New England Command

The Command are a Women's Professional Lacrosse League (WPLL) professional women's field lacrosse team. They have played in the WPLL since the 2018 season. In the 2018 season, the five teams in the WPLL played in a barnstorming format, with all five teams playing at a single venue, and the Command were the inaugural champions.

LeagueWomen's Professional Lacrosse League
Team historyNew England Command
Based inBoston, Massachusetts
Head coachAmy Patton
General managerAlice Lee
Division titles1 (2018)
WebsiteNew England Command


99 Emily Leitner GK University of Pennsylvania
81 Sarah Martin A University of Albany
63 Kierra Sweeney A Dartmouth College
34 Casey Pearsall M University of Notre Dame
33 Becca Block D Syracuse University
31 Bailey Mathis D Loyola University Maryland
29 Megan Douty D University of Maryland
28 Bridget Bianco GK Northwestern University
25 Katie Hertsch D Hofstra University
24 Sarah Lloyd M Princeton University
23 Steph Lazo A Penn State University
21 Kristin Igoe M Boston College
20 Taylor Hensh A University of Maryland
18 Taryn VanThof M Loyola University Maryland
16 Olivia Jenner A Duke University
15 Tanner Guarino M UMass Amherst
14 Ela Hazar A University of North Carolina
12 Kasey Behr M University of Virginia
9 Gabby Capuzzi M Ohio State University
8 Kara Mupo A Northwestern University
6 Izzy Nixon A Yale University
5 Katie O'Donnell M Penn State University
4 Kenzie Kent A Boston College


2018 seasonEdit

Date Opponent Home/Away Result Score
June 2 New York Fight Neutral W 13-10
June 9 Baltimore Brave Away L 6-15
June 24 Upstate Pride Away W 11-10 (OT)
June 28 Philadelphia Fire Home W 12-11


2019 seasonEdit

Date Opponent Home/Away Venue Result Score
June 1 Philadelphia Fire Home Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA W 11-8
June 15 Upstate Pride Neurtal River City Sports Complex, Richmond, VA L 5-18
June 24 New York Fight Neurtal Homewood Field, Baltimore, MD L 5-16
July 13 Baltimore Brave Away Ridley Athletic Complex, Baltimore, MD L 9-13


See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "TEAMS". Retrieved Apr 3, 2019.
  2. ^ "Results & Statistics". Retrieved Apr 3, 2019.
  3. ^ "SportsEngine".