Lisa Black ’77 honed her defensive stick handling skills in field hockey and lacrosse under the watchful guidance of former coach and athletic director Muriel E. Brock. The Knights played a formidable defense in the late ‘70s, a testament to Brock’s coaching her players on how to cover the field and control the ball.
University Liggett School will publicly kick off its $50 million Sure Foundations fundraising campaign on Saturday, May 14, on the school’s new athletic fields. During the event, Liggett will honor longtime Coach Muriel E. Brock by naming the girls’ lacrosse and field hockey field in her honor.
University Liggett School has launched a major fundraising initiative to name one of its new athletics fields in honor of beloved former coach and athletic director Muriel Brock.
Liggett plans to name its new field hockey and girls’ lacrosse field in honor of Brock, who coached girls’ varsity field hockey and served as the girls’ athletic director for 36 years. An inspirational, much-loved leader, Brock oversaw the athletics program during a time of tremendous change in women’s sports.
University Liggett School is a private preschool and kindergarten through 12th grade college preparatory school in Metro Detroit that is nationally recognized for its innovative curriculum and arts and athletics offerings.