The Wilbraham & Monson Academy Girls’ Lacrosse program inspires young women to become better athletes and better people by teaching valuable life skills, such as mental toughness, confidence, discipline and teamwork. Our focus is to build athletes who give 100 percent effort, have a coachable spirit and a mindset that embraces challenges. Coach Robinson, a girls’ lacrosse coach for 15 years, empowers her athletes to be committed to improving themselves, their teammates and the game of lacrosse.
The WMA Lacrosse program encourages girls to enjoy the challenge of competing, to strive for excellence in everything they do and work hard every day to be a great teammate on and off the field.
Coach Robinson, a former field hockey and lacrosse player at Hartwick College, is the Middle School health teacher at WMA. She has coached in various local programs, including Wilbraham, The MacDuffie School and Longmeadow.