Jenna Ries is Founder of Champions of Tomorrow and Champions Field House. Currently the Head Varsity Lacrosse and Field Hockey coach at The Academy of the Holy Cross in Kensington, MD. Ries was recently named All-Met Girls’ Lacrosse Coach of the Year, 2012. Ries is the first person to be named to the Washington Post All-Met team as both a player and a coach. Former Varsity Field Hockey and Lacrosse coach at Quince Orchard High School, Ries lead her teams to 12 division titles, eight Regional Championships and two state titles. She was named All-Met Coach of the Year in 2001 and was an All-County Coach’s Selection for the 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, and 2006 seasons. Played Field Hockey for the University of Maryland.
Corey previously coached for the Middle School Stars Club in Alexandria VA. Coached at BCC High School in 2009 and now coaches at The Academy of the Holy Cross in Kensington Md. Corey now coaches the 2012 Stars team and will continue with the team and the club in 2011. Played for the University of Notre Dame Lacrosse 2002-2004. Played attack for the Irish and started as a freshman. Four-year letter-winner in field hockey and lacrosse at Georgetown Visitation (three years) and lacrosse powerhouse St. Stephen's & St. Agnes High School (senior year). Selected first team all-met in field hockey (2001) and all-Conference four times in field hockey throughout high school. Helped St. Stephen's & St. Agnes to an undefeated season and conference championship in field hockey & lacrosse. Selected All-City and All-State in field hockey and lacrosse as a senior. Two-time U.S. Lacrosse Association high school All-American (2001, 2002). Winner of the "Saint Award" in both field hockey and lacrosse her senior year. Played for team Mid-Atlantic/South Team 1 all four years in high school and won 3 national tournament trophies.
Former midfielder for Longwood University Womens’ Lacrosse team. A four-year member of the lacrosse and field hockey teams at Quince Orchard High School... Named to the All-County Second Team her junior season ... Helped the Quince Orchard field hockey team to a Maryland 4a State Championship in 2006... Guided the lacrosse team to four consecutive regional appearances. She is head coach for the Jackals 3/4 team.
Alison Weeda joins the Little Jackals team this fall. Alison began her lacrosse career playing in 7th and 8th grade in a boys clinic due to the fact that there was no girls program at that time in her hometown. She played at Montclair High School in New Jersey from 1988-1992 as a starting defender. She went on to play Division 1 club from 1992-1996 at Fairfield University in Connecticut while studying Nursing, and graduated with a BSN and minor in Biology. Alison started coaching youth lacrosse in 2010 and is the head coach for the 5/6 Jackals Classic team.
Coach Holliday-Mohr is entering her 2nd year as Varsity Lacrosse Coach at Quince Orchard HS. Her previous coaching experience includes assistant/goalie coach at Bishop O’Connell High School, head coach at Great Falls Lacrosse Club, coach for Rockville Girls Lacrosse Club and private goalie lessons for 4 years. She graduated from Quince Orchard High School in 2004.While attending QO she played varsity soccer (2000-2004) as a mid-fielder and varsity lacrosse (2001-2004) as a goalie. She played on the 2002 State Championship soccer team and was captain her senior year. While playing lacrosse at Quince Orchard, she was the starting goalie and received multiple awards. She was also captain her junior & senior year. Coach Holliday-Mohr played for four years on Longwood University’s division I lacrosse team.