Teams, Scores, & Schedules

Schedule

Schedule

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Type Details Result Score Recap
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Scores

Scores

Team Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Type Details Result Score Recap
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls
Mid-TN JV Girls Playoffs
TBD
TBD Tournament Details
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls
Mid-TN JV Girls Playoffs
TBD
Ensworth High School TBD Details
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
St. Cecilia Academy
St. Cecilia Academy Away Details Loss 14-18
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Ensworth High School
Franklin Road Academy Home Details Loss 8-20
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
University School of Nashville
University School of Nashville Away Details Loss 3-13
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Father Ryan High School
Franklin Road Academy Home Details Tie 12-12
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Page High School
Franklin Road Academy Home Details Loss 6-13
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Harpeth Club Lacrosse
Home Details Win 13-9
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Harpeth Hall School
Franklin Road Academy Home Details Loss 6-15
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Brentwood High School
Franklin Road Academy Home Details Loss 8-18
Lacrosse - Junior Varsity Girls vs.
Ravenwood High School
Home Details Loss 4-12

COACHES

Coaches


Maggie Waxter
Head Coach

Maggie Waxter enters her first season as the Head Coach of the Franklin Road Academy Girls Lacrosse team following a two year stint at Amherst College in Massachusetts coaching lacrosse and field hockey for the 2018, 2019 seasons. Maggie will also be assisting in the MS Aspire department, substitute teaching, and helping in the Athletic Department.

Graduating from Washington & Lee in the spring of 2017 with a bachelor's degree in psychology, Waxter was a four-year member of the lacrosse and field hockey teams and served as a captain for both sports during her senior year.

A standout forward on the field hockey squad, Waxter racked up the accolades as an offensive juggernaut. A two-time All-American and National Academic Team selection, three-time First Team All-ODAC honoree and the 2016 ODAC Player of the Year, the Baltimore, Md. native was the first player in program history to have back-to-back three goal games and holds the program record for career hat tricks with four. On the lacrosse field she senior captained the first program appearance in the NCAA Final 4, starting every game her junior and senior year. Off the field, Waxter was a member of Washington & Lee’s University Athletic Council, Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC) and the Generals Leadership Academy.

At Amherst College she coached the field hockey team to back to back Little Three Champions, as well as NFHCA top 20 team the entire season. She also coached the lacrosse team to two back to back NCAA Elite 8 Championships, almost making it to the Final 4 in 2019 but losing in the last 10 seconds of the game. Maggie is excited for the lacrosse season to begin already and is looking forward to growing the program at Franklin Road Academy.

Claire Wilkins
Assistant Coach

Claire Wilkins is excited to enter her third season as the Assistant Coach of the Franklin Road Academy Girls Lacrosse team. Wilkins grew up in the misty and rugged mountains of Western North Carolina, where running from bears and swimming in swimming holes prepared her well for the expectations of high school sports. She has been involved in many activities throughout her life, including, but not limited to, recreational rollerblading, quilting, professional dog-walking, walking without dogs, hammocking, and baking. She is proud to have served as the captain of her high school Compost Team. She was also involved in volleyball, swimming, soccer, and lacrosse.

Wilkins graduated from Clemson University in May of 2016, where she made her parents proud by earning two degrees: a BA in History and a BA in English. While at Clemson, Wilkins also met the love of her life and got married in June of 2018. She and her husband continue developing their athletic talents through their mutual love of ping pong.

As a coach, Wilkins is grateful for the opportunity to get to know her players and encourage them to be their best selves, both on and off the field. Whether in bitter cold or scorching heat, she loves spending time on the field watching her players grow both in skill and in love of the game.

Wilkins is looking forward to another great season, and is excited to work alongside the legendary Maggie Waxter leading a group of dynamic and passionate players. Go Panthers!

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