Megan den Exter
Coach Catts is in her second season with
the Milton Lady Eagles. However, she is no stranger to coaching lacrosse or to
the Milton Lady Eagles program. She
has been coaching lacrosse for over
20 years and has been heavily involved with the Milton Feeder and Eagle Stix program for the past 7 years.
Coach Catts grew up in Maryland and played both field hockey and lacrosse
in high school. She was named to the
All-State team during her junior and senior year in both sports. She graduated from the University of Maryland with a BS degree in nursing and played club lacrosse.
Coach Catts coaching experience started in Maryland where she coached field hockey and lacrosse prior to moving to Florida in 2008. While living in Florida she started a lacrosse developmental program for girls ages 5-8 and held various coaching and leadership roles within the lacrosse program until she moved to Milton in 2011. Upon arriving in Milton she quickly got involved with the Milton Feeder and Eagle Stix program and has coached at various levels. She is extremely proud of not only the lacrosse success her teams have had over the years, but more importantly the impact lacrosse has had in molding these young girls into strong, confident women.
She lives in Milton with her husband, Darryl, and youngest daughter, Brie.
Her two older daughters, Taylor and Sydney, are currently attending Kennesaw State University and Furman University and are playing women’s lacrosse for those programs.
Coach Poston is entering her 4th season with the Lady Eagles coaching staff.
She has coached lacrosse for 8 years; 2 at the middle school level and 6 at the high school level.
She hails from Delaware County, PA
where she played lacrosse at Springfield High School. During her time there,
her team won a state championship.
She played lacrosse at
Kutztown University in Pennsylvania
and has enjoyed her coaching
experience at Milton very much!
She also provides support to the
Varsity team and can often be found participating in their workouts
and conditioning regimen.
“You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take.” - Wayne Gretzky
Megan has more than 10 years of experience coaching girls lacrosse at the youth and high school level. Previously, she coached the Varsity Girls Lacrosse team at Marist School in Atlanta, GA for 6 years with two appearances in the second round of state playoffs and taking home the Area Championship on three occasions. She was also the Athletic Director for Buckhead Girls Lacrosse for two years. She currently coaches for Eagle Stix.
She was a Division III two-sport athlete playing Field Hockey and Lacrosse at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA. As a midfielder for the Lyons, she set all-time lacrosse records in career goals, ground balls, and draw controls.
She was the recipient of the
Ruth C. Timm Lacrosse Recognition Award for outstanding play for the 2007 and 2010 seasons. As a captain in her senior year, she led her team to second place in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). For four consecutive years, she made the New England Women’s and Men’s Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference team and broke the conference record for draw controls during the 2010 season.
She is originally from Granger, IN
where she was Indiana’s All-American
Megan currently lives in Alpharetta with her husband Neal; their daughters, Lily and Claire; and Corgi, Polly.
"Nothing works unless you do"
Coach Brennan is entering his second season with the Lady Eagles coaching staff.
Coach Godby is entering his 15th year as head coach for Milton’s Varsity Lacrosse team. His teams have won a total of
12 Georgia State Championships at Milton. He has had 46 players go on to play college lacrosse at the next level:
42 Division I, four Division II, and two Division III players.
During the 2016 lacrosse season, Coach Godby celebrated his 200th career win. In 2019, he was inducted into the Georgia Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Originally from Somerset, Kentucky,
Coach Godby attended Berea College in his home state and earned a BA in Education. He was also a student athlete playing both basketball & baseball for the Mountaineers.
Prior to lacrosse, he coached various sports such as cross country, track-and-field, and basketball. He was an assistant boys basketball coach at Dunwoody HS when the team won the 2005 and 2006 State Championships.
He has been teaching PE/ Health at Northwestern Middle School in Milton, GA for the past 17 years.
Coach Godby lives in Canton, GA with his wife Jamie and their two children Lynlee & Wilson.
An attitude of “whatever is convenient” won’t accomplish very much. An attitude of “whatever it takes” is impossible to stop.
Coach Zinck is entering her first year with the Milton program. She has
6 years of coaching experience at the high school and club lacrosse levels
both in Virginia and Georgia, with even more experience working with girls at the youth level.
She grew up playing goalkeeper at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, Virginia and then continued on to play at the University of Connecticut.
After a year, Kelsey transferred to The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) to finish
her playing career and was a two-time NCAA Division III Regional Runner-up.
She graduated from TCNJ in 2014 with
a BA in Communication Studies and
then went on to obtain her Master’s in Public Health from The George Washington University.