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NH Tomahawks Announces Amanda Rogers Stepping Down Effective January 1

By NH Tomahawks, 10/08/18, 11:45AM EDT


The New Hampshire Tomahawks, in conjunction with Amanda Rogers, have announced that effective January 1, 2019, she will be stepping down from her role as the Tomahawk’s Girls' Recruiting Director.

Amanda has been a key member of the Tomahawks since 2013, helping build the Tomahawk’s Girl’s program from the ground up. She has seen the Girl’s Program go from an idea to becoming one of the most talented and well-rounded girls club programs in the country. To date, the club has over 300 girls.

Amanda was elevated to her current role as Recruiting Director in 2015. Under her leadership, over 45 girls from the Program’s first four graduating classes have committed to play college lacrosse – while many 2020 commitments are just around the corner.

Amanda was also co-founder of the Victory Academy and helped integrate Leadership into a staple and mark of pride for the Tomahawks. The program has instilled values in players such as leadership, sportsmanship, accountability, and teamwork on and off the field. 

Amanda’s hands-on, personable approach in helping the girls set and pursue their goals is both a testament to her character, as well as a key factor in the program’s rapid growth and success. 

Tomahawk’s Director and Founder, Chris Cameron stated, “I would like to thank Mandy for her endless passion and commitment to the girl’s development, as their coach and mentor, along with her tireless guidance on and off the field. With the talent and reputation of the club at an all-time high, Mandy has positioned Tomahawk’s players for even greater success in the months and years to follow.”

Amanda will continue her role as Girls Recruiting Director, working with the 2019 and 2020 players through the end of December. Kerry Gobiel will take over as Recruiting Director for the classes of 2019 and 2020. Kerry currently works with the classes of 2021 and 2022.