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Right now, we’re facing an unprecedented situation with COVID-19 in our community and nation. While the immediate and long-term impact of this unprecedented event is still unfolding, we want to reinforce that we’re here to support you and your daughters in any way that we can. We are moving forward as usual to prepare for the summer season, as well as developing contingency plans for the spring season if needed.

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Eat Well, Do Good

UPCOMING Dine & Donate Fundraisers for Game Hair Havoc..check back soon for dates & locations!

Summer 2020 Schedule for Touranment, Practices & Other Events...please note practice times/dates are tentative



Game Hair Havoc is an online fundraising campaign encouraging players and teams to style their Game Hair in an effort to raise awareness and funds for families affected by cancer.

HEADstrong made history in 2019 together through Game Hair Havoc.  A monumental campaign, focused on the empowerment of athletes. Driven by people like you, we created a viral social media call to action which engaged over 16,000,000 participants in more than 35 countries across the world.  The campaign raised over $176,000  and generated more than 94,000,000 profile views.  It also allowed us to achieve the largest social media audience among cancer charities in the US!

Game Hair Havoc has officially begun and runs from February 17th 2020 - March 31st 2020. Watch the video clip about the campaign and learn more about our campaign leader Steph Finley below.

Watch the video clip about the campaign and learn more about our spokesperson Steph Finley below. Proceeds will directly support families overcome by cancer through the essential services provided by the HEADstrong Foundation.

Lacrosse Star, Radnor HS Coach, Cancer Survivor, Stephanie Finley, leads Game Hair Havoc

In March of 2018 Stephanie Finley was diagnosed with Chordoma, a rare cancer that occurs in the bones of the skull base and spine.  Chordoma occurs in 1/1,000,000 people with cancer.  Over the past 15 months Stephanie has undergone multiple surgeries and procedures to minimize her tumors.  She and her family began working closely with the HEADstrong Foundation upon her diagnosis and together created Game Hair Havoc to make a difference.

Learn more about Steph below! 

Congratulations Lauren!

Lauren Donofrio, 2020, has verbally committed to play at George Mason University. Lauren is one of our original 2020 HEADstrong players that started with our club in 2015. Lauren, who not only excels on field being a four-sport varsity athlete, she also excels in classroom and was recently inducted in the National Honor Society at Wissahickon High School. We are so proud of you and cannot wait to watch you take the field at George Mason with one of best college coaches.

Celebrating another of our student-athletes on this National Girls & Women in Sports. Congratulations to Alexa Juska of HEADstrong Philly Girls 2020, who has verbally committed to play lacrosse at Slippery Rock University. Another multi-sport student athl

Congratulations Alexa!

Congratulations to Alexa Juska of HEADstrong Philly Girls 2020, who has verbally committed to play lacrosse at Slippery Rock University.  Another multi-sport student athlete, Alexa is a two sport varsity athlete at North Penn HS and plans to study Physical Therapy at Slippery Rock. ALEXA, we cannot wait to see you playing at that next level.