Jel went to Lake Brantley High School where she graduated in 2012. While there, she was a 4-year letter winner for the women’s lacrosse team. During her senior year she was named Lake Brantley’s best attacker 11′-12′, First team all-conference/first-team all-district, won the Gary Hayes Memorial Award, and was named to the Orlando Senior All-Star team.
After High School, she continued her lacrosse career at Rollins College as a part of the class of 2016. She played attack from freshman to junior year and then senior year, played defense. While at Rollins she was named to the SSC Commissioners honor roll and became a 2x Athletic Director’s Honor Roll honoree. In her senior year, she helped the Tars to get to the NCAA tournament.
Once graduated, Jel began to coach in the Orlando area. She was the Assistant Varsity Coach at Winter Park for four seasons from spring of 2017 to spring of 2020. Jel has coached M&D Orlando for two years. In her first year, she coached the 2025 Black Team, and in year two focused on coaching Winter Ball. Jel is excited to be back with a team for her 3rd year with the club. In her spare time, she enjoys drinking pina coladas and gettin’ caught in the rain.
Eden grew up in Marietta, GA where she played Varsity Women’s Lacrosse at Lassiter High School from 2014-2017. She went on to play Division II women’s lacrosse at Rollins College from 2017 until graduating in 2021 with a Major in Environmental Studies and a Minor in Biology. She was a starting offensive player for the Tars and every year the team was ranked top 10 in the Nation. In her senior year, she received second-team All-conference.
She began her coaching career for No Doubt Lacrosse in 2017 and moved on to Coach for Atlanta Storm Lacrosse from 2018 until 2019. She was an assistant coach, directed practices, and also provided recruiting insights to all interested players in the program. Many of the girls she coached have since committed to play lacrosse on Division I and II Women’s Lacrosse teams.