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Six Star Field Hockey Camp


Gina Wills • Camp Director

Gina Wills recently finished her third season as the head coach of the Washington and Lee field hockey program. In 2017 she led the Generals to their first ODAC tournament championship since 2005. The Generals won their first NCAA tournament game in program history, advancing to the round of 16. Following a program record 15 wins, including a 7-0 mark in conference play, Wills was named ODAC Coach of the Year for the second time.

Wills came to W&L from DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., where she served as the head field hockey coach for eight years. In that time, she guided the Tigers to a 121-40 (.752) overall record, four regular-season conference titles and three conference tournament championships. Wills was named the 2012 National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year and the 2012 North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Coach of the Year after leading DePauw to a 21-2 record. The Tigers advanced to the NCAA Semifinals. She led her 2013 team back to the NCAA Tournament.

In her career Wills has mentored her athletes to nine NFHCA All-America selections, including a pair of first team honorees. Three of her athletes have been named the Region Player of the Year, while eleven played in the NFHCA Senior All-Star game. She ranks in the top ten among active coaches in Division III for winning percentage.

Active in the sport, Wills has been a coach for the United States Field Hockey Association Futures Program since 2007. She is a 2004 graduate of Centre College with a bachelor of arts in English with a minor in history. She lettered in both field hockey and softball, serving as a two-year captain in field hockey and earning second team all-region accolades as a junior.

Grace Goodbarn • Assistant Coach, Washington and Lee

Grace Goodbarn is in her first season as the assistant coach for the Washington and Lee field hockey team.

Goodbarn came to W&L from Transylvania University, where she served as assistant field hockey coach for the last two seasons. In that role, she was responsible for working with the offense and goalkeepers, and she also assisted the head coach in recruiting, practice planning, travel planning, scouting and film breakdown.

On the turf, Goodbarn helped guide her players to five all-conference citations and four all-region accolades across her two seasons.

In addition to her experience at Transylvania, Goodbarn has also served as the co-director of the Revolution Field Hockey Camp and director of the Mountain Vista Field Hockey Camp, both in her native Colorado.

Goodbarn is a 2016 graduate of DePauw University, where she earned a bachelor of arts in history and political science. She was a four-year member of the Tigers' field hockey team, serving as a team captain for her senior season. Goodbarn helped lead DePauw to three conference titles and a NCAA Semifinal appearance as a first-year player in 2012. She finished as a four-time all-conference and all-region player, and she was named the 2015 North Coast Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Year. She also earned NFHCA All-America honors as a junior and senior.

Goodbarn is currently pursuing a master's degree in public administration with a specialization in local government from the University of Colorado-Denver.

Kelley Hubbell • Head Coach, Wittenberg University

Former College of Wooster field hockey and women's lacrosse standout Kelley Hubbell became Wittenberg University's field hockey head coach in April 2010.

She has guided the Tigers to records of 86-84 overall and 69-54 in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) in her first seven seasons, highlighted by a spectacular inaugural campaign with the Red & White. In her first season at the helm, Hubbell led the Tigers to an NCAC regular season championship with a program-best 11-1 record. Named NCAC Coach of the Year after the season, Hubbell guided Wittenberg to an overall mark of 15-4 after the Tigers lost a heartbreaking 4-3 decision in the NCAC Tournament championship game.

Prior to her arrival in Springfield, Hubbell served as a graduate assistant coach at Ithaca, helping the Bombers to a 5-12 record in 2009. She also served as head coach for Ithaca's women's lacrosse club team.

This is Hubbell's first full-time head coaching opportunity, although she did lead Wooster's program on an interim basis from June 2008 through August 2009 while long-time Head Coach Brenda Meese took a sabbatical. Under Hubbell in 2008, the Scots captured the NCAC regular season title with an 11-1 record and added the first conference tournament title in program history.

Charlotte MacDonald • Assistant Coach, Dickinson University

Charlotte MacDonald (Washington & Lee '16) joined the Red Devil field hockey coaching staff in the spring of 2018.

She is a 2016 graduate of Washington & Lee University where she was a four-year letter-winner for the Generals, serving as a team captain as a senior. She led the Generals in goals scored in her first season and was the top point-scorer as a sophomore.

The Generals made four Old Dominion Athletic Conference playoff appearances during her career, advancing to the conference semifinals in 2014 and the championship game in 2015.

MacDonald was selected to play in the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Senior Game and was the 2014-15 recipient of the Coaches Award.

Lauren Thomas • Head Coach, DePauw University

Lauren Thomas is in her second season as assistant field hockey coach at Ohio Wesleyan University.

Thomas came to Ohio Wesleyan from DePauw University, where she served as an assistant coach for one season. She helped the Tigers to a 16-3 overall record while working with all facets of the program, including recruiting, academic check-ins, and scheduling.

She also coached at the 2015 USA Field Hockey Futures site in nearby Dublin, working with the U-16 and U-19 teams.