Brittany Jackson is entering her 8th season as both a field hockey coach and English teacher at Dulaney High School. She is a former college athlete from Salisbury University and enjoys working with high school athletes. Coach Jackson has been a part of the Dulaney field hockey's program six straight runs to the state final four.
Kristi Korrow was a two-time captain for the Loyola College Greyhounds. Her defensive unit was ranked #1 in the country her junior year and Kristi was team leader in groundballs and draw controls for two consecutive years. During her four years at Loyola College, she played in two Final Fours and four NCAA tournaments.
Her coaching career began at Dulaney High School in 2005, and Coach Korrow has made multiple trips to the county, regional, and state tournaments with her Dulaney High School team. Her team won the state championship in 2005, 2006, and 2016. The program has grown in strength over the years and they are always competitive in post-season play. She has graduated players to multiple Division I, II, and III schools for lacrosse including Loyola University, University of Maryland, Syracuse, Boston University, Dartmouth, Northwestern, Army, Navy, University of Florida, St. Mary’s, and Salisbury University to name a few. Coach Korrow was recently inducted into the Greater Baltimore Lacrosse Hall of Fame as a coach.
Meredith Lott is entering her 3rd season as the Dulaney High School Varsity Field Hockey Head Coach and her 13th season coaching field hockey overall. Last season the DHS Field Hockey team once again reached the final four in the state tournament and she hopes to continue the program's success. Meredith was a Physical Education and Health teacher within BCPS but recently stepped away from education to stay home with her two young children. Meredith is also the Commissioner for Cockeysville Rec Council Field Hockey. She enjoys coaching the game of field hockey and watching athletes grow and progress both on and off the field. She enjoys teaching the skills and strategies of the game of field hockey to young athletes in hopes that the sport will grow in our community.