Since 2016, Jackie, along with Stephanie Serino, helped build the Prime Time Girl’s program into the area’s premier club program, and top program nationally. Jackie brings a wealth of love and knowledge from coaching the game for over 13 years, and in just 6 short years, has helped bring this program to be a top national powerhouse. Jackie, along with Stephanie, oversees all of the Prime Time Girl’s lacrosse programming, events, training, camps and recruiting.
Jackie, a graduate of Sacred Heart University ’10, is currently the Prime Time 2025 Head Coach. At Sacred Heart, Jackie was a 2 time All-NEC Selection as well as making the NEC All-Tournament team in 2009 and 2010. Jackie was a graduate of Walter Panas High School and a lacrosse standout for the Lakeland-Panas Girls Lacrosse team. She was an All American her senior year as well as a 3-time All League and All Section Selection. From March 2015 until June 2021, Jackie served as an assistant coach to the Bronxville Varsity Girls Lacrosse team alongside Sharon Robinson. During their 7 years coaching together, Bronxville made 5 Final Four appearances and were 3x State Championship finalists. Jackie finished her career at Bronxville with a record of 103-22-2. Currently, Jackie serves as a Co-Head Coach for Sacred Heart Greenwich Varsity and they finished their season ranked #19 nationally.
Aside from just overseeing the Prime Time program and coaching, Jackie has brought her wealth of knowledge and passion for the college process by having a huge role in recruiting for the high school athletes. Throughout the past nine years, she has helped place over 300 girls at some of the best programs in the country and at all three levels. In a short period of time, she has created amazing relationships with collegiate coaches nationally and looks forward to continuing to help our athletes take their game to the next level. Through the relationships built and the success of recruited players, the girls program has entered the events side and offers College Recruiting Showcases in the fall and summer months.
Outside of Prime Time, Jackie has served as a coach for various youth programs in the area throughout the last 8 years – Bronxville Youth, Rye Youth and Ridgefield Youth.
Stephanie begins her first year as the Co-Director of Prime Time Girl’s Lacrosse Program. Stephanie will help oversee the Prime Time Girl’s lacrosse programming, events and recruiting and assist in day-to-day operations.
Stephanie, a graduate of The University of Massachusetts at Amherst ’10, is currently the Prime Time 2023 Head Coach. At UMass Stephanie made appearances in Three Atlantic Ten Conference Championships and was a part of two NCAA Championship tournaments.
Stephanie is a graduate of Nyack High School and a lacrosse standout for the Indians. She holds records in goals and points as well as earning All-American her senior year as well as a 4-time All-League, All-Section, 3-Time All-County Selection.
Stephanie was the Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, NY. She was named the head coach in 2010, where she took a team from a record of 0-13 to a 12-5 record and making Two East Coast Conference Championship Tournaments. Stephanie in 2019 joined the coaching staff at Bronxville High School where she served as an Assitant coach for three years and was a part of the State Finals in 2019. Currently, Stephanie is an Assistant Coach at Sacred Heart, Greenwich were she coaches alone side Coach Goldmann & Coach Robinson.
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Maggie has coached with the Prime Time Girl’s program since its inception in 2016. Graduating from Suffern High School in 2010, Maggie, had a significant impact on the Suffern Varsity program. She was named Rockland County Player of the Season in 2010 as well as being named an All-American her senior year. After a decorated high school career, Maggie played at Buffalo State College for one season and then transferred to St. Thomas Aquinas College where she was a 3-year starter for the Spartan’s Attack. While at St. Thomas Aquinas College, Maggie was able to tally over 100 Goals, was named 1st Team All-Conference as well as Team MVP her senior year. Maggie was also recognized as ECC player of the week and added as a member of the St. Thomas AQuinas Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
Maggie began coaching during her senior year of college and has the experience and ability to coach young female athletes of all ages. Throughout her 8+ years of coaching experience, Maggie has served as a college assistant coach for St. Thomas Aquinas College as well as a Graduate Assistant at Lincoln Memorial University. In addition Maggie has coached for various youth programs, Horace Greeley High School, Bronxville Youth Lacrosse in addition to her coaching at Prime Time Lacrosse. Currently, Maggie is a middle school teacher in the South Bronx.
Ellen is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania ‘22 where she captained the team her senior year. The shutdown defender was a four year starter and helped anchor a UPenn defense that appeared in both the Ivy Championship and NCAA Championship tournaments in 2019. She was also named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll in 2021.
A graduate of Yorktown High School, Ellen was a two-time Academic All-American, four-time letterwinner and served as team captain. Played on two Sectional and Regional championship teams and advanced to the state final. She was MVP of the 2017 Section Championship game and a 2017 N.Y. State Final Four All-Tournament selection. Ellen also lettered four times in soccer where she served as team captain and was twice named All-League and was a member of the Olympic Development Program. She also lettered twice in track and basketball and was twice named All-League in track.
Julia Schwabe is a midfielder at the University of Michigan, where she earned Big 10 Freshman of the Week honors twice in the 2022 season. She graduated from Dobbs Ferry High School as the valedictorian of her class and one of the top athletes in Section One. In high school, she was the captain of the varsity basketball and lacrosse team junior and senior year where she was named LoHud Elite 11 and a US Academic All American in lacrosse and LoHud Super 7 and All-State in basketball. She was named the Rivertowns Enterprise Female Athlete of the Year and was a Golden Dozen Award Winner. Julia has played for Jackie and Stephanie since the 4th grade and was on the Prime Time 2021 team. She has coached the Dobbs Ferry Youth lacrosse team for three years and was a Prime Time Co-Assistant Coach for the 2029 team this past year.
Chrissy Gutenberger Hart went to North Rockland high school where she was named All American honorable mention and All State. She was also All Section, All County, All League for North Rockland, second leading all-time points leader at North Rockland with 233 (170 goals and 63 assists). While at North Rockland, Chrissy was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse and also a two-time player-of-the-year in field hockey. She played on the New York State team for lacrosse, and Futures Junior Olympics for Field Hockey. Chrissy went on to play lacrosse at Manhattan College. While there, she was MAAC Rookie of the Year in 2009 and was named to the All-MAAC First Team. She was named MAAC Rookie of the Week three times during the season. Chrissy finished her career ranked second on the program’s all-time list in both goals (164) and points (196). After graduating, Chrissy went on to be the assistant coach at St. Thomas Aquinas College and Metro Lacrosse Club Head Coach and College Coordinator. She is also coaching the Varsity Lakeland-Panas girls lacrosse team. Coach Chrissy is the head coach of the Prime Time 2026 Team.
A 2021 graduate of John Jay High School, Mia DiChiara was an impact player for the Wolves all four years. Starting midfielder since her freshman year, Mia led her team to three Section 1 championships, two regional championships, and two state final-four appearances, including one state final appearance. As a sophomore, during her second appearance at states, Mia was given the sportsmanship award in the state final game. Mia has been awarded All-league since her freshman year, All-section honorable mention her sophomore year, All-section and US Academic All-American her senior year. DiChiara was a captain for the Wolves her senior year. She also played 4 years of varsity soccer, served as captain her senior year, lettering twice, winning one section 1 championship in 2018. Mia is a current freshman at Cornell University, getting minutes in the majority of games in the midfield, she has three goals on the year.
Molly Fitzpatrick was a graduate from Lakeland High School where she was a standout field hockey and lacrosse player. She earned All-League and All-Section honors during her high school years and was named All-American as a senior for Lakeland/Panas Girls Lacrosse. After four years at Lakeland/Panas, she continued her collegiate career at Manhattan College. As an attacker, she started all four years at Manhattan College. She racked up her college accolades, ranking fourth for most goals scored in program history and finished her career ranked fourth all time at Manhattan College in points. In 2019, Molly was awarded Second Team All-MAAC. Throughout the past few years, Molly has coached for various high school and youth programs – Kennedy Catholic HS, Lady Ballers Lacrosse as well as coaching for One-on-One Lacrosse Clinics.
A 2021 graduate of John Jay High School, Ashley Schafer was an impact player for the Wolves. A starter since her freshman year, Ashley and the Wolves went on to win three Section One championships, two regional championships, and go to the NY State final four twice, competing in the semi-finals and finals. As a Senior, she was named a US Lacrosse All-American and a LoHud first-team all-star and is a three-time All-League selection. Ashley was also a member of the John Jay Field Hockey team and was named all-State in her senior year. Ashley played for Prime Time Lacrosse since its inception, beginning as an 8th grader. Ashley is a current freshman at Brown University and has appeared in several games during her rookie campaign.
Caroline was a member of the Prime Time 2022 team from 2017-2021. She started her lacrosse career with PT in 7th grade and continued to play for PT throughout high school. Caroline was a member of the Varsity soccer and lacrosse teams at John Jay Cross River, where she was a 4x scholar athlete in both sports and earned All-League for soccer in 2019, 2020, and 2021. During her 4 years on Varsity lacrosse at John Jay, Caroline netted over 100 goals and 40 assists. As a freshman in 2019, Caroline earned all-league honorable mention on a team that were Section 1 champions, Regional champions, and state finalists. (2020, Covid canceled her sophomore year). In 2021 Caroline earned All-Section, All-League, 2x Player of the Game, Second Team All-Star and was also named the Postseason Game Changer on the road to becoming 2021 Section 1 Champions. As a senior in 2022, Caroline was named to the LoHud Elite 11 and JJ’s Impact Player as well as USA All American honors. Caroline will be continuing her lacrosse career at Colgate University in the Fall of 2022.
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