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 Holly McGarvie Reilly graduated from Princeton University in 2009 where she played and captained both Varsity Field Hockey and Lacrosse.  Reilly was an IWLCA 1st Team All-American Lacrosse Recipient in 2008 and 2009 and was also the recipient of the C. Otto von Kienbusch Award as one of five Princeton University’s top female athletes in 2009.  Following the 2009 lacrosse season, Reilly was honored as the Ivy League Co-Player of the Year.  Reilly was also a member of the U.S. Developmental Lacrosse Team from 2006-2008 and a member of the U.S. National Lacrosse Team from 2008-2014 where she won 2009 and 2013 FIL World Cup Championships with her fellow teammates.  In 2016, Reilly was named to the Boston Storm Lacrosse Team as part of the inaugural United Women's Lacrosse League (UWLX).  Following the 2016 UWLX season, Reilly was named a 2016 UWLX All-Star.​  In 2018, Reilly was selected to the Philadelphia Fire as part of the inaugural Women's Professional Lacrosse Leauge (WPLL).


As a coach, Reilly earned 2018 Orange County Coach of the Year honors and in 2019 was named the NFHS California Coach of the Year and the NFHS Western States Coach of the Year.  She currently coaches the Argentina Women's National Team and lives in Southern California with her husband and two sons. 

To all readers...more significant than any accolades or achievements, I love lacrosse and I am passionate about working with aspiring female athletes.  As a young athlete myself, I was inspired by lacrosse greats like Theresa Sherry and Jen Adams.  In my sophomore year of high school, I hosted two Australian National Team members as they competed in the U19 World Cup.  Following that visit, the seed was planted; I knew I would one day want to wear the stars and stripes and represent my country.  Achieving this dream in 2009 was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.  I want to help young women work towards their dreams and find joy on the field.

Lacrosse has provided me tremendous opportunity for growth as an athlete and as a female.  It is this same opportunity I want to provide the young women who train with Renegade.  We will become tough.  We will become tenacious.  We will become thirsty to be the best we can be.

 Holly McGarvie Reilly's success at the 2009 Lacrosse World Championships in Prague.  The United States won a thrilling 8-7 victory over Australia to take the gold!
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