Next Level Girls 2025/2026


Next Level Girls 2025/2026
Program Schedule, Benefits, and Costs for 2020-21 Season
Coach Cassidy & Coach Mandy
Uniform (Price based on Uniform Needs and Future Order Form)
     *Next Level Travel Teams are keeping the same uniforms as last year for the 2020-2021 season.
     *If your daughter needs a new uniform for any reason, we will send an order form soon.
$50 – Team Backpack (optional)
$50 – Game Jersey (mandatory)
$40 – Game Skirt (mandatory)
$30 – Team Long Sleeve T-Shirt (optional) | $25 – Team Short Sleeve T-Shirt (optional)
$25 – Team Headband (optional)
FALL & WINTER ($1,200)
Two practices per week, at Washington Episcopal School (WES)
League games, normally on Sundays (typically 7 or 8 games)
Speed & Agility Training with certified HEALTHY BALLER trainers
Two to three tournament days in late October or early to mid November
Early priority access and 20% off fall clinics at WES
One practice per week, at WES
Speed & Agility Training with certified HEALTHY BALLER trainers
*Optional Box Lacrosse League at the St. James on Sundays (voted on by parents, price not included)
Early priority access and 10% off winter clinics at WES
SPRING & SUMMER ($1,200)
Two practices per week, at Washington Episcopal School (WES)
Competitive spring league, weekend games (typically 7 or 8 games and playoffs)
Early priority access and 20% off spring clinics at WES
One practice per week, at WES
Two to three tournament days in late June or early to mid July
Early priority access and 20% off summer clinics at WES


# First Name Last Name
00 Greta Lowell
1 Ava Serafino
7 Emily Crump
8 Emily Denchfield
9 Mazie O’Neil
10 Vivian Hunter
11 Elsa Santighian
12 Nuria Revilla
13 Anna Knight
17 Madison Kelliher
18 Charlotte Bear
19 Jane Nawrocki
21 Macey Newell
22 Faith Howell
24 Grace Sullivan
25 Katie Diamond
26 Reagan Bland
27 Lucy Powell
28 Celeste Dolan
36 Sophia Orellana
43 Mary Michael Peterson
45 Peyton Bishop
76 Stella McKinney
Eve Bowker


Olivia Hokanson

Olivia grew up in Maryland. In her freshman year of college at Kennesaw State University she was named Atlantic Sun Player of the Week twice & named to the All Freshman Team & Second Team All-Atlantic Sun. After suffering a torn ACL her sophomore year and redshirting, Olivia finished junior year averaging 2.75 goals per game and was was named Second Team All- Atlantic Sun for the second time. In the Fall of her senior year Olivia suffered a second ACL tear and battled back to play in seven games. After graduating from Kennesaw State University with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting, Olivia continued her lacrosse career at Mars Hill University while earning a Master of Management. After finishing the year with 65 goals and nationally ranked in the top ten in goals per game, she was named All-SAC First Team.

Following college, Olivia started as an administrative assistant at the Central Maryland Chamber and works as a freelance photographer and part- time digital marketing content manager.

Cassidy Moses

Cassidy grew up in Fairfax Station, VA where she started playing lacrosse in 3rd grade. After making the varsity team all four years in high school, she was made captain her senior year. After tearing her ACL senior year, her love for the sport drove her to attend all practices and help where she could giving her a taste for coaching.
In 2014 she decided to coach at her old high school, South County, first as assistant JV coach then in 2015 as head JV coach and lead that team to an undefeated season. She took a break from coaching to receive her bachelors degree while playing on various club teams. Cassidy now works at the National Museum of African American History & Culture as an Educator and is entering her 3rd year of coaching for Next Level.