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Lacrosse Program Overview

We are especially proud to have one of the longest running girls’ lacrosse programs in the state of Minnesota. Blake was among the earliest to adopt the sport at the varsity level and among the first group of teams to become members of the Minnesota State High School League.

Blake girls' lacrosse has developed a program built on the foundation of teamwork, sportsmanship and attention to fundamentals, conditioning and hard work. The girls' lacrosse program is one of the most successful in the state, having won five consecutive state championships in the sport - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. Blake players have gone on to compete at the NCAA Division I and Division III levels as well as compete and contribute to club programs at many colleges and universities.

At Blake, there is a place for everyone interested in playing lacrosse. We have three teams, the youngest of which is our Middle School team, consisting of 7th and 8th grade players. The Middle School team practices daily and competes in a 12 game schedule with a 3 game tournament at the end of the season. For Upper School students, we offer a junior varsity and varsity team. Players at the junior varsity level practice daily and play a schedule similar to that of the varsity with the exception of not having a playoff. The varsity roster typically consists of anywhere between 16-20 girls and plays a 12 game regular season schedule as well as section and state playoffs.

Lacrosse Coaching Staff

Sarah Fellows

Varsity Girls' Head Coach

Fellows served as Assistant Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach for the Bears in 2015.  She is originally from North Carolina and as a player, led Apex High School to three straight state championships while also competing for the Carolina Fever, a top club program.  Upon graduation, Fellows played lacrosse at Ohio State University before being sidelined by an ACL tear.  Fellows became the Assistant Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach at Apex High School in 2011, where they claimed another state championship.  She then served as the Head Girls’ Varsity Lacrosse Coach in 2012 and 2013.  Fellows recently earned her Master’s Degree in Natural Resources Science and Management from the University of Minnesota and is now employed as the Education Coordinator at the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District.