To create a high level High School Lacrosse program focused on supporting players’ excellence as students, athletes, and resilient young women.
Character, Integrity, Resilience
- We believe in education, and will promote a high academic standard, encouraging our players to strive for excellence in the classroom and on the field.
We believe that athletic competition is an ideal avenue to learn many “life lessons” that cannot be taught in a classroom and we take this responsibility to our athletes’ character development seriously.
We prioritize integrity and character over all else in our interactions, and will be positive role models for other students and members of the community at all times.
We treat ourselves, teammates, coaches, parents, opponents, officials, and school staff with empathy, dignity, and respect at all times.
We believe that there are Four Roles in any athletic contest: Player, Coach, Official, and Spectator. YOU can only be ONE of these at any given meeting. Stick to your role, and be the best you can be, without concern for anyone else’s role in the event.
Dan Radatti - Varsity Coach
Dan has coached men’s and women’s lacrosse in Oregon since 2005 at the youth, middle school, high school and select club levels. Dan attended St. Lawrence University in New York and was a four-year starter of the lacrosse team as a midfielder and defenseman.
Dan is committed to teaching players sound fundamental techniques. He works hard to help them understand the nuances of the game, which translates to players becoming more adaptable and dynamic players. As student of the game, he is constantly reading, studying and striving to learn more about all phases of the game of Lacrosse.
When not coaching or playing lacrosse, Dan is busy raising his five children, running his dental practice, Deschutes Endodontics, and trying to find time to play golf.
Kelsey Riley - Varsity Coach
Kelsey grew up in Hillsboro, OR where she began playing lacrosse in middle school. She had the privilege of playing and leading her team to four state tournaments, receiving multiple all-state honors, and traveling with various select teams. She was offered a spot on the Colorado Mesa University's DII women's lacrosse team where she was a starting attack player and received all Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference honors her first season. After a season of college athletics, she shifted her focus to academics where she graduated from Pacific University earning her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and continued to George Fox University where she received her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. Kelsey is looking forward to being back in the lacrosse community and helping develop athletes to reach their potential on and off the field.