Brown lacrosse head coach Keely McDonald '00 has announced the incoming class of 2018 slated to join the Bears for the 2015 season. The talented nine-member class includes siblings of current and former Brown players as well as a freshman from the nearby Moses Brown School in Providence.
Amanda Trendell has joined the Manhattan College women's lacrosse staff as an assistant coach, it was announced today by head coach Elizabeth Weber. A 2014 Rutgers graduate, Trendell was a four-year letterwinner for the Scarlet Knights.
Lindenwood lacrosse head coach Jack Cribbin announced today that four transfers will join the Lindenwood program for the 2014-15 season. Jenna Battaglini, Morgan Judd, Bailey Knapton, and Natalie Simpson are the newest Lindenwood Lions.
Head coach Amy Patton has announced the addition of Nicole Moore to her staff for the upcoming 2015 season. Moore joins the Big Green coaching staff as an assistant after spending the last four years building Stetson's program from the ground up from 2011 to this past spring.
Current lacrosse assistant coach Meghan Miller has been elevated to Associate Head Coach as announced by head coach Keely McDonald on Tuesday. Miller will begin the fifth season of her second stint at Brown in 2015, previously serving an assistant from 2004-2009 before returning for the 2011 campaign.
Catawba College lacrosse coach Jordan Clodfelter has announced eight signings for upcoming season. Joining the program will be Madison Anselmo, Caroline Beggs, Elena Bosco, Kennadi Holt, Hannah Scott, Megan Shortt, Hope Woods, and Brooke Wright.
The Gardner-Webb University women's lacrosse program is proud to announce its inaugural recruiting class, which includes 14 incoming freshmen and one transfer, announced head coach Jacquelyn Duggins on Monday.
William and Mary lacrosse head coach Hillary Fratzke has announced that 10 student-athletes will join the program for the 2014-15 academic year. The talented incoming class includes seven midfielders, two midfielders/attackers and a midfielder/defender.
Le Moyne announced Thursday the hiring of Kathy Taylor as the fifth head women's lacrosse coach in program history. She replaces Beth Hewitt, who resigned last month after a successful five-year run in charge of the Dolphins to accept the assistant coach position at Division I Vanderbilt University.
Duke University lacrosse head coach Kerstin Kimel has announced the addition of Lauren Morton as an assistant coach for the Blue Devils. Morton will work closely with the program's offensive personnel.
Former U.S. National Team player and Stanford assistant coach Lauren Schwarzmann has been named head coach of the Mount St. Mary's University lacrosse program, Director of Athletics Lynne Robinson announced on Tuesday. Schwarzmann, who has six years of Division I coaching experience, is the ninth head coach in program history.
Liz Hogan will join Stanford women's lacrosse as an assistant coach, as announced Thursday by head coach Amy Bokker. A current member of the U.S. Women's National Team, Hogan brings three years of Division I coaching experience to the Cardinal staff.
Brown has named its captains for the 2015 season as announced by head coach Keely McDonald on Monday. Seniors Alyssa DiBona, Janie Gion, and Abby Bunting and junior Richael Walsh will serve as co-captains for the Bears next season.
Lincoln Memorial University President Dr. B. James Dawson and Athletic Director Roger Vannoy has selected the first women's lacrosse coach in school history, officially naming Caitlyn Corace to that position on Tuesday.
Elon head lacrosse coach Josh Hexter has announced the hiring of Brittany Dipper as the new assistant coach for the program. Dipper arrives at Elon after two years in the same role at Stetson, including time as the interim head coach the last month of the 2014 season.
Florida Tech head coach Corinne Desrosiers announced the addition of 11 student-athletes on Tuesday morning. The Panthers begin their inaugural campaign in the spring of 2015, the same year the Sunshine State Conference will begin sponsoring women's lacrosse.
Eastern athletic director Nate Davis announced on Tuesday that the Eagles have hired a new head coach for women's lacrosse. After a national search, the Eagles hired Kim Campbell, a graduate of Eastern and former Eastern women's lacrosse and field hockey assistant coach.
Following a successful five-year run at Le Moyne College, head women's lacrosse coach Beth Hewitt has accepted the assistant coach position at Vanderbilt University, an affiliate member of the Big East Conference in women's lacrosse beginning next season.
The Italian Lacrosse Association has named UMass lacrosse head coach Angela McMahon as head coach of the first-ever Italian national team that will compete in the 2017 FIL World Cup in Guildford, England.
The University of Pennsylvania announced nine additions to its women's lacrosse program as members of the Class of 2018 today. Head coach Karin Corbett will welcome nine newcomers to her lineup as the Quakers look to add a ninth consecutive Ivy League championship to their Ivy-record run.
Eight current or former University of North Carolina lacrosse players have made the U.S. Women's National Team, more than any school in the nation. US Lacrosse released the 38-player roster for its 2014-15 team on Sunday after a three-day tryout held at Georgetown University.
Kristen Waagbo has been named the Noto Family Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at Army, Director of Athletics Boo Corrigan announced Friday. Waagbo will begin building her staff and recruiting cadet-athletes immediately in preparation for Army's inaugural 2016 season.
The US Women's Lacrosse National Team will host tryouts this weekend at Multi-Sport Field on the campus of Georgetown University. The tryouts will run Friday, Saturday and Sunday and are open for the public to come and observe.
Wagner head lacrosse coach Liz Frisoli has announced that Caitlin Fifield has been promoted to the first assistant position and will serve as the program's recruiting coordinator. Additionally, Frisoli has named former Rutgers standout Katrina Martinelli as the second assistant coach.
Yale elected junior attacker Kerri Fleishhacker (Manhasset, N.Y.) captain for 2014-15. Rising juniors Audrey Todd, Tory Waldstein, and Kelly Weis of Harvard have been elected captains by their teammates for the 2015 season.
Marymount University has named Kate Athing as its new head women's lacrosse coach, as announced by Director of Athletics Debbie Warren on Monday. She spent the past four seasons as an assistant coach with the Saints,
Maryland sophomore midfielder Taylor Cummings has been named the Honda Sports Award winner for women's lacrosse, announced by Chris Voelz, executive director of the Collegiate Women Sports Awards (CWSA).
The Mercyhurst lacrosse program has announced the hiring of two new assistant coaches for the 2014-2015 school year. Brigid Hurley and Jennifer Thomas will join the staff of head coach Cecil Pilson this fall.
Trinity has announced the resignation of Kate Livesay as head lacrosse coach. Livesay, who guided the Bantams to the last three Division III championships finals and the College's only NCAA women's title in 2012, steps down to move her family back to her hometown of Middlebury, Vt. She will join the coaching staff at Middlebury, her alma mater.