• Assistant coach St. John the Baptist High School-Varsity lacrosse
  • Assistant coach 2018 and 2019 Long Island Jesters lacrosse
  • Assistant coach St. John the Baptist High School- Freshman football
  • Head coach 2021 East Islip Redmen PAL lacrosse
  • Received full athletic scholarship to Villanova University, '91
  • National Honor Society
  • CHSLL All League Defenseman - St. John the Baptist High School - 1986 and 1987
  • CHSFL All League Linebacker - St. John the Baptist High School - 1985 and 1986


My name is Shea Weber and I am from Wantagh, New York. I was on the Wantagh Varsity team for three years and a captain my senior year...

Position: Defense
Hometown: Wantagh, NY
College: Adelphi University

High School

  • honored with All conference as a sophomore
  • All County my junior and senior year.
  • As a senior my team and I took home the County title, making program history.

After high school

  • started my first year at Adelphi as sophomore last year.
  • named IWLCA All-North Region team and First Team All American.
  • started as a defender 21 out of 21 games.
  • My team and I won the National Championship last May.
  • I was a first year starter on the Adelphi Womens Lacrosse team and my career highs were. . .
    • Assists: 1, multiple times
    • Points: 1, multiple times..
    • Ground Balls: 5, vs AIC 3/8/17
    • Caused Turnovers: 4, multiple times,
    • Draw Controls: 7, vs Saint Michael's 3/18/1.
    • led my team with the highest caused turn overs(41)
    • tied with my sister for draw controls.(61).
    • trailed my sister by one with the highest number of ground balls (51).


My name is Ryley Weber I am from Wantagh, New York and just recently graduated from Adelphi this past May. I have been on the Adelphi Women’s lacrosse team for 4 years and have been a starter the past 4 years as well.

First year at Adelphi

  • went undefeated and won the 2014 National Championship.

The 2015 season with Adelphi

  • I got 1st team All American,
  • First Team All North Region,
  • First Team All-Star
  • was on the All-Tournament team,
  • MVP NE10 Tournament
  • Won my 2nd National Championship.
    • I also Caused a team high (40) turnovers
    • Picked up high of (57) ground balls
    • Won (85) draw controls.

My 3rd year at Adelphi (2016)

  • I received IWLCA Defender of the year,
  • NE10 Defensive player of the year,
  • ILWomen Division II Defender of the year,
  • First Team All-Star,
  • First team All-American,
  • First Team All-North Region,
  • NE10 All Conference First team,
  • MVP of NE10 Tournament.
    • I also lead the team in ground ball with (37),
    • Draw controls (63)
    • Caused another team high (38)turnovers.

My last year at Adelphi

  • I was also awarded IWLCA Defender of the year,
  • NE10 Defensive player of the year,
  • ILWomenDivision II Defender of the year,
  • First Team All-Star,
  • First team All-American,
  • First Team All-North Region,
  • NE10 All Conference First team,
  • Won my 3rd National championship.


  • Head Coach at Nassau Community College Woman's Lacrosse Program
  • Jesters Head Coach

Previously Coached at

  • Holy Trinity High School
  • Long Island Express
  • New Hyde Park High School


  • Massapequa High School
  • Molloy College
  • Long Island Yellow Jackets


  • BA in Elementary and Special Education
  • MA in Literacy


  • Member of the Metro Lacrosse Foundation
  • Originally from: Massapequa, NY
  • Graduated from: Massapequa High School
  • Hobbies: Lacrosse, Lifeguarding, Beach, Boat
  • Supported by Husband, Brian

Personal Info

  • Has one brother,Michael
  • Daughter of Neil and Linda Varricchio
  • Majoring in Education


Maria Varrricchio


  • Appeared in 17 games (14starts)
  • Slotted second on the team in assists(23)
  • Fourth in points (31)
  • Amassed five points (2 G,3 A) in a 19-7 win against St. Thomas Aquinas College on Mar.30
  • Had seven points (3 G, 4 A) in a 23-8 rout of QueensCollege on Apr. 28
  • Dished out five assists in a 24-4 blowoutof Lake Erie College on May. 9


  • Stepped onto the field in 15 games (one start)
  • Earned 24 points (14 G, 10 A) on the year
  • Tallied a hat trick in a 21-7 win over Chestnut Hill Collegeon Mar. 7
  • Posted seven points (3 G, 4 A) in an 18-9 drubbing ofSt. Thomas Aquinas on Apr. 14.

HILLBURN, N.Y. (Apr. 14, 2009)

Sophomore attacker Maria Varricchio (Massapequa, N.Y.) posted a game-best seven points off of four assists and three goals to send the Molloy College women's lacrosse team past St. Thomas Aquinas College, 18-9, in an East Coast Conference match-up at the Torne Valley Sports Complex on Tuesday afternoon in Hillburn, N.Y. Varricchio also caused two turnovers and picked up one ground ball in the Lions' second consecutive victory.


  • Started four of 16 contests
  • Accumulated 21 points (11 G, 10 A)
  • Picked up aseason-high six points (2G, 4A) in a 19-5 victory over Assumption College on Apr. 20.

Prior to Molloy

  • Attended Massapequa High School, where she played field hockey, basketball and lacrosse
  • Recipient of the Unsung Hero Award for field hockey.

Draw Control Coach

  • Northwestern all-time, and single season draw control record holder -third all-time in assists at Northwestern University
  • Tewaarton Top 25 nominee
  • 4th overall draft pic for the UWLX 2018 collegiate draft

Four-year letterwinner in High School

Also a four-year letterwinner in basketball and cross country

First Team All- American in 2012

Honor Roll student

Member of National Honor Society and an Academic All-American.


Starting attacker that returned after missing final eight games of 2014 season ... Finished second on the team and sixth in the Big Ten with a career-high 46 goals ... Added six assists to finish second on the team and 11th in the Big Ten with 52 points ... Scored at least two goals in 16 games, including 12 straight from March 29 to May 10 ... Capped the run of consecutive multi-goal games with a career-high five goals in the NCAA Tournament Second Round against Notre Dame on May 10 ... Scored four goals on three other occassions and three goals three times ... Scored game-winning goal with 13 seconds left in overtime to give the Wildcats a 9-8 win over No. 11 Penn on April 5 ... Academic All-Big Ten Selection.


Dynamic offensive scoring threat who moved from midfield to attack over the course of the season ... Named a second-team All-ALC honoree despite missing the last eight of 2014 games with an injury suffered on April 13 ... Was the team leader with 27 goals at the time of her injury ... Scored three points (2g, 1a) in NU's season-opening 13-12 victory over No. 8 Virginia ... Against Duke, set a career high with four goals, including the eventual game-winner ... Named the ALC Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 25 ... One goal and one assist vs. Notre Dame with a career-best three draw controls ... Recorded her second four-goal game and set a personal best with five points at Michigan ... Scored twice at Syracuse ... Scored three goals on three shots at No. 10 UMass ... Pair of goals in NU's upset of No. 1 North Carolina ... Scored a hat trick vs. Vanderbilt and netted two against Johns Hopkins ... Academic All-Big Ten.


Kayleigh Craig Regular contributor in Northwestern midfield, playing in 22 games with one start ... In her collegiate debut, contributed two ground balls and two caused turnovers to win over UMass ... Scored her first career goal off an 8-meter attempt vs. USC ... Notched a goal and first career assist in win at Johns Hopkins ... Recorded a ground ball and her first draw control at Navy ... One goal in win over No. 8 Penn State ... One caused turnover vs. Virginia ... Scored her fourth goal of the year in win over Duke and scored for a second straight game against Stanford ... Two ground balls at Florida ... Goal at Notre Dame ... Scored one goal vs. Penn ... Scored NU's first goal in her NCAA Tournament debut vs. Stanford ... Secured a draw control in NCAA quarterfinal victory over Penn State.


Born Kaleigh Anne Craig ... Daughter of Scott and Joan Craig ... Father played lacrosse (defense) at the University of Massachusetts and was a teammate of Northwestern volunteer assistant coach Scott Hiller ... Chose Northwestern over Princeton ... Played against current Wildcats Christina Esposito and Kara Mupo in high school ... Majoring in communications.


  • Northwestern University

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