The Boys Lacrosse program includes a Middle School team, Junior Varsity team, and a Varsity team. The program is under the direction of Coach Glenn Carter, who spent 18 successful years as a collegiate head coach in Philadelphia and Richmond. Lacrosse teams practice at the Knight Campus, where state of the art facilities include a lacrosse wall and a box lacrosse facility. The teams play games on Pajcic-Hunt Field.
The Girls Lacrosse program includes a Middle School, Junior Varsity, and Varsity team. The Girls' Lacrosse program is one of the fastest growing programs at Episcopal. It is led by Coach Krista Grabher, former Division I Florida Gator lacrosse player. Lacrosse teams practice at the Knight Campus, where state of the art facilities include a lacrosse wall and a box lacrosse facility. Their games are played on Pajcic-Hunt Field.
About the Coaches
Lacrosse Program Director and Head Coach Glenn Carter has more than two decades of coaching experience. In 2015 he led the lacrosse team to a district championship and a district runner up finish the following two years. Coach Carter attended Neumann University in Pennsylvania where he played lacrosse and football. During his time on the Neumann lacrosse team, Coach Carter was a two-time first team all-conference team member and the recipient of the Neumann Knight Award, given to the school’s top student athlete. Coach Carter went on to be the assistant coach at Neumann University, the head coach at the University of Richmond, the head coach at Ursinus College and the assistant coach for the Philadelphia Barrage. As a coach with the Barrage, he helped lead the team to three world championships. Coach Carter is also a founding member of the Florida State Lacrosse Coaches Association (FSCLA) and the North Florida Lacrosse Coaches Association (NFLCA).
Krista Grabher was a head varsity coach for St. Edward’s School in Vero Beach prior to joining ESJ. As a player, Coach Grabher was a four-year varsity letter winner for the University of Florida women’s lacrosse team. She served as a team captain for the Gators and earned conference academic honor roll all four years.