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Karly O'Brien

Karly O'Brien

2021 Midnight Coach

Karly O’Brien graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in 2007. As a midfielder, she assisted her team to 4 back-to-back championships. She went on to attend Robert Morris University, where she successfully completed all four years as a DI athlete. By the end of her freshman year, she clinched a starting spot as a low defender.  In 2009, she played and started in all 17 games for Robert Morris. She led RMU with 40 ground balls and 21 caused turnovers, while also adding one assist. She tallied at least one ground ball in all 17 contests and earned at least one caused turnover in 12 contests.  As a junior, she played through a season long injury of a fractured hand. She still saw action in 11 games, playing with a cast! She was ranked fourth on the team in ground balls while also controlling 16 draws to rank fourth on RMU. In 2011, she was nominated to the leadership committee, where she led her team to their first appearance in the NEC championship! Karly has coached for MC Elite club, Churchill High School, and started as the Varsity coach at Connelly School of the Holy Child in the 2016/2017 season.
Alexandra Franck

Alexandra Franck

2021 Midnight Coach

Alexandra Franck grew up on Long Island and graduated from Shoreham Wading River high school in 2009. She was a multi-sport athlete, playing soccer, basketball and lacrosse.  As a three-year varsity starter for the lacrosse program, Franck played defense helping her team win 3 New York State championships.  She earned Unsung Hero honors in her senior year state championship game. She then went on to attend Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania where she majored in American Studies and completed the K-6 teaching certification program. She was a four year starter on defense for the Mules, earning All-Conference honors her senior year as well as finishing 3rd in program history in career ground balls and caused turnovers.  Franck graduated from Muhlenberg College in 2013 with a Bachelors of Arts in American Studies as well as a K-6 teaching license.  She will be earning her Masters from George Mason University this spring. She moved to DC and began her teaching career in 2013 with Fairfax County Public Schools where she is in her fifth year teaching 4th grade.