Lisa Rebane Ewanchyna joined Lawrenceville in 2007 and serves as head coach for the girls’ varsity field hockey team.
A First Team NCAA Division I All-American selection in both field hockey (1995) and lacrosse (1994-96), the Princeton University graduate was part of the squads that gained the first NCAA berth for Princeton University, eventually making it to the quarterfinals of the tournament her senior year. She was also named College Sports Magazine's "Female Athlete of the Year" in 1995-1996. She was a three-time All-American as well as an Ivy Rookie and Player of the Year in both field hockey and lacrosse, was an integral part of Princeton's 1994 National Championship squad for lacrosse, and was the University's "Sportswoman of the Year" in 1996.
After graduation, Ewanchyna worked in private industry from 1996-2001, when she returned to coaching both field hockey and lacrosse at Deerfield Academy (Deerfield, Mass.), where she also served as a residence manager and student advisor.
In 2007 and 2010 she coached the Big Red field hockey team to the title of Prep A co-champions, (runner up in 2008 and 2009), and was named "Coach of the Year" by the Trentonian.In 2010 the team won the NJISAA Championship. Under Coach Ewanchyna’s leadership, Lawrenceville alumni have gone on to play both Division I and III schools.
Bella Koch ‘22 plays both varsity field hockey and girls’ lacrosse for Lawrenceville. She hopes to make a big impact this year in both sports and is excited about what the future holds in her athletic career.
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