Girls Varsity Lacrosse

Girls Varsity Lacrosse

The Nobles lacrosse program has established itself as one of the premier teams within the Independent School League and throughout New England. The success is attributed to the program’s focus on team play. Coaches and players work daily on fundamental skills, strategy, and general understanding of the game to build a cohesive unit and continue the program’s reputation of excellence. However, what is most important to the coaches and the players are the lessons learned beyond the lacrosse field such as a determined work ethic, sportsmanship, and teamwork. The coaches hope that Nobles lacrosse players look back on their experiences and remember the strong relationships they built by working hard at something they love to achieve a common goal. Though the focus of our program is on team play first and foremost, we have many players who receive individual recognition for their outstanding performances each season. Over the last several years, we have had numerous All-League players, National All-Americans, and National Academic All-Americans. Additionally, Nobles helps prepare players to compete at the next level, as there are many Nobles Alumnae currently competing in top Division I and Division III programs.

Brooke Asnis

Head Coach At nobles since

As a student at Nobles, Brooke Asnis was a three sport varsity athlete, captaining the Nobles field hockey and lacrosse teams and earning All-American honors for lacrosse in her senior year. She went on to play lacrosse for Harvard, winning three consecutive Ivy League titles and advancing to the NCAA Final Four twice. Brooke received her bachelor’s degree in history (1994) and master’s degree in Education (1998) from Harvard. In addition to her coaching roles, Brooke serves as the director of admission and is an academic advisor.

Kara Tierney

Assistant Coach At nobles since

Kara Tierney returns to the team as the assistant coach. Kara received her BA from Amherst College where she played field hockey and learned how to play lacrosse. While a graduate assistant at Gettysburg College, Kara assisted on the field for both the field hockey and lacrosse teams. Kara was the Head Coach of field hockey and lacrosse at Franklin & Marshall (’96 – ’99). She was the regional coach of the year in ’98 after her team made it to the NCAA tournament. Kara was also the head coach of lacrosse and the assistant coach of field hockey at Trinity College (99 – ’06). She was the assistant coach of the varsity lacrosse team at Hanover High School, Hanover, NH (’07), where the team made it to the final game of the state championship. Kara currently lives with her family in Dedham, MA.