women's Prep lacrosse
Everest Academy Lacrosse is a fast growing program and ranks amongst the top prep school programs in Canada. Building leadership skills and creating the foundations for an active, healthy lifestyle, Everest Lacrosse gives student-athletes the best platform to improve their individual skills and prepare for collegiate opportunities. Through persistent and dynamic coaching techniques, students are motivated to succeed on and off the field. The program is based around the individual needs of our student-athletes, promoting excellence and integrity in a competitive environment.
Our Prep Lacrosse programs provide a competitive environment for all players and include traveling to premier showcase tournaments across North America, competing against top talent. NCAA recruitment opportunities abound, and are aided by SAT prep assistance and hands-on guidance support from on-campus staff and coaches. Players will also be given an opportunity to play against, and receive exposure to CUFLA and OUA programs. Graduates have gone on to join top NCAA programs and have represented Team Canada on the international stage on both the Men’s and Women’s sides.
Meghan joins Everest with experience at almost every level of lacrosse. She has been playing for over 10 years. She most recently graduated from Lindenwood University (St. Charles, MO, USA), while playing NCAA Division II lacrosse. Meghan graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science, where she was a two-year captain during her junior and senior seasons having led her team to a NCAA National Championship in 2021. Prior to Lindenwood, Meghan graduated from Everest Academy. As an alumnus of the school and women’s lacrosse program at Everest, she understands what it takes to be a successful student-athlete and the steps it takes to get to the next level. Meghan hopes to bring all her knowledge of playing NCAA lacrosse to the field while helping the girls to become the best versions of themselves to achieve their goals.
Rebecca Buck graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Sociology from Carleton University. She then pursued her Bachelor of Education from Nipissing University focusing on the Primary/Junior grades in North Bay. She also has a graduate certificate in Autism and Behavioural Science. She has has many years of experience working with adults who have exceptionalities as well as students with exceptionalities in an educational setting. Rebecca believes in inquiry-based learning and hitting the multiple intelligences in her classroom to allow achievement from all students. As an educator she works with the growth mindset and inclusivity in order to create positive and well-rounded students. Growing up playing and coaching both Hockey and Lacrosse her focus is to present student-athletes with transferable skills both inside and outside of the classroom. Rebecca is a registered member of the Ontario College of Teachers.
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Bianca Chevarie is a native of Brantford, Ontario and plays attack with Syracuse University (NCAA Division I). She was a member of the 2021 NCAA Division I Runners-Up team with the Orange. At 16 years old, Bianca was named to the Senior Women’s National Program, earning a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2017 FIL Women’s World Cup in Guilford, England. In 2019, she returned to Team Canada U19 as a team captain, once again earning a silver medal at the World Lacrosse World Cup in Peterborough, Ontario. She participated in the 2019 Fall Classic with Team Canada at the US Lacrosse Headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Meg Rea is from Brampton, Ontario and was a Team Captain during her tenure at Everest Academy. She is a starting attacker for Lindenwood University (NCAA Division II), and in 2021 helped the Lions achieve their long-standing goal of what had until that time been an elusive NCAA Division II Championship. Meg posted 15 goals on the run to the NCAA title, including two against Roberts Wesleyan in the semi-final and one in the NCAA Championship.
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Since her Freshman season at the University of Indianapolis (NCAA Division II) in 2017, Oakville, Ontario native Riley McClure has been named ALL-GLIAC First team three times and is a three-time GLIAC Defender of the Year (2018, 2019, 2021). In 2018 she was named to the IWLCA All-Midwest First Team and All-America Second Team. In 2019, she was named All-Midwest First Team and All-America Third Team. Riley is known for her ground balls and draw controls and in 2019 anchored UIndy’s defence, which topped NCAA Division II in scoring defence. In 2020 she was named the IWLCA’s NCAA DII Defender of the Year and an IWLCA All-American. Her U Indy Greyhounds were the 2021 GLVC Regular Season Champions and ranked 1st in the NCAA, only falling short to the 2021 NCAA Tournament to the team who would be named tournament champs, the Lindenwood Lions (featuring Everest teammate Meg Rea), in the quarter-finals. Riley has also represented the Red and White, when in 2019 she was named to Team Canada and invited to compete at the Fall Classic.