The EULC Commitee are constantly working hard behind the scenes to make sure the club runs as smoothly as possible. Without all of its members volunteering their free time, the club would grind to a halt. Our committee is twenty strong this year and I am confident that this group has the passion to take the club further than it has ever been before.
Meet the Committee
Women's Club Captain
Meg is a 3rd year Psychology student. She joined EULC in 2019 and has been a loyal member of the 4s and Mixed team Best. Last year she vice-captained the 4s and was one of the Social Secs.
This year as Women's Club Captain she hopes to bring the club back to its pre-COVID glory. She's looking forward to working with the rest of the committee to make sure traditions from previous years are upheld whilst new exciting plans are implemented.
'When I joined as a fresher, lacrosse allowed me to meet some of my best friends as everyone is so friendly and welcoming. The memories I've made at training, matches or socials have been some of my favourite moments at uni. I want to give incoming members the same opportunities I was given and make them love EULC as much as I do!'
Men's Club Captain
Ben is a 3rd year studying Economics and Finance. He joined EULC in 1st year, has played for each Men's team and captained Mixed team Bill last year.
This year as Club Captain he's looking forward to helping to bring the club back from the very strange year with COVID and ensure that everyone has fun on and off the field.
'EULC has really made my time as uni. I've always had such a great time playing and at socials, and made great friends. This is part of the reason I wanted to become Club Captain so that I can give back to the club.'
General & Alumni Sec
Miranda is in 3rd year studying Geography & Sustainability. She joined EULC in first year, playing in the 3s and getting involved in mixed. Last year she played she was a member of the 2s, captain of mixed team Bill and coached the development and beginners squads. She'll be vice of the 2s and continue as Bill captain.
Her role will be predominantly administrative, supporting club captains with general running of the club. She's looking forward to bringing and sharing her knowledge about all aspects of the club to a core committee position, using her previous exposure to help align the men's and women's playing sides.
'EULC has been integral to my uni experience, providing a space to meet some of my closest friends, whilst playing a sport I love! I've loved the responsibility of coaching and playing alongside supportive and like-minded individuals.'
Annie is a 4th year Liberal Arts student. She joined EULC in first year and has played for the Ladies 1s and 2s.
As the Treasurer for EULC this year, she's looking after the club finances. She is hoping to continue to build the club from strength to strength and re-implement some pre-covid traditions.
'The EULC has been such a big part of my uni experience, from playing BUCS to Wednesday nights at Gandy's. To any Freshers joining the club, get involved and have fun - we're one big family.'
George is in 2nd year studying Human Biosciences. He joined EULC last year after going to a taster session and picking up a lacrosse stick for the first time during Fresher's Week. This year he'll be playing for the Men's and captaining Mixed team Best.
Alongside the other Social Secs he'll be organising and running weekly socials and also dinners. So far he's attended more socials than matches and will be sure to keep it this way this year.
'I'm looking forward to seeing all EULC members at Vaults every Wednesday night to ensure we make up for lost time, and that freshers get the best welcome to the club. Lish Lax Love.'
Charlie is a 2nd year studying Geography & Economics. He joined EULC from freshers week to play mixed in team Bill, then joined the men's team. He will run socials with the 3 others and other social events such as Christmas dinner. He's really looking forward to bringing back socials after a long time out, and has lots planned so head to Vaults on Wednesdays.
'The EULC has been great as you can play sport whilst socialising. With it being one big club there are so many different opportunities and the socials are bigger and better.'
Poppy is going into 2nd year studying Psychology with Sport and Exercise Science. She joined EULC last year and despite restrictions was still able to play some mixed lacrosse.
She's looking forward to bringing loads of fun Wednesday nights and some new ideas to the club to keep up its great reputation.
'I have made so many new friends which I wouldn't have met, and am playing a new sport which I thoroughly enjoy!'
Iona is a 2nd year studying History of Art. She joined EULC in 1st year and despite Covid restrictions she was able to play for the 4s team.
As one of the four Social Secs, she's looking forward to bringing new and exciting ideals socials that could hardly happen last year, whilst maintaining EULC traditions.
'EULC is the best club to join as it's full of so many friendly people, lacrosse is such a sociable sport and I made many new friends even without socials.'
Media & PR Sec
Imo is a 2nd year studying Sport and Exercise Medical Sciences. She is captain of the 2s having been a member since freshers, and has also played for mixed team Modge.
She hopes to use EULC's social media platforms to show prospective members how great the club really is, and keep current members and followers updated about the club, including reporting BUCS results and info about charity or social events. If you see that any matches are being played at home, come support the teams!
'EULC is such a tight-knit club that's given me some unforgettable uni memories. Make sure to come prepared with some themed outfits for socials, just not the colour purple!'
Millie is a 2nd year studying Biology. In first year she was a member of the 2s and also played mixed.
As Charity Sec, she will continue to raise donations for our chosen local and national charities with events including Movember and March Madness. She's looking forward to bringing new events and to hopefully raise even more money than previous years.
'I couldn't imagine first year without EULC. With most other aspects of university put on hold, lacrosse kept me sane. We're always looking for new ideas and input into any aspects of charity!'
Anna is a 2nd year Liberal Arts student. She has been a member of the Women's 1s and got involved in mixed lacrosse too.
As one of the Charity Secs, she will organise events to raise as much money as possible for our chosen charities, and is looking forward to finding different and fun ways to raise money.
'EULC is a great way to keep busy and meet new people in all years.'
Welfare & Inclusion Sec
Celia is in 3rd year studying History. She joined EULC in freshers and has been a member of Mixed team Bill and captain of the 5s this last year.
She will support all EULC members and hopes that should they need, they will feel able to reach out and have a coffee, chat or walk with someone from the Welfare team. She will be introducing lax families to create a more inclusive environment between teams and encourage beginners and social members to also get involved in all aspects of the club.
'I have made some of my closest uni friends through EULC and can't wait to be on committee and help everyone feel as welcomed and included as I have over the past couple years.'
Alice is studying Natural Sciences in second year. She joined EULC in 2020 as a fresher and has been a member of the 1s.
As Stash Sec she'll be supplying lots of stash and can't wait to see you all in your fresh garments around campus and on the pitch! She's mostly looking forward to bringing crocs to her role in EULC.
'I love EULC because it's the best club around. There's so much variety from fab socials to mixed lax and of course competitive BUCS. The club gave me pals for life and made it so much easier for me to settle in during my first term at uni.'
Men's playing Captain
Lukas is a 3rd year Business and Management student. He joined EULC in 2019 and plays for the Men's 1s. Last year he captained Mixed team Alpha, was the Men's 1s vice captain, and Men's Development coach.
He's looking forward to bringing men's lacrosse back to a high level to compete with the best teams, whilst bringing in as many new players as possible to grow the men's side. He wants to ensure that along with the committee, he makes an impact on the entire club to help EULC continue to excel as one of the most fun and successful sport clubs at Exeter.
'Having been part of EULC since the start of my university journey, it's been a big part of my life where I've made lifelong friends, played a sport I'm passionate about and enjoyed some of the best socials at uni. You would be crazy not to give EULC a chance #bleedgreen.'
Women's playing Captain
Flora is a 3rd year studying Geography. She has been very involved in both Women's and Mixed lacrosse .
Starting as a member of the 2s in first year, she has progressed to take on the role of the 1s Captain in which she will be supporting as many teams as possible to get to BUCS Finals. She will bring her massive love for lacrosse and EULC to the role.
'EULC has always been so much fun. I've made some amazing friends and to be honest it's just all round legendary.'
Mixed Men's Captain
Luke is a 4th year Law student. He joined EULC in 2nd year while looking for an opportunity to play a new sport. He started in the Men's 3s and eventually progressed to the 1s and was soon offered the opportunity to play for Wales. EULC prepared him for the opportunities lacrosse offers to play at higher levels. He has also been mixed team Bill captain.
As Mixed Captain, he hopes to build on the success of Mixed which significantly contributes to the social atmosphere of the club. He'll run mixed sessions and organise mixed weekends, and along with Amelia will cultivate an environment suitable to players at all levels.
'EULC offers the perfect mix of relaxed fun and structured sport for those looking for a bit of intensity and chance to play competitively for the University.'
Mixed Women's Captain
Amelia is a 3rd year Civil Engineering student. She has been a member of EULC since freshers and has yet to miss, or lose, a mixed game. Last year she was the captain of Mixed team Bill.
She is very excited to be mixed captain this year with Luke and allow everyone to have fun playing lacrosse no matter their ability.
'I can't wait to have some great training sessions and hopefully fun and competitive matches!'