2005-06 Virginia Women's Lacrosse Roster
Head Coach: Julie Myers (Virginia '90)
No. Player Name Position Year Hometown - High School 1 Tyler Leachman A 4th Bethedsa, Md. - Holton Arms 2 Blair Weymouth A 1st Holderness, N.H. - Holderness School 3 Kaitlin Swagart A 3rd Washington, D.C. - National Cathedral School 4 Kendall McBrearty GK 2nd Alexandria, Va. - St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 5 Sara Hairfield GK 1st Richmond, Va. - Collegiate 6 Jess Wasilewski M 3rd Paoli, Pa. - Conestoga 7 Jordan Elway A 1st Englewood, Colo. - Cherry Creek 8 Jen Holden D 1st Alexandria, Va. - St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 9 Whitaker Hagerman A 1st N. Andover, Mass. - Brooks School 10 Chelsea Metz D 4th Berwyn, Pa. - Conestoga 11 Alice Hughey D 2nd Cockeysville, Md. - Dulaney 12 Julie Hauser M 4th Alexandria, Va. - St. Stephen's/St. Agnes 13 Katie Shannon M 1st Downingtown, Pa. - Downingtown West 14 Kim Connors M 4th St. David's, Pa. - Radnor 15 Megan Havrilla A 3rd Devon, Pa. - Conestoga 17 Ashley McCulloch A 1st Annandale, Va. - W. T. Woodson 20 Kate Breslin A 3rd Manhasset, N.Y. - Manhasset 22 Claire Bordley M 2nd Vienna, Va. - Holton Arms 23 Jessy Morgan D 3rd Baltimore, Md. - McDonogh School 24 Catherine Chambers D 1st Centennial, Colo. - Cherry Creek 25 Sarah Hackman D 1st Baltimore, Md. - Notre Dame Prep 26 Meredith Lazarus M 4th Stuart, Fla. - St. Edward's 28 Megan O'Malley A 2nd Moorestown, N.J. - Moorestown 30 Ginger Miles GK 4th Hyattsville, Md. - Eleanor Roosevelt 32 Nikki Lieb M 4th Villanova, Pa. - Radnor
Asst. Coaches: Colleen Shearer (Rowan '95), Heather Dow (Virginia '82), Kelly Taffe (Washington & Lee '05)
Media Relations: Chip Rogers (Virginia '90)
Athletic Training:Blair Putnam (Virginia '02)
Head Coach: Julie Myers (Virginia '90)
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