Connie started playing lacrosse in seventh grade at Friends' Central School in the early 1960s. She played under Kathy Heinze at Wilson College from 1969-72, for South 1 from 1970-73, and for Philly 1 from 1974- 80, where she was captain of the team for several years.
She was a member of the US Squad for 10 years, serving as team captain in 1975, '76, and '78. She captained the undefeated 1975 US Touring Team to Great Britain which was the first US team to defeat England on it's own soil.
Connie's coaching career includes stints at Wilson College, George School, Friends' Central, and Clemson University's club team. From 1990-93, she coached Japan's National Teams, including Japan's first World Cup Team 1993. Her time in Japan enabled her to carry on what Jackie Pitts and others had started, leading to the Japanese Lacrosse Association's having sufficient confidence and organization to host the 1997 World Cup.
Connie's service to lacrosse includes 20 years as an umpire, including the Japan Friendship Games 1990-94, leadership of various USWLA Committees, clinician for USWLA and IFWLA, assisting with the visiting Under-19 team from Japan in 1995. She recently moved to South Carolina where she hopes to help develop the game in the Deep South.