Caroline began her association with the Stevenson School girls lacrosse program taking over the reins as head coach in the spring of 2018. She quickly established herself making an immediate impact on the program raising the competitive level of play every year since. Under Caroline’s leadership the team routinely competes for finishes in the top half of the Gabilan Division, annually the strongest division in the PCAL. In the spring of 2019, Caroline led her team to being the first ever Stevenson girls lacrosse league champions. While attending high school in Fairfield County, Connecticut, Caroline competed in a highly competitive lacrosse program. Here, she fell in love with the sport and had a strong desire to continue playing and teaching the sport. Caroline played four years of varsity lacrosse and three years for the Norwalk crew team. Caroline was also an avid skier, and was captain of the varsity ski team for two years. Soon after, during her first year at the College of Charleston, she helped develop the first women's lacrosse program at the college. Immediately after graduating, Caroline went on to coach fifth through eigth grade lacrosse and high school summer league in her hometown.