Next Level Girls 2029


Next Level Girls 2029
Program Schedule, Benefits, and Costs for 2020-21 Season
Coach Hillary, Coach Amina & Coach Taylor
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
1 Ione Seaman
2 Meryl Wiener
3 Jessi Stofa
5 Svea Peterson
6 Sabrina Bauer
9 Charlotte Bracewell
10 Sydney Rizzo
11 Amelia Palmer
13 Scarlett Kowalski
15 Katherine (Kate) Benhard
17 Zoe Moore
18 Victoria Gross
19 Sarah Johnson
21 Hannah Phillippy
22 Madeline Marquez
26 Josie Levinson
29 Adriana Jacinto
35 Sarah Anglade
40 Haley Gale
99 Rowan Seaman
Abbie Yi
Maddie Yi


Hillary Nylen

Hillary grew up in Bethesda, MD where she played lacrosse and field hockey in High School. Her family moved to Olney, MD her Junior year where she played varsity Lacrosse for 2 years at Sherwood High School. Her freshman year of College she played D-3 field Hockey at Gwynedd-Mercy College in Gwynedd Valley, PA.  After her freshman year she moved back to MD where she transferred to The University of Maryland. She graduated from UMD with her Bachelors in Family Science.

She currently lives in Bethesda, Md and works part-time for the Montgomery County Public School system as a Substitute teacher. She is also a full-time mom to 3 kids, 2 girls and 1 boy. She loves teaching children all she can on and off the field. Before joining the Next Level team, she coached for OBGC 8u fast-pitch softball.  She is excited to share her passion for the game and love of staying active and fit!

Amina Pookrum

Amina played high school lacrosse locally, spending 3 years as a varsity starter at Maret and leading the team to its first ever ISL A division title in 2005. She walked on to the varsity basketball and lacrosse teams at Div. III Williams College and played 2 years before suffering a career ending knee injury. In her last 2 years, she served as a student assistant coach for the varsity lacrosse team, which played to a 2nd place finish in the NESCAC in her final year. Since graduation, Amina has coached all ages and skill levels in camps, clinics, teams, leagues, and tournaments throughout the Washington, DC area for the past four years, and prior to that in New York City. She still plays lacrosse in a local post-collegiate league. Amina brings great coaching experience and a knowledge and love of lacrosse that will be an asset to the high school program.

Taylor Summers

Taylor moved to the Eastern Shore of Maryland when she was 5 year old, and has been holding a lacrosse stick ever since.  She started playing in 3rd grade at The Country School, then in high school at SSPP in Easton, MD, and always actively engaged with her competitive club program on the side.  She went on to play at the Division III collegiate level for DePauw University. A year after graduating, she missed the sport so much that she joined the Washington Lacrosse Club here in DC and was able to play competitively once again.

In her club years at Eastern Shore Lacrosse Club in Lewes, DE, she was asked to switch from her natural position of attack to defense, and she welcomed the challenge of learning a whole new position with open arms.  She believes this experience has made her a more versatile coach, with an appreciation for all aspects of the sport. In college, she was a part of the first ever recruited class for the DePauw Women’s Lacrosse team in Greencastle, IN. Taylor embraced the challenges of playing for a newly formed program, and she was a leading force in the rise-up in ranks in the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC). By her senior year, the team earned their first ever winning season.  These lessons and experiences have helped her become a better leader and coach.

Professionally, Taylor works as an Event Manager for Walker & Dunlop, a financial real estate company located in Bethesda, MD.