Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 1/13/20
From Staff Report
Harriton has named Rebecca Cartee-Haring as its girls’ lacrosse coach.
Cartee-Haring was head coach at Central Bucks West in 2019, leading the Bucks to a 14-6 record and a share of the Suburban one National Conference title.
She replaces George Dick, who guided the Rams to the PIAA Class AAA championship in 2019 and was named Phillylacrosse.com Coach of the Year for the second time (also in 2013 when he led the Rams to their first state crown).
Cartee-Haring graduated from Hatboro-Horsham and was captain of both the 1993 basketball and lacrosse teams.
She was a three-year starter at low defense at Rutgers and earned Most Improved Player in 1997. She served as a Rutgers captain in 1998, helping the team earn second at the ECAC tournament and a national ranking of 14th.
At Rutgers, Cartee-Haring was a four-time Scholar Athlete Award winner, earning the President’s Award and Governor’s Award for consecutive Scholar Athlete wins and a 4.0 GPA. In 1997, she was part of the NJ National Tournament Team and in 1998 she was recognized as an Academic All-American.
Cartee-Haring graduated from Rutgers with a B.A. in English and a Master’s in Education and returned to teach at Hatboro-Horsham where she was also an assistant lacrosse coach for two years.
In 2007, Cartee-Haring moved to teach English at Central Bucks West and in 2013 she took on the roll of assistant Varsity and head JV coach for the Bucks. During that time, she was also active in Central Bucks Athletic Association’s lacrosse organization, coaching players from 2nd through 8th grade. From 2015-2017 she also ran and coached the LaxEDGE Girls’ Lacrosse Club based out of Doylestown.