AWA Elite Coaches

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Morgan McGhee

Morgan McGhee

Morgan McGhee

  

Morgan began playing lacrosse with Sprayberry High School Yellow Jackets and has dominated at the midfield position for 13 years. She played and lettered all 4 years at Sprayberry HS. Morgan was the Varsity Lacrosse Captain in 2016 and 2017. Morgan has earned awards including 2013 Sprayberry HS Most Valuable Player and 2013 MAYLA All Star Game Most Valuable Player. Morgan also received AAC Offensive Player of the Week, AAC Defensive Player of the Week, AAC First Team All-Conference and AAC All tournament Team. In 2019 Morgan made the NAIA All American Team while playing at Reinhardt University and earned Offensive Player of the Week numerous times. Throughout her lacrosse career Morgan has scored 129 goals, 109 assists, and 112 ground balls.  Morgan has coached Allatoona High School (Fall ball) and the West Cobb Middle School Select Team. Morgan also coaches at Relentless Sports Academy in Holly Springs where private lessons are offered. Morgan is very passionate about both playing and coaching lacrosse and her goal is to help young players develop their skills and knowledge of the game. Morgan likes to have fun no matter what how the game ends. 

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Morgan McGhee

Morgan McGhee

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Maddie McGhee

Morgan McGhee

Maddie McGhee

  

Maddie is a 10 year veteran of lacrosse and played varsity lacrosse among other sports at Sprayberry High School where she earned varsity letters in all 3 sports. Maddie is no stranger to travel/elite teams as she also played for the Hotlanta and Khaos travel teams. Maddie is currently a junior at Kennesaw State University where she plays attack for the Division 1 team while studying Sports Management. Maddie has coached Allatoona High School (Fall ball) as well as the Macintosh High School travel team. Her goal as a coach is to positively influence her players in the best possible way. The most important characteristics Maddie looks for in her players are commitment and the drive to better themselves as lacrosse players. “Be coachable and work hard!” –Maddie McGhee