Ali Boisjolie is working on completing her BS in History Education at Kennesaw State University. She plans to be a high school history teacher as well as a HS lacrosse coach. Ali plays on the KSU Club Lacrosse team in the SWLL conference. She received All SWLL and finished this season as the leader in assists for women’s club lacrosse nationally. Ali has played lacrosse since fourth grade and graduated from Lambert High School in 2017.
Brandon Allen - Director- Georgia Outlaws
Brandon is a native of South Florida and came to the area in 2000. He’s been coaching high school girls lacrosse since 2003 and is the current head coach for Alpharetta High School. He started the Georgia Outlaws Summer Club in 2011. He was named US Lacrosse Georgia Chapter Lacrosse Administrator of the year in 2013 and named Georgia High School Lacrosse Coach of the Year in 2018. He’s looking forward to working with the girls and helping to develop their skills this summer.
Elle Race is the Community Coach for the Chattahoochee Girl’s Varsity Lacrosse Team. Coach Race has coached youth, middle school and club lacrosse for 9 years. She was a 2 time Division I All-American field hockey player at Penn State. She also played on the US National Field Hockey Team for 8 years earning a bronze medal in the 1994 World Cup and silver in the 1995 and 1999 Pan American Games. She also coached youth, high school and Division I college field hockey, including 3 years as an assistant coach at Penn State.
I am from Lawrenceville, GA where I attended Collins Hill High School. I started playing lacrosse in the Gwinnett Lacrosse League in its inaugural season, which was my 6th grade year. I am an attacker, I then played 4 years of varsity at Collins Hill and played many years of club for various teams during the years in between. I also reffed from my freshman year and still currently do. I am currently a member of the division one women's lacrosse team at Kennesaw State where I am a rising senior. I have played lacrosse for 10 years. I played midfield at the start of my career and switched over to attack in high school and college. This will be my fourth year coaching for Outlaws. I have also coached Sequoyah High School in the fall for the last two years.
I just graduated from the University of Charleston with a degree in communications. I played for 4 years under Coach Allen at Northview HS before playing in college. I am also a former Outlaw myself. I can’t wait to work with the Outlaws this summer and I’m looking forward to teaching your daughters the skills to succeed and to develop a life long love of the game
Hi I’m Grayson! I played lacrosse at Alpharetta High School for four years and I have just finished my first year at the University of Georgia. Go Dawgs!! I am majoring in Early Childhood Education with the hopes of being a Teacher. I’m super excited to be assisting the Outlaws this summer. I look forward to meeting each of you and building your lacrosse skills!
Heather has played Lacrosse since her early days in high school. She has coached the Jr. Knights for the last 2 years. Her goal is to assist our young club members in developing their LAX skills to reach their full potential.
While growing up in Bel Air, Maryland, I played a variety of sports including soccer, basketball, softball, and tennis. In my freshman year at Bel Air High School, I decided to “try” lacrosse. I was immediately hooked once I could catch and throw, which took practice and perseverance. I made the High School Varsity Lacrosse Team as a freshman, and ended up having the most goals and assists in our county and a leader in the state of Maryland. While I was asked to play on a few college lacrosse teams, my heart was set on the University of Richmond where I played Division I Women’s Lacrosse. During this time, I was recognized as having the record for the most assists, and was selected to play on one of the U.S. Women’s Lacrosse Teams.
I have been coaching lacrosse for several years with the Junior Knights Girls Lacrosse Program and the last 2 years with Outlaws. I am looking forward to working with the Outlaws Pink 2022s this summer so they can take it to the next level individually and as a team. Everything is an opportunity to be better.
Izzy is in her 3rd year with the Outlaws and coaches for the Sequoyah HS Chiefs Lacrosse. Coach Bertolani is a current Lacrosse player for Kennesaw State University's D1 program, where she plays Midfield. As a 4-year Varsity starter at Johns Creek High School, in Johns Creek, GA, she has played every position. She played for the Georgia National Tournament team in 2014 and 2015. In 2015, she was invited to play for Team USA. Throughout all 4 years of travel programs, she has played all across the United States. In addition, Coach Bertaloni has an abundant amount of coaching experience. For three years, she worked with the Johns Creek Feeder program as a Head Coach and an Assistant Coach, and she has run many of her own clinics.
Jessie Kallish just completed her BS in Exercise, Sport, and Health Education with a concentration of Allied Health Science and a minor in Psychology this May from Radford University in Radford, Virginia and plans to be a Physical Therapist in the future. In addition to being a Dean’s list student, Jessie played on the inaugural women’s lacrosse team in the Big South conference. Jessie has played lacrosse since sixth grade and graduated from Northview High school in 2015.
Jim Boisjolie has been an assistant coach at Lambert High School since the 2013-14 school year. Previously he has coached at the youth and middle school select levels. Additionally Jim coached club teams from 2012-2016 winning tournaments both locally and regionally.
I just finished my freshman year at Georgia College and State University. I am a nursing major and I had the pleasure of playing for Brandon Allen for 2 years. I played for a total of 4 years and I love the sport. I went to Alpharetta High School and played softball, lacrosse, basketball, and golf. I enjoy teaching the game and look forward to coaching this summer!
I played lacrosse for 4 years at Collins Hill High school, where I received All-County awards each year of high school. My senior year, I received a Girls' Leadership Award for Gwinnett County, and graduated with honors. Currently, I attend Temple University, where I am majoring in Communications with intentions to minor in Spanish and Economics, and I play defense for the Women's Lacrosse team. This is my first year coaching with the Outlaws, and I am very excited for the upcoming season!
Coach McDonald is from Patchogue NY on the middle of Long Island and never touched a lacrosse stick until he moved to Georgia. Kevin has worked for the Alpharetta Recreation and Parks Department since 1994. He started the first youth lacrosse program in North Fulton in 2001 and the Department won the Innovative Program Award from the Georgia Recreation and Parks Association that year. Kevin started officiating girls lacrosse in the Spring of 2014 and started coaching that season as well in the West Forsyth program. He has coached and officiated all levels of roller and ice hockey in Georgia and was the first HS coach for the Northview HS roller hockey team, 2003-2004. Kevin is currently coaching the Alpharetta's Sr Select lacrosse team.
Maddie “Dewy” Dewling is a graduate of Northview High school Class of 2010, where she was a 4 year starter on the Women’s varsity Lacrosse team. While at Northview She earned various awards including: All State Honorable Mention 2007, Coaches Award (2009), First Team All-State (2010), and was a member of Women’s Division National Tournament Team Southeast/Team Georgia (2008 & 2009). Maddie also was the 2010 recipient of the Andrew J. Oswald Memorial Scholarship for promoting the sport of lacrosse among the youth in the community, being a well-rounded student athlete, and being a positive role model for the youth in the community. Maddie went on to play NCAA Division II lacrosse at Notre Dame College (OH) where she earned her BS in biology and was a four year starter setting multiple records including: 2nd All time in career points in school history (203), 2nd leading goal scorer in school history (157), and 2nd in points in a season (70) along with being named to the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Second all conference team (2013). . In 2016 Maddie moved to Towson, MD to pursue her Bachelors of Science in Nursing at Notre Dame of Maryland University. While at NDMU Maddie was a volunteer coach for their DIII Women’s Lacrosse team. After graduating nursing school in 2018, Maddie moved back to Atlanta where she currently is a Nurse at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in the Emergency Department. Maddie has coached club lacrosse since 2010 and has been with the Outlaws the past 3 summers.
Maddie Hagan is a recent graduate from The University of Mississippi where she majored in social studies education. Maddie played lacrosse at Chattahoochee High School and was a former Outlaw herself. Maddie is super excited to help coach this summer.
I grew up in Syracuse, NY and played multiple sports in High School where I learned from some great coaches including Hall of Famer Mike Messere. I am firm believer that success in games comes from a team having great practices with maximum effort. Mike has been coaching girls lacrosse for 6 years. He has been with the Johns Creek Jr Gladiators for the past 4 years, taking over as head coach for the program 3 years ago. Level 2 certified through US Lacrosse, Coach Mike is constantly trying to learn new ways to help each girl improve and get the most of their abilities in a positive environment to learn and excel in.
I grew up a Navy brat and finally got a reprieve from moves when I moved from Anacortes, Washington to Tallahassee to go to FSU. There I met my soon to be husband, Bart, that was playing club lacrosse for the Noles. Fast forward twenty years, his Naval career as a pilot, many more moves, varying jobs as a nomadic Navy Wife, three fierce daughters, and we are finally in what we hope to be our “Forever Home” - because if I have to move again it will be in a pine box. When we first moved to Forsyth County, I was astonished and thoroughly excited to announce that there was actually lacrosse here! Our oldest daughter was immediately enrolled. It has been a learning curve for me in that I played tennis and basketball, the latter of which I thought would translate...maybe a little? Bart and I love strategizing practice plans and game plans. We’re in love with the sport and love watching and learning with not only our own three girls, but all “our” girls that we’ve coached at NOFOLAX. We look forward to extending our lacrosse family and learning with the Outlaw program.
Rae started playing lacrosse her sophomore year at Northview High School. She made the transition to lacrosse from 15+ years of highly competitive soccer. Rae played varsity all 3 years under coaches Brandon & Karen Allen, ending her high school career with a D1 offer from Jacksonville University. She decided on Georgia Southern University, to focus on a career path in the medical field, and played club lacrosse all 4 years. She graduated with a BS in Public Relations, and works GE Healthcare. Rae has been with the club since summer of 2016.
My name is Sarah Serbinski and I am so excited to be coaching with the Outlaws again this summer. I have coached lacrosse for four years and have had the opportunity to work with several programs in Gwinnett County including Archer where I have just completed my second season as the U11 and Seniors head coach. I look forward to another wonderful summer with my Outlaws Family.
Sophia Bowers is a Senior at Kennesaw State University completing her BS in Sport Management, with a minor in Applied Statistics and Data Analysis. Sophia played on Kennesaw State’s Women’s Club Lacrosse team for four successful years and this past season was All-SWLL and ranked first in total points nationally. Sophia graduated from Pope High School in 2015. She has also been playing lacrosse since she was 11 and coaching all levels of lacrosse since her freshman year of high school.
Hi! My name is Sophie Rabinovitch! I’ve played lacrosse since I was very young and I played at Alpharetta on the varsity squad for four years and loved every minute of it. I was a team captain, offensive MVP, midfield MVP and named to the DiVarsity All-Star team in 2018. I played as an Outlaw from elementary school through high school. I’m a sophomore in college at FSU, Go noles!! I’m so excited for the summer and can’t wait to coach!
Todd Moran has been involved in youth coaching for 25 years, from boys high school and middle school basketball in his twenties, to softball, girls basketball and most recently girls Lacrosse for the last 5 years. He is a U.S. Lacrosse certified coach and has coached Spring Jr. Select, Fall and Summer teams for West Forsyth. He began coaching when his daughters first started playing U9 Lacrosse for West and has been both a head and assistant coach for their teams.
Todd and his wife Jennifer have twin 7th grade girls at Liberty Middle School and reside in Cumming. Ashley joined the Outlaw program last summer and both her and Todd were part of the tournament winning Pumpkin Smash team in the Fall . Todd is a partner in a small IT firm located in Cumming GA, but his real passion is in serving and spending time with our next generation. He and his family are very active members at Browns Bridge Church and Todd is a small group leader for high school level boys, while his wife and daughters also serve pre K level girls and boys.
Tori is a Senior at KSU studying Sports Management. She has played Goalie for 8 years and received the SWLL goalie of the year ‘18 &’19. Currently she is the Vice President Of KSU Club Lacrosse team.