As a member of the United States Women’s Lacrosse Team, Margie played in two World Cup Tournaments, finishing the first as the tournament’s leading scorer, and scoring the winning goal in an overtime, sudden-death victory to win the Gold Medal in the second. While a student-athlete at the University of Massachusetts, Margie led both the national contending Women’s Soccer and Lacrosse Teams in goal scoring, was team captain, and capped off her college career with an NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship Title.
From beginners through collegiate athletes Margie has coached one successful team after another. While under her regime, both the Women’s Soccer and Lacrosse Teams at the University of New Hampshire won the ECAC title and competed in several NCAA Tournaments. She is a member of several athletic Halls of Fame, and in 2016 was inducted into the United States National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Margie lives in Ohio with her husband, John, and their five children where she spends most of her time preparing for the upcoming summer season of Spirit Sports Camp. She occasionally works in the classroom as a substitute teacher, speaks with children of all ages about her philosophy of teamwork, collaboration and respect, and coaches middle and high school lacrosse.