Natalie Draham

This is my 2nd year as Assistant Varsity Coach for the Abington High School Girls Lacrosse team

Natalie, originally from Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, was a three-time varsity letter winner in field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse at Wissahickon High School. Natalie served as a captain on her field hockey team her senior year and on her lacrosse team both junior and senior years. Throughout her high school career, Natalie was one of the top midfielders on her team in goals, assists and draw controls. Her senior year of high school she received the Distinguished Female Athlete Award presented by the United States Marine Corps for displaying courage, poise, self-confidence and leadership as a high school athlete. Natalie continued playing lacrosse at Bloomsburg University for all four years at the Division II level. In 2012, her junior year, she assisted her team in winning the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) championship where they were the sixth seed in the tournament, and also the lowest seeded team to win a PSAC title in conference history. Natalie also was a PSAC Scholar Athlete her junior and senior years of college. She graduated in 2013 with a B.S. in Audiology/Speech Pathology and a concentration in Exceptional Individuals. Natalie has coached both field hockey and lacrosse in local township recreational leagues and has assisted in running lacrosse clinics in college. She received her Masters of Education in Applied Behavior Analysis with an Autism Endorsement Certificate from Arcadia University in December of 2017. Natalie is currently a Behavior Consultant for QDS, a private behavior therapy practice, where she is pursuing her BCBA. This is her second year as the Assistant Varsity Coach for the Abington High School Girls Lacrosse team.