Stacey Morlang Sullivan is a member of the current Australian Women's Lacrosse Squad, training for the 2022 Lacrosse Women's World Championships being hosted by the USA in July 2022.
Stacey has had sustained a long career on the pitch both domestically, collegiately, and internationally. Having played in three World Cups, earning herself gold, silver, and bronze medals. Stacey is a 2-time Australian Team Captain and 3-time All-World Team selection.
Stacey was recruited to Loyola University, Maryland, USA on a Division 1 scholarship and helped change the model of what a collegiate women's lacrosse player could be. She remains the only Loyola played to score more than 60 goals in three consecutive seasons (200 through 2002); she also had more than 80 points in each of those years. She was Loyola's first Tewaarton Trophy finalist for national player of the year and led her Loyola Hounds to two final four's throughout her four years. Stacey was inducted into the 2016 Loyola Hall of Fame class.
After graduation, Stacey served as an assistant coach at Loyola for several seasons before returning home with her American husband, to play for her country and give back to the sport that gave her so much.
Stacey has just recently finished her role as Head Coach of the U19 Australian Women's Lacrosse Team helping them win Bronze in the 2019 World Championships. Aside from this Stacey has spent the last 15 years coaching and mentoring players at her local club Newport Ladies Lacrosse Club, as well as coaching and playing for her State.
Stacey is currently the Head Coach and Player for Newport Ladies Lacrosse Club State League Premier Team along with being the Director of Coaching for the club.
Aside from this, professionally, Stacey has built a successful lifestyle business, Show + Tell, for the last 10 years creating content that connects women through raw, honest, and authentic conversations.
Stacey is also the mother of three young boys, Raff, 10, Jarvie, 7, and Mack, 4.