McDaniel Coaching Staff
A successful player and coach at every level, Lagana returned home to take the reins of the Green Terror soccer program in 2012.
She immediately made an impact on the program, leading the team to a 4-0 start for the first time since 2000. Her 2012 squad finished with seven wins – the most since 2006.
In her first six years on the Hill, she has posted a record of 75-34-12, including five straight 10-win campaigns and five straight postseason appearances to become the program’s all-time winningest coach.
In 2016, she guided the squad to the best record in program history with an 18-3-1 mark. The squad also earned the Centennial Conference (CC) tournament top seed with the regular-season crown and punched its second straight trip to the NCAA tournament, where the squad reached the third round. The Green Terror finished the season ranked No. 15 in the NSCAA national poll and third in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Three times she has been named the CC Coach of the Year (2013, 2015, 2016) and was the NSCAA Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year in 2013 for her accomplishments in building the program from unranked to national and regional rankings.
She has led the program to new heights in each of her seasons at the helm. In 2013, she guided the squad to its first CC tournament appearance. Her squad also earned an ECAC South tournament bid, finishing the season 13-6-1 for the program’s first winning season since 2004. In 2014, Lagana led the Green Terror to the ECAC South tournament final. In 2015, it was the CC semifinals and first NCAA tournament berth.
For an encore after the record-setting year of 2016, her squad once again spent time in the national poll, rising as high as 16th, and reached the CC semifinals and NCAA tournament for the third straight year.
She has coached the program’s first All-Americans, nine all-region selections and 23 all-conference honorees in the past six years.
Prior to her arrival on the Hill, Lagana served as the head women’s soccer at Ferrum from 2007-11. She spent five seasons building the Panthers into a perennial playoff contender in the USA South Athletic Conference. In her tenure, Lagana produced 10 all-conference players, two all-state players and the program's second ever all-region selection. In 2010, she guided Ferrum to an 11-6-1 record, which was the program's best finish since 1998. The Panthers' third-place finish in the USA South standings was the highest ever, earning the team its first home playoff game. In 2011, she made it back-to-back winning season – the first time that occurred since 1997-98. Her five conference wins in each of the last two seasons were the most in program history. A six-game winning in 2010 was tied for the longest winning streak in program history.
A Sykesville, Md., native, Lagana graduated as Class Valedictorian from South Carroll High School in 2000. Following graduation, she played soccer and lacrosse at Bridgewater.
An All-ODAC selection after leading the Eagles with 11 goals and 22 points as a senior, she was also named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District III second team. An all-conference selection in both soccer and lacrosse, she cracked the top 10 in nearly every offensive category, including her 62 career points and 28 career goals.
She holds her NSCAA Premier Diploma and is part of the NSCAA State coaching staff.
Lagana graduated from Bridgewater in 2004 with a bachelor of arts in communication studies. She earned her masters of science in kinesiology and recreation studies with concentrations in athletic administration and coaching from James Madison in Dec. 2006.
Kirschenmann joins the coaching staff in 2017 after a successful playing career for the Green Terror.
Kirschenmann appeared in 79 games as a Green Terror, scoring 25 goals and adding seven assists. She led the team in scoring in during both her junior (11) and senior (8) seasons and was tabbed all-conference both years. She earned all-region accolades as a captain her senior year. She was a key part of the most successful class in program history, reaching the ECAC final in 2014 and the NCAA tournament in each of the last three season that included a third-round appearance in 2016.
She currently holds her U.S. Soccer "F" and "E" Licenses and is working towards her "D" License. Last spring, she interned with the McDaniel coaching staff. Prior to that, she has interned with FC Frederick, Freedom and Alliance Soccer Clubs.
Katie graduated magna cum laude in the spring with a bachelor of science in kinesiology. She is currently working towards her masters in the same field at McDaniel.
Boussy joins the Green Terror staff with more than 15 years of experience coaching goalkeepers. A four-year standout keeper at Boston College, he has local roots. The Eagle from 1989-92 still ranks second all-time in saves (323), third in minutes played (5,453), fourth in wins (27) and eighth in shutouts (11).
Boussy recorded 48 career shutouts as the varsity goalkeeper at Oakland Mills High School, winning three state championships in the process. He earned all-metro and all-state accolades and was named the Baltimore Sun and Washington Post Player of the Year.
In 2016, Boussy coached the Green Terror's first All-American goalkeeper, Sarah McDonald.
Boussy holds his U.S. Soccer “C” License and NSCAA National Goalkeeping Diploma. He is currently the Director of Coaching with the local area Freedom Soccer Club.
Scott joined the Green Terror staff in 2017 and returns for his second season on the sidelines in 2018 from UMBC, where he was a four-year starter on the Retreivers' men's soccer team.
He helped UMBC to three straight America East conference titles and an appearance in the 2014 College Cup semifinals before serving as a team captain in 2015. An all-conference as a senior and all-academic selection, he graduated third all-time in career appearances (80) for the Retrievers.
He currently plays for Christos F.C. in Baltimore. With Christos, his squad earned the Maryland Majors champions each of the last two years, won numerous regional titles and was crowned USASA national champion in 2016.
Scott currently holds his U.S. Soccer "F", grassroots, 7v7 and 11v11 licenses and is in the process of working towards his "D" License. He also holds his Level 1 and 2 coaching badges from the Scottish FA. In the Spring of 2017, he also served as a volunteer assistant at his alma mater. This most recent spring, he interned with assistant coach Brian Boussy as the Director of Coaching at Freedom Soccer Club.
A native of Fife, Scotland, Scott twice represented his regional side as captain in the Scottish national tournament reaching the final on both occasions (2010 and 2011). In 2011, he also represented the Scotland U-18 School’s team, who won the Centennial Shield for the first time in 20 years.
Scott played for numerous professional academies, including Dunfermline Athletic, Heart of Midlothian, East Fife and most recently for Livingston F.C. During his time at Livingston, Scott helped the team clinch the SYFA U-19 title with back-to-back championships between 2010-12. After graduating high school, Scott was a full-time apprentice with Livingston before coming to UMBC. He also started a game for the full professional side in March 2012, helping guide them to a 3-1 win over Greenock Morton.
He graduated cum laude from UMBC in 2016 with a bachelor of science in financial economics and management accounting certification. He is currently working towards his masters in kinesiology.