992 All-American team his senior year.  Mark was one of the first public high school players out of Northern Virginia to ever play on scholarship at a top tier Division I program, Loyola College (Baltimore, MD) (now Loyola University), where he was a first-line midfielder for the Greyhounds his junior and senior year.  Mark played in the NCAA Division I tournament all four years at Loyola where his team narrowly missed the final four his sophomore year when the Greyhounds lost to Brown University in OT. Mark received All-American honors his senior year at Loyola, tallying 25 goals that year against some of the toughest programs in the country.   Since graduating from college, Mark has been an active member of the lacrosse community, where he has coached both girls and boys lacrosse for many years.    Mark just completed (spring 2018) his fourth season coaching girls lacrosse with the Ashburn Bandits. 

Aly Lehman (Cav 2027)  Aly Lehman is a native of the Northern Virginia area and was a multi-sport varsity athlete at Langley High School in McLean. After attending the University of Richmond, she started the varsity field hockey and lacrosse programs at Patrick Henry High School in Ashland, Virginia. She also is a former elementary school teacher. Now she is a mom of 3 lacrosse players and loves being on a field with kids! She also coaches lacrosse and field hockey for CYA. 

Hilary Murray (Cav 2025) - Hilary’s love for the game started at an early age playing pick up with her large, lacrosse-loving family in Charlottesville, VA. She spent many summers as a kid playing summer league for Seminole Lacrosse. She went on to play attack at Albemarle High School and midfield and attack for the George Mason University club team where she also served as Captain her senior year. Prior to moving to Northern VA, Hilary spent three years as a lacrosse coach at Brownsville Elementary School in Crozet, VA. 

Sydney Knego (Cavs 28/29) - Sydney started playing lacrosse in the 5th grade and joined Algonkian Tribe.  Sydney played with Tribe until HS, attending Potomac Falls.  In 2011, Sydney's Tribe team won the Northern Virginia Club Championship.  During her 4 years at Potomac Falls, Sydney was a Four-Time All-Conference/All-Region and All-State Offensive Player of the Year her junior year.  Senior year, Sydney's team won the 2016 VHSL Group 5A Girls' Lacrosse Championship.  Sydney was named Conference Player of the Year, Region Player of the Year, All-State Player of the Year and all time leading scorer for career and year at Potomac Falls.  After being recruited to play DII lacrosse as a midfielder at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), Sydney's team won 3 National Championships. During her 4 years at SCAD, she was Four-Time First Team All Conference, the 2017 & 2018 NAIA Invitational National Tournament MVP, 2018 & 2019 Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Three-Time NAIA All- American, 2019 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete, school record holder for 134 draw controls in a single season and 9 goals in a single game.  Sydney was named co-captain her senior year and broke the record for draw controls in a single game (19).