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Coach Greg Courter

Founder & Head Coach

Greg Courter has been coaching girls' lacrosse for nearly 20 years. He has a school career record of 258-36-2. He has also led 8 school teams to State Championships (5 in California, 2 in Colorado, and 1 in Michigan) and coached 19 High School All-Americans, as well as 4 Under Armour Senior All-Americans. 6 of his teams have finished the season ranked in the National Top 25 polls of either LaxPower.com or Lacrosse Magazine.

 

His talks at the US Lacrosse Convention have included "The Art of Peaking: How to Get Your Team to Play its Best When it Counts the Most" and "Creative Games and Scrimmage Ideas". He has a B.A. in Political Science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.Ed. in the Social Foundations of Education from the University of Virginia. He splits his time between Hamtramck, Michigan, Taos, New Mexico, and an organic farm in the Costa Rican rainforest.

Coach Isabelle Scane

Assistant Coach

Isabelle "Izzy" Scane is one of the finest lacrosse players in the history of Michigan high school lacrosse. A native of Clarkston, Isabelle played 4 years of varsity lacrosse at Cranbrook Kingswood in Bloomfield Hills. In addition to leading Cranbrook to its first ever MHSAA Division 2 State Final appearance as a freshman (and again as a sophomore), Isabelle finally helped Cranbrook win its first MHSAA State Championship in 2017 and again in 2018. She finished her high school career with 360 goals and 93 assists.

 

As a freshman at powerhouse Northwestern University, Isabelle made an immediate impact on her team's offense. On her way to grabbing 2nd Team All-American honors (the only freshman to make ANY of the 3 All-American teams), Isabelle was named a record-breaking Big 10 Freshman of the Week SEVEN times. It's no surprise that she was named the Big 10 Freshman of the Year. Isabelle was a major reason Northwestern made it all the way to the NCAA semi-finals (where she posted 5 goals against eventual National Champion Maryland). She finished her freshman campaign with 62 goals and 18 assists.

 

The next chapter in Isabelle's storied career saw her competing for the US at the World U19 Women's Lacrosse Championships in Peterborough, Canada in August, 2019. Once again, Isabelle was a dominant force on a dominant team. The US swept the competition on their way to a Gold Medal win over Canada. Isabelle was named the Player of the Match in the Gold Medal game in addition to being named to the All-World team. 

 

Monarch is truly fortunate to have Isabelle as a coach!

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