Rachel Reed resides in Kent County, Maryland. She is a 2013 graduate of Kent County High School where she played field hockey and lacrosse for all four years. After attending KCHS, Rachel continued to pursue her lacrosse career at Division III Elizabeth
town College (‘17). She was one of four players to see action in all 15 games her freshman year, also starting ten times. Due to knee injuries the following year(s), Rachel was limited to few games; although still managed to record numerous draw controls, ground balls, shots, and goals each season.
Alongside her athletic success, Rachel earned a Bachelors in Psychology, with a minor in Business and was a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success. Upon graduating, Rachel continued to stay involved in both field hockey and lacrosse in Queen Anne’s County and with Lady Blue Crab lacrosse club, among other club and recreational coaching experiences. While coaching, Rachel continued her educational career as well; earning a Master’s Degree and a Specialist Certificate in School Psychology from Bowie State University.
Currently, Rachel works for the Capital School District as an Elementary School Psychologist. She is the head lacrosse coach for the 2028 Lady Blue Crabs team, an assistant lacrosse coach at Odessa High School, and works lacrosse camps/clinics throughout the year in Middletown, Delaware with Takeover Lacrosse.