Ryan has been an assistant coach at Sacred Heart in Greenwich for the past 3 years where they have gone 46-11. Ryan has been able to bring a different perspective to the girls game, which at the collegiate level is beginning to look a lot like boys lacrosse. His big push is to develop lacrosse IQ and create a team concept on both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball, to compete with some of the best teams in the country.  Currently the Sacred Heart girls team is ranked in the Top 40 teams in the country and in the past 3 years have developed athletes playing at or committed to play at Boston College, Penn, Cornell, Navy, Duke, UNC and Villanova.

Ryan is a product of the Yorktown lacrosse program, where in high school started two seasons in goal

managing a .663 save percentage. As a starter, Ryan helped the Huskers to back-to-back Section Championships and was named All-Section both years. Despite only starting for two years, Ryan still ranks # 7 in saves in Yorktown history with 437. Ryan was also a member of the 2003 State Championship team.

Ryan accepted a scholarship to play college lacrosse at Marist University where he was a mainstay in goal for the Red Foxes. He was a four-year starter and was a three-year captain while at Marist. During his senior year, Ryan ranked in the top 10 in the country in save percentage.

As a coach, Ryan has been actively involved with numerous programs. Prior to the Predators, he has spent

his summers coaching at the club level for the No Limit Ballers and the Yorktown Bombers. Ryan is also a coach for Greeley Youth Lacrosse and Bronxville Youth Lacrosse.


Heather graduated from Yorktown High School in 2012, where she played Lacrosse and Volleyball. She was an all section first team defender and draw specialist, as well as captain during her senior year. During her time at Yorktown, she was a member of the 2011 section championship team. In 2012, Heather was recognized as a member of the All Star First Team, as a defender for the huskers.

After high school, Heather went on to play at Springfield College where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. She was four year starter and a captain her senior year. Heather transitioned from defense to midfield for the pride, where was she was named All Conference first team sophomore through senior year. She was named Athlete of the Year in the NEWMAC Conference in 2015, as well as first team IWCLA Berkshire All Region. Heather was also a part of two NEWMAC Championship titles. She led the team her senior season to the sweet sixteen in the NCAA tournament in 2016 to make history for the program.

Most recently Heather attended Sacred Heart University, where she was brought on to be an assistant coach for the program, while earning her Masters Degree. During her time there she focused on the offensive side of the ball for the Pioneers, as well as working with the draw specialists and goalies.


Michelle Lian grew up in Yorktown, NY. She played Varsity Lacrosse for three years and Varsity Swimming for five years at Lakeland High School. She was a member of the Hudson Valley Empire State Team for lacrosse as a midfielder, and helped her team cinch section and regional titles throughout her high school career. She was a 3 time all section and state athlete in swimming as well.

After high school, Michelle went on to play club lacrosse for the greyhounds at Loyola in Baltimore, MD and coach intramural sports. She studied education, and became a Lacrosse and Field hockey coach at Scarsdale School District. She is currently coaching JV Field Hockey as well as modified 7th and 8th grade lacrosse. In 2017 Michelle began coaching the 2025 girls 3D travel program.

Michelle continues to build her love of the game through the post collegiate Central NYC women’s league. She remains active in the coaching community. Michelle currently works as an elementary school teacher in Scarsdale, and lives in NYC.


Pittsford High School:

  • 5 year varsity player
  • Four time all county selection
  • Two Time All-American
  • 5 sectional titles
  • 2 regional titles
  • 2 time team captain and MVP
  • 4 year varsity soccer and basketball, 2 time captain for each as well

Syracuse University:

  • Payed midfield freshman and sophomore year, offensive midfield junior and senior year
  • Three time ACC champion-2014,2015,2016
  • National championship runner-up 2014
  • Two time Final four semi-finalist- 2015,2016


Keri Morrison grew up in Yorktown Heights, NY. She has been playing lacrosse since third grade. She was a three-sport athlete for all four years of high school. Keri played on the varsity lacrosse team for three years as a defensive midfielder. As a captain in her senior year, Keri and the 2006 girl’s lacrosse team won the Class A New York State Championship.

Keri went on to play defense at Manhattan College (2006-2010). She received AII-MAAC First Team, AII-MAAC Second team, and MAAC All-Tournament Team (2009) recognition at Manhattan. Keri received a BS in Education and MS in Special Education. Keri is currently a second grade teacher for the NYC DOE. She has been teaching for six years. Keri has been the assistant girl’s lacrosse coach at Rye High School for the last seven years.


Ally Mueller grew up in Pelham, NY and attended the Hackley School in Tarrytown. She was a three-sport varsity athlete and captain. Ally played defensive midfield in lacrosse and won 6 total state championships (3 in basketball, 2 in lacrosse, and 1 in cross country).

After high school, Ally went on to play at Northwestern University (2014-2018), where she helped the team to make the NCAA Tournament all four years and advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals twice. Ally was a four-year starting defender and received All-Big Ten First Team Honors her senior year, as well as All-Big Ten Tournament Team Honors twice (2016; 2017). She was also a three-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and received a BA in Political Science and Legal Studies with a minor in business. After wrapping up her collegiate lacrosse career in Evanston, IL, Ally is moving back to NY and is excited to continue to stay involved with the sport.


Caitlin grew up in Yorktown Heights, NY. She is a graduate of Lakeland High School where she played field hockey and lacrosse for 4 years. Within her high school career Caitlin helped lead her field hockey team to a NYS Championship title and a Lacrosse Section title. Caitlin was a 2 time all-state player in field hockey and was a part of the Empire state games for 3 years. As a midfielder and captain Caitlin was named All American for field hockey and lacrosse her senior year. She went on to play D-1 Field Hockey at University of Rhode Island where she graduated with an education degree.

Caitlin has been coaching lacrosse for the past 10 years. In that time she has coached youth through High School around the country in Rhode Island, California and New York. Caitlin has been the head varsity coach at Harrison High School for the past 4 years and a part of the Harrison Youth Lacrosse program.