Hero Ball: Kayla Treanor aka 'The Conductor'

PHOTO BY JOHN STROHSACKER; ILLUSTRATION BY ALYSSA MARCH


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Originally dubbed the “K-Train” during her playing career at Syracuse, where she led the Orange to three final fours, Kayla Treanor has transitioned into a life of leadership. After working her way up the coaching ranks, she became known as “The Conductor” with an uncanny ability to bring people together for a common goal.

Now the head coach of the Syracuse women’s lacrosse program by day, Treanor jumps aboard the K-Train by night helping keep the citizens of Syracuse, N.Y., safe from detractors. 

Name: Kayla Treanor
Alias: The Conductor
Born: Nov. 20, 1993
Location: Syracuse, N.Y.

VEHICLE 

The K-Train, a vessel capable of traveling at the speed of light at the call of citizens in need. You’ll know the K-Train is coming when you hear the roar of a crowd heading your way.

SUPERPOWER

The ability to carry her teams to final four weekend. When presented a challenge, she has the superhuman ability to finish the job with precision. 







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