2030 Carolina

Liv Solazzo 1
Ariadne Nelson 2
Caroline Frye 3
Mary Byrne 6
Ryleigh Verrillo 10
Sydney Wade 11
Isabella Pedone 12
Brooke McCaw 14
Norah Dempsey 15
Teresa Ljung 17
Taylor Breitenbach 20
Lena Mulligan 22
Grace Conley 24
Chloe Deubert 29
Tatum Cataliotti 30
Allison Morris 31
Sophia Brewer 32
Caroline Weng 64

Katie Bitonti (2030 Carolina Head Coach)

  • Whitman Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach (2012-2020)
    • 2 Regional Championships
    • 2 State Semi-Final Championships
  • MCPS Head Coach of the Year 2019
  • MCPS Head Coach of the Year 2018
  • Starting Midfielder for Catholic University (2006-2009)
  • Team Captain
  • Second Team All-Landmark Conference
  • Played Club Lacrosse for Georgetown University (2004-2006)
  • Graduated from Our Lady of Good Counsel
  • 3-time Team MVP Team Captain
  • Honorable Mention All-Met Academic All-American
  • 1st team All-Gazette
  • Played for M&D Lacrosse

Jamie Ballard (2030 Carolina Head Coach)

Jaime Ballard was a three-sport varsity athlete at Springbrook High School: field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. There, Jaime served as captain in both field hockey and lacrosse. She was recognized as a first division all-county defender for lacrosse and named Student-Athlete of the year in 2019. During this time, she also played for the Jackals field hockey U16 team, learning techniques and skills that would prove instrumental in her future success.

She continued her athletic career in college playing three years (excluding the covid-year) of field hockey, two years of lacrosse, and one season of softball. She was the field hockey captain her junior and senior seasons of field hockey and was recognized by the conference for sportsmanship and received an honorable mention award. During her sophomore season of lacrosse, her team was the conference champions, and she was named MVP of the conference. Jaime excelled on the field, as well as in the classroom/laboratory. She collected a dean’s list and honor roll award, and was a part of the conference’s all-academic team. She took a break from lacrosse to focus on her health and during that time she was able to explore her passion of raising up the next generation of athletes. Jaime has always been so thankful for her coaches and looks forward to influencing and developing others as she gives back to the sports that helped shape her