Fedorowski comes to True after a highly successful collegiate playing career. Since its founding in 2008, True Lacrosse has grown to host programs in over 18 states, training and developing girls and boys across the country and helping hundreds of players continue their careers in college.
Before True Lacrosse, Fedorowski was the director of the Minnesota Loons Girls Program. She also coaches at Stillwater High School in Minnesota. She earned a master's degree in business administration in 2021 when she graduated from Lindenwood University. Fedorowski was a two-time captain of the Lindenwood women's lacrosse team. She led her team to win the NCAA national championship in 2021. She was a three-time NCAA All-American and appeared in 85 games, more than any player to do so at Lindenwood; she started in 79 of those games. Additionally, Fedorowski holds the record at Lindenwood for caused turnovers and ground balls and ranks third in school history in goals (147) and fourth in points (218).
A native of Stillwater, MN, Fedorowski attended Stillwater Area High School, where she was an All American and a Ms. Lacrosse Finalist, and East Metro Player of the Year (2016). In addition to lacrosse, Fedorowski also played hockey and soccer.