Vivianne Bolen


Vivianne Bolen joins the Centercourt CLC family after dedicating the past 20+ years to the growth of girls lacrosse in the Northeast.  Originally from Syracuse, NY, Bolen grew up in the Upstate New York lacrosse culture, which opened the door to her collegiate career at Rutgers University.  As a three-year starter on attack, Bolen anchored the Scarlet Knight offense as the team leader in assists her senior year and helped the program reach its highest national ranking in history (11th) at that time.

Bolen then took to the sidelines as an assistant coach for the University of Connecticut under Bonnie Rosen and for Drew University under Kim Christos (Coaching Staff of the Year; Conference Champions).  She went on to become the head coach at Westfield High School and then Mount Olive High School, where she recently resigned after 11 years as the head coach.  At MOHS, Bolen had the opportunity to coach several All-County and All-Conference players as well as future collegiate stars.  She led the program to three conference championships and was named Daily Record Coach of the Year and Mugs Media Coach of the Year.

In 2011, Bolen and her sister, Jiji Radzieski, started Impact Lacrosse to further grow girls lacrosse through camps, clinics and private training.  Impact Lacrosse stepped onto the club scene in 2021 and saw immediate success due to their reputation for quality training and player/coach connections.