Lanco Elite | Coaches
Emily Eddowes enters her first season as an assistant coach at Franklin & Marshall. Eddowes previously served as the offensive coordinator for Elizabethtown College for the 2016-17 season, where she helped lead the team to an 11-5 record and an appearance in the conference semifinal. Her focus will be on the offensive side of the ball as well as working with the goalies.
Eddowes, originally from Lancaster, completed her collegiate playing career in 2016 as a four-year starter for NCAA Division II Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla. As an attacker, she racked up 63 career points on 30 goals and 33 assists, while helping the Tars to a four-year record of 52-19. The Tars were the SSC runner-up in 2016 and made three NCAA tournament appearances (2013, 2015, 2016) during Eddowes' career.
A local graduate of Penn Manor High School, Eddowes helped the Comets reach the District 3 semifinals and PIAA state tournament all four years. Eddowes was selected a two-time Lancaster-Lebanon League All-Star and a Section I All-Star, earning the honors in 2011 and 2012.
This is Emily's fifth year coaching with Lanco Elite.
My name is Emily Brunie and I graduated from Lock Haven University in May 2017. I am Early Childhood and Special Education major and I was member of LHU women's lacrosse team from 2013-2017. I played attack and started in 25 games. I participated in the Student Athlete Advisory committee, student athlete academic mentoring program. I earned dean's list, student athlete honor roll, PSAC scholar athlete honors.
In 2015, 2016, and 2017 I was nominated as an IWLCA Academic All- American for Division II. During my time at LHU we competed at the Division II National Championships in 2014 and 2015 and won two PSAC championships. I played for the Cumberland Valley Girls lacrosse team and was a 4 year varsity starter. I also played for the X-treme lacrosse club while I was in middle and high school.
I am currently a 4th grade teacher and the Junior Varsity Coach for the Cumberland Valley Girl’s Lacrosse team.
The past four years I have been coaching goalies at my alma mater, Millersville University, developing recruited goalies and helping them transition into collegiate level of play.
Started all four years for Millersville University on Lacrosse scholarship, immediately making an impact in goal for the Marauders. Career highlights include selection to the IWLCA Division II North-South Game, ranked first in PSAC and third among Division II goalies in recorded saves, finished second in PSAC for ground balls, voted twice as team MVP and served as co-captain of the team in my senior season.
I attended Hatboro-Horsham High School. Earned starting goalkeeper as a freshman. Named First Team All-Intel Selection and All-Suburban One League First Team 2005-2007.
Taylor Frombaugh comes from Millersville University where she played as a low defender for the Marauders. Frombaugh played in 37 games and made 15 starts over four seasons for a rising Millersville University program. The defender accounted for 22 ground balls and nine caused turnovers during her career and was a team captain during her senior season.During her career she helped the Marauders move the program upwards and each season their record improved just shy of playoffs her senior year in 2015. The Marauders finally saw play-off action in 2016. She graduated in 2015 with a double major; a bachelors in both biology and athletic training with a minor in athletic coaching.
Upon graduation she coached one year of high school as the JV coach for Cedar Crest High School. After one year of coaching high school, she is currently in her first year as the women's lacrosse assistant coach for Elizabethtown College. Her primary focus is working with the Blue Jays defense and strength and conditioning program.
Frombaugh played high school lacrosse at Carlisle High School where she was a 3 year letter winner in both basketball and lacrosse. While playing high school, she helped coach Carlisle’s middle school lacrosse team as well.
As well, she currently is a middle school referee as well for the Lancaster Lebanon league and is in her third season of coaching for Lanco Elite.
I am an alumni of Elizabethtown Area High school where I played field hockey and lacrosse. I was a member of the lacrosse team during its first for seasons at E-town and served as a captain all four years. I was named first team all-conference as a senior and second team all-conference my junior year. I am also a Lanco Elite alumni. I played for Lanco for two and a half years and learned a tremendous amount of lacrosse in that short time! I am currently a member of the Millersville Women's Lacrosse team and will be a junior this upcoming year. I've appeared in 33 games as a midfield and won 94 draw controls. While at Millersville I am studying elementary education with a minor in Integrated STEM. I've helped at numerous Millersville clinics as well as Elizabethtown clinics. This is my second season coaching for Lanco. Lanco gave me the opportunity to meet girls from other schools and become a better player overall.
A 2012 Manheim Township graduate. A dual sport athlete at Lancaster Bible College playing both soccer and lacrosse. Benson was a four-year starter for the Chargers’ women’s lacrosse team, serving as the goalkeeper in her freshman and sophomore seasons and at attack/midfield in her junior and senior seasons.
Benson is currently the Elizabethtown High School girls lacrosse coach and has been involved with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes summer camps and Elizabethtown GEARS program.