Coach Dominique is from Highlands Ranch, Colorado where she started playing lacrosse in the 6th grade. She was a varsity letter winner all four years at Valor Christian High School while also playing softball and running track. As a freshman in high school, she competed in the Maverik Showtime where she was selected to compete in the All-Star showcase.
Coach Dominique was recruited to play Division 1 lacrosse for the University of Colorado. During her time at CU, Coach Dominique was part of 2 NCAA Tournament appearances. She was also part of the first-ever Pac-12 Women’s Lacrosse season champions from in 2018. She also had the opportunity to compete with the Buffs in Australia against the National Australia Women’s lacrosse team.
Outside of her competitive career, Coach Dominique is a US Lacrosse referee having officiated 5th to 12th-grade players for eight years. She also coached Boulder Valley lacrosse, assisted in camps and clinics, and also did personal training for high school players.
Since graduation, Coach Dominique moved to Austin and was the Head JV Girls Lacrosse Coach for Westwood during the 2021-2022 season.
Jules recently moved to the Austin area from New Jersey and comes from a heavy sports background. She started playing basketball ultimately making her way to lacrosse playing both competitive club as a defender and high school lacrosse as an attacker. She continued her lacrosse career at Ursinus College, an NCAA Division III school where she played Attack all four years and graduated with a degree in Media and Communications.
Throughout her college years and after graduation she coached both T3 Lacrosse and Mad Dog Lacrosse club teams until joining the workforce in the Talent Acquisition space and finally making her way back to her love of lacrosse. She is super excited to be a part of the Westwood Women’s Lacrosse coaching staff and is ready to be both a coach and a mentor to the team.