TOP GUN GIRLS COACHES
Co-Director & 2023/2024 Coach
Kallie Muck started playing lacrosse in 3rd grade in Northern Virginia before moving to Kansas City where she played with Blue Valley Youth Lacrosse. She was an attacker and four-year Captain for the Blue Valley Titans Varsity team from 2008-2012 where she was named US Lacrosse All-American in 2012. In addition, Kallie competed for the US Lacrosse Central Women's Division National team and Under Armour Midwest All-American team in 2011 and made the US Lacrosse All-Star Senior team in 2012. During that time, she competed on multiple club teams like Kansas City Blue Lions Lacrosse and FCA Lacrosse.
She had the opportunity to play for Liberty University's NCAA DI Lacrosse program from 2012-2016. Kallie played attack her freshman year, earning VaSID All-State Rookie of the Year and Big South Freshman of the Week. She transitioned to midfield for the remainder of her collegiate career where she garnered a spot on the Big South Conference All-Tournament Team, Big South Conference Second Team and Big South Conference Pre-Season Team. In addition, she led her team as Captain her senior year and currently still holds the record for the Liberty Women's Lacrosse program in career starts (74).
Kallie served as the Women's Director for FCA Lacrosse in Baltimore, Maryland from 2016-2018 before overseeing FCA Lacrosse in the Midwest from 2018-2021. During that time, she took over the Blue Valley Titan's Girls Lacrosse program as Head Coach from 2018-2021 where she coached two US Lacrosse All-Americans, one US Lacrosse All-Academic player and 10 KCMGLA All-Metro players. She coached the JV team to a Championship in 2019 and the Varsity team to a KCMGLA Championship in 2021.
Kallie took over as the Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, KS from 2021-2022. In June of 2022, Kallie transitioned to the Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at William Jewell College in Liberty, MO. She is the first coach in program history, building a brand new NCAA DII lacrosse team, looking to compete in the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) in the Spring of 2024.
Co-Director & 2023/2024 Coach
Madeline Gilstrap competed for Rockhurst University's NCAA DII Women's Lacrosse program from 2013-2017. As an attacker, Madeline garnered a spot on the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Second Team All-RMAC in 2017, was named the IWLCA Scholar Athlete of the Year for NCAA DII in 2017, earned Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic Player of the Year in 2017 as well as earning CoSIDA Academic All-American Honors from 2015-2017. In addition, Madeline ranked in the Top 50 Points scored for NCAA DII in 2017 and is still the all-time leader in assists and points for Rockhurst Women's Lacrosse.
After graduating, Madeline was the Rockhurst University Women's Lacrosse Assistant Coach from 2017-2019. She transitioned to high school the following year, helping the Notre Dame de Sion Girl's Lacrosse program as an Assistant Coach. Currently, Madeline is the Head Coach for the Girl's Lacrosse program at Pembroke Hill.
Kristina Coppinger started playing lacrosse in 5th grade for the Brookside Badgers after her aunt, Mary Orndoff, gifted her an old women’s lacrosse stick. Coppinger played the following 3 years for the Prairie Village Outlaws. St. Teresa’s Academy was the place she called home for the next four years as she balanced Tennis, Basketball, Cross Country and Lacrosse in addition to classes, work and extracurriculars. Coppinger played on multiple club teams over her years in order to get seen by college coaches; The Kansas City Blue Lions, The Lakers, Brave, Brine Minnesota, MO22, VA Metro, Midwestern Force and FCA to name a few.
Arizona State University became her home in 2016 as she began her collegiate athletic career on the inaugural women’s lacrosse team. She was one of the only girls from the Midwest on the team from the time the team began to when she graduated in the spring of 2020 with a Bachelors in Science of Civil Engineering and a Minor in Sustainability from Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University. Over her time at ASU she joined the Gamma Phi chapter of Delta Gamma, wrote and defended her thesis on Liquefaction of Soils, and reconnected with her faith life.
Coppinger, a coach of 5 years, is excited to be back in Kansas City to pursue her career of Civil Engineering at Burns & McDonnell while also continuing her passion of coaching young women in the game that gave her so much. In addition to coaching with Midwest Top Gun, Kristina also coaches with KC Elevate and is a Volunteer Assistant Coach at St. Teresa's Academy.
Mackenzie Porter played at Hendrick High School in New York and was a two-time US Lacrosse All-American in 2017 and 2018, five-time all league and four-time all section. She produced a school-record of 870 saves during her scholastic career. Mackenzie finished her senior season with 146 saves, a 7.3 GAA, a .568 save percentage and 40 ground balls, leading the Sailors to the Section I Class C title game as the program finished with 13 wins during season. She also led the Sailors to a Section 1 Class C final during junior season. In 2016 and 2017 she was named Westchester/Putnam First-Team All-Star by the Journal News and in 2018 she was named First Team All-State by the New York State Sportswriters. Mackenzie is a four-time all-league selection, two-time all-section player and in 2020 was named NYS section 1 Goalkeeper of the Decade.
Prior to transferring to Missouri Western University (NCAA DII), Mackenzie played for Rutgers (NCAA DI) in New Jersey. She redshirted her freshman year in 2020.
After transferring to Missouri Western in 2021, she played and started all 13 games as a redshirt freshman. She finished the 2021 season with 143 saves, 15.38 goals against average and a .444 save percentage; which placed her second among starting keepers in the GLVC with her save percentage, and second in the GLVC and 18th in the nation in saves per game with 10.77. She led MWSU and the GLVC with 50 ground balls. She added seven caused turnovers and made a career-high 27 saves against Colorado-Colorado Springs (3/19/21), which was the most saves by a goalkeeper in Division II during. Mackenzie also made All-GLVC Second Team in 2021.