Boys Lacrosse Program

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. The Lacrosse Program practices on the River Field and Knight Field and plays games on Pajcic-Hunt Field.

Girls Lacrosse Program

The Girls Lacrosse Program includes a Junior Varsity team and a Varsity team. The Junior Varsity team is open to Middle School students as well. The Girls Lacrosse Program is led by Coach Krista Grabher. The Lacrosse Program practices on the River Field and Knight Field and plays games on Pajcic-Hunt Field.

About the Coaches

Glenn Carter is starting is nineteenth year of coaching and his fourth at Episcopal. He has been the program director and varsity head coach his entire time at ESJ. In 2015 he lead the lacrosse team to a district championship and a district runner up finish the next two years. Coach Carter attended Ursinus College in Pennsylvania where he was also the head coach as an alumnus. During his time there as an athlete, he was named as a two-time first team all-conference and the recipient of the Neumann Knight Award, which goes 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, and the assistant coach for the Philadelphia Barrage when they won three world championships.

Krista Grabher was a head varsity coach for St. Edwards School in Vero Beach prior to her 3 years serving as an assistant coach for 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.

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