Amy Voettiner is the Director of  V – cut Lacrosse, LLC.  Coach Amy created V-cut Lacrosse with two goals in mind.  

She wanted to give Northern Virginia girls an opportunity to train for lacrosse indoors off-season while giving 

them exposure to college, high school and other high level lacrosse coaches and their programs.  She wanted

to give girls the opportunity to be recruited while improving their lacrosse skills simultaneously. 

Coach Amy's background in coaching spans over 20 years.  Coach Amy is US Lacrosse Level One and Level Two

certified and has her Positive Coaching Alliance certificate. She is also a US Lacrosse Certified Referee / Umpire. 

She has attended 6 US Lacrosse conventions where she was trained by some of the top US Lacrosse & college 

coaches.  Coach Amy coached two years as the Head Coach of The Wakefield School JV Girls Lacrosse team. 

She coached an undefeated 2018-2019 BattleLax team and a developmental 2023-25 BattleLAX Team for one year.

She played an instrumental part in building Manassas Battlefield Youth Lacrosse, as well as forming and making

the Brigade organization strong.  She served on the Brigade Youth Lacrosse Board for years.  Coach Amy coached 6 very

successful years of MBYL/Brigade lacrosse, and took her team to the championship of NVYLL three of those years.   Coach Amy has run off-season indoor lacrosse winter training for 6 years.  She conducts training and brings in current college coaches, post-college lacrosse players, US Lacrosse coaches and high school coaches from around the Northern Virginia area to train and recruit the V-cut Lacrosse girls.  The training sessions have been very successful and the girls have a ton of fun while improving their lacrosse IQ, stick skills and they are being recruited and prepared for high school and college all at the same time.

 Amy Voettiner graduated from the University of Minnesota with a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications.  She also has a Masters in Leadership & Management from Webster University in St. Louis, MO.  She worked for Anheuser-Busch, Inc. in media and sports marketing for 10+ years.  She was the Director of Advertising for Becoming Family Magazine in Chicago.  Currently, she works for 1st Degree as the Media Strategist and resides in Haymarket, VA with her family. Her son plays golf at the College of William & Mary and her daughter plays lacrosse at Colorado College.

Coach Amy Voettiner wants to help promote the love of the game of lacrosse!

Coach Amy and Coach Sarah Aschenbach, US Lacrosse U19 Asst. Coach,

and a 2014 Winter Lacrosse Training high school group.  

Coach Amy with her assistant coaches and a 2014

winter lacrosse training youth group.  

Coach Amy and Coach Sarah Aschenbach with the Tewaaraton Award. The award is given annually to the most outstanding America college lacrosse player.

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