Kylee Reade-White
Born: May 1, 1979
Discipline: Lacrosse
Years Active: 1994 - Current
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Kylee Reade-White

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  • Born in London, May 1, 1979 (nee Reade)
  • Attended Banting Secondary School
  • A multi-sport athlete, including hockey and lacrosse, competing during her development years against and with both boys and girls
  • Won an all-Ontario hockey championship with the London Devilettes
  • Played lacrosse with the London Blue Devils male program helping her team to three zone titles and one provincial championship
  • Lacrosse highlights included: a member of Team Ontario winning three national junior titles; played for Canada in five consecutive World Lacrosse Championships winning Bronze in 2009 and Silver in 2013
  • Her standout play led to a scholarship to Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio where she was a star player on the lacrosse team and also co-captained the school’s first women’s hockey team
  • A star in the classroom, too, as a three time academic All-Big-Ten honoree
  • Her Ohio State playing career led to coaching at the game’s highest levels, first with the Canadian Junior lacrosse team and then at Culver Academy in Indiana, Stanford University, Loyola, back to Ohio State, and on to the head coaching position at San Diego State
  • The SDS media guide described Reade-White as “transformational” having started with a fledgling program and building it into a strong contender within its league

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