Program Director, Coach
Coach Ed is a Long Island native with over 18 years of lacrosse experience. He was recruited to play defense at D III national powerhouse SUNY Cortland where he graduated in 2008. He has trained 20+ All State/Lower state players in his 4 years at Magnet HS and has been with Team Coastal since its start in 2013.
Sarah is from Maryland where she grew up playing club and high school lacrosse. After high school, Sarah went on to play Division I at Penn State University where she went to two Final Fours and won the first Big Ten Championship. After college, Sarah moved to Chicago where she coached Club and High School lacrosse for three years. She is excited to continue to coach and grow the game of lacrosse here in Charleston!
Coach Sam Bos grew up playing lacrosse in Virginia and was recruited to play D1 for The College of William and Mary! She then moved to Charleston and has been seeking every coaching opportunity possible.
Coach Sam currently coaches Wando Varsity.
Ashley McCulloch grew up in Northern Virginia and attended the University of Virginia, where she was a two-time All-American Attacker. She has been involved with coaching ever since graduating and was recently inducted into the US Lacrosse Potomac Chapter Hall of Fame. She is excited to grow the game of lacrosse in Charleston!
Cami played Division 1 Lacrosse at Loyola from 2013-2017. She was selected First Team All League Team in 2017 and was also voted Loyola's Team MVP. After completing her collegiate career, Cami was selected to play for the Baltimore Ride in the UWLX Pro League. She brings a ton of knowledge to our staff and is ready to work with our athletes.
Kelsey Barnes is a 2014 graduate of Endicott College in Beverly, M.A. Barnes played all 4 years, 77 games, and earned tons of accolades including All-CCC First Team and CCC Defensive Player of the Year. Barnes also helped the Gulls to four CCC Championships and made program history with an appearance in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in 2014. After college, Barnes started coaching for recreation, various club teams, and Endicott College.
Coach Harrison first picked up a stick at Villanova University where he fell in love with the sport. He began coaching Mt. Pleasant recreation in 2013 in the boys game and eventually moved over to the girls in 2016 where he enjoys growing the game and motivating young athletes.