Board of Directors
Megan and her family have been involved in WLC since 2016 when her daughter started with Cranksters. Megan served as the Girls' Director since 2020. She has never played lacrosse, but fell in love with the sport. She has learned a lot about the game coaching her daughter’s team for 4 years. Megan played basketball and volleyball in high school and brings that experience with her on the field. Her son also plays lacrosse and is on the 3/4 boys' team. Megan and her husband, Jason, moved to Wooster in 2006 and she works locally as a physical therapist.
Matt has been a part of the Wooster community for 25 years. He has two children in the WLC and is new to the sport. He is quickly learning by attending practices and is also an assistant Crankster coach. He has experience with service to the commuity and looks forward to helping the WLC.
Eric Giauque is a WHS Alumnus. He has three children, all playing Lacrosse. His oldest son and his daughter play Lacrosse for Wooster High School. His youngest son is playing on the 7/8 boys' this up coming 2022 season. He brings 27 years of financial experience to the club.
Cameron Flint has been part of the Wooster Lacrosse Club for four years as a parent, equipment manager, and most recently as the Vice President of Operations. New to the sport of lacrosse when his oldest son joined the WLC, he has fallen in love with the sport and the positive impact it has on the lives of young men and women in the Wooster community. Drawing upon his two decades of high school teaching experience and working with various youth groups he enjoys his role helping the WLC Board of Directors provide a great experience for the kids.
Girls' Program Director
Coach Smith has been a part of the Wooster Lacrosse Club since 2016, when his son started playing. He started coaching girls lacrosse in 2019 after his daughter started playing also. Coach Smith was a track and field athlete in college and coached track and field for several years. Coach Smith enjoys working with and teaching children and young adults as he is an educator for Wooster City Schools.
Boys' Program Director
Lee Thomas is a Wooster native and Wooster Lacrosse alumnus. He played for WHS from 1997-1999 and WVU Club Lacrosse. He has coached for the Wooster Lacrosse Club since 2014 and has two boys playing in the club as well.
Kate Smith has been a part of the WLC since 2016 when her son started playing in 2nd grade. Kate now has a son and a daughter who both play for WLC. Kate has helped with many fundraising activities and is a team mom. She is always willing to help so that WLC activities can run smoothly. Kate looks forward to continuing the excellence of the club through fundraising and parent boosters.