Head coach (Interim): Ashley Tomich
Choreographer and Director: Saga Krantz
Assistant Coach: Eliana Marostica
Short Program: "Pentatonix" by Daft Punk
Long Program: "Music Was My First Love" by John Miles
Hayden Synchronized Skating’s junior-level athletes, the Lexettes, compete at the second-highest level of figure skating both nationally and internationally. The Lexettes are the 2018 U.S. National Silver Medalists. They represented the U.S. at the 2019 Leon Lurje Trophy in Gothenborg, Sweden where they finished fifth and at the 2019 French Cup in Rouen, France where they finished fifth. They have represented the US in world competition for six consecutive years (in 2013, 2015, 2017, and 2018 at the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championship and in 2014 and 2016 at the ISU Synchronized Skating World Junior Challenge Cup). In recent seasons, they have competed in Mississauga, Canada; Salzburg, Austria; Zagreb, Croatia; Neuchâtel, Switzerland, and Helsinki, Finland.
The 2019-2020 Lexettes Academy are 16 to 18 years in age and represent eight different U.S. states. Most attend high school, college, or universities in the Greater Boston area. Each season, the team's mission is to earn a U.S. National medal and to qualify for the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championship. LEX DO IT!
The Lexettes give back to the community through volunteer work and exhibitions. They have participated in the Boston Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk, volunteered at events such as the Atlas Fireworks' Charity Golf Tournament (which benefits a local hospital), the Pan Mass Challenge (which supports the Jimmy Fund and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute), A Race for the Cure (which supports the Susan G. Komen Cancer Foundation) and Christmas in the City, an organization that supports the children of Boston. The Lexettes have also made appearances at the tree lighting at NYC's Bryant Park and at the Holiday Celebration in Providence, RI.