• 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.