The Westlake girls lacrosse program, coming off its second consecutive US Lacrosse Postseason Invitational tournament championship, introduced Lyndsey Munoz as its new head coach. Munoz replaces Kennon Broadhurst, who coached the Warriors the last two seasons.
Last year, Westlake finished with an 8-9 record, including five wins in their last seven games and victories over Culver City and Peninsula to claim the Invitational title.
The Warriors provided this introduction:
Lyndsey Munoz is a 2014 graduate of Stanford University, where she played goalie on the varsity women’s lacrosse team. With Stanford, she earned honors of 2011 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) tournament MVP, 2012 Tewaaraton Watchlist, 2013 MPSF All-Tournament team and 2014 MPSF All-Academic Team.
Since graduating high school in 2010, Lyndsey has worked with recreation and club programs in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and California. Lyndsey currently coaches for the Santa Monica Dragons and Fire Lacrosse Club and runs lmlaxtraining.com, a website dedicated to providing goalie training tips to players and coaches.
After graduating from Stanford, Lyndsey served for two years as program director for the Washington Inner City Lacrosse Foundation (WINNERS Lacrosse), a nonprofit running the only youth lacrosse leagues in Washington, D.C.
She is a 2010 Graduate of St. Mary’s High School in Annapolis, Md., earning accolades of All-American, Academic All-American and Under Armour All-American, First Team All-Metro Washington Post and Baltimore Sun, member of the 2010 All-Tewaaraton Team and team MVP.