Bonnie Conklin

Bonnie Conklin

Bonnie Conklin graduated Suffern High School as an All-American only to continue as a four year starter at George Mason University. Graduating in 1999 with All-American and 1st team All-CAA honors, Bonnie moved into coaching giving two years to James Madison University, reaching the Final Four in the 2000 NCAA Tournament, losing to Princeton in the semi-finals. She coached 5 collegiate All-Americans on that team. Her 2001 James Madison squad were CAA champions and lost by 1 goal to UMD in the quarter-finals of the NCAA tournament. Coach Conklin played for the Maryland Thunder, the first professional women’s lacrosse exhibition game in 2001 at the Capital Center in Washington, D.C. She currently works per diem at New York Presbyterian Hospital Cornell as a registered nurse on the labor & delivery unit.Bonnie has been a prominent part of the Metro staff since 1999.  Coach Conklin resides in Suffern, New York with her three children and is on the coaching staff at Suffern High School.  Bonnie is the head coach of the Metro Pixie Sticks team, co-head coach of the Metro Magic 2020 team, and assistant recruiting coordinator.

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