DARIEN, Conn. – Lisa Lindley, head coach of the Darien High girls varsity lacrosse team, has been placed on administrative leave, according to superintendent Stephen Falcone. Lindley did not coach Thursday’s state playoff game in Guilford. It cannot be confirmed as to why Lindley is absent. She was seen yelling at her goalie, Caylee Waters, and grabbing her helmet and shoving her during a timeout in the conference championship game May 25. Darien went on to win the title over Greenwich, 17-14. Lindley has been the Darien High girls varsity lacrosse coach for 18 years and has guided the Blue Wave to 11 conference titles and five state titles. Lindley is also a physical education teacher at Middlesex Middle School.
Can chicks be a hardo? Because this butch is a hardo and a half. Wants a pair of balls so bad she can taste it. Just grabbing her goalie by the face mask and getting in her grill mix like it’s 1952. Acting like girl’s lacrosse is life and death. Hey you don’t win five state titles and 11 conference titles by playing paddy cakes with bitches. Sometime you get to get in a slut’s face. This dyke can coach me up anyday. Lax on top of lax on top of lax.
PS – If this coach slaps a chick on the ass is that sexual harassment? It should be right?
Double PS – How do girls even play lacrosse? Is seems WAY to complicated for them. Should stick with field hockey.