The Jacksonville lacrosse team has kept the program on top-flight footing with another banner recruiting year as seven of the nation's top student-athletes who excel on the field and in the classroom have signed national letters of intent with the Dolphins.
New Siena lacrosse head coach Bryana Borrelli has named her coaching staff for the 2015 season. Former UAlbany head coach Lindsey Svec and former Saint Morgan Will '13 will serve as the Saints' assistant coaches.
Wagner head lacrosse coach Liz Frisoli, who guided the Seahawks to their first-ever appearance in the Northeast Conference (NEC) championship game in her first season on Grymes Hill in 2014, has announced the signing of nine student-athletes who will be freshmen in fall 2015.
The seven members of the lacrosse Class of 2018 are well into their freshman year at Siena College. Lauren Anglim, Maggie Cifarelli, Emily Conway, Claudia Crist, Bailey Groves, Kaitlin Handley and Katherine Kelly comprise the class that will take the field as Saints this spring.
Sacred Heart University head lacrosse coach Laura Cook announced the Pioneers 2015 schedule. The campaign is slated for 16 regular season games, with nine games on Campus Field and seven Northeast Conference games.
UC Davis and third-year head lacrosse coach Kate Henwood inked a total of eight prospective student-athletes from five different states to National Letters of Intent during the 2014 November signing period.
Holy Cross head coach Stephanie Ridolfi has announced that five student-athletes have signed national letters of intent to attend Holy Cross. Jessi Button, Keeley Connors, Baker Earl, Alexis Leighton, and Caroline Walsh will join the team in the fall of 2015.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville Department of Athletics announced the program's first-ever head women's lacrosse coach on Monday, revealing that Gail Wallach will be the first to lead the Chargers in the department's newest sport.
Oregon lacrosse head coach Jen Beck announced the signing of seven players to National Letters of Intent on Saturday. The seven signees will be coming from Maryland (3), Oregon (1), California (1), New York (1) and Canada (1).
Head coach Alison Fisher has announced the addition of 12 incoming freshman to the Lafayette lacrosse program as part of the Class of 2018. The group consists of four student-athletes from New Jersey, three from New York, two from Maryland, one from Florida and one from Pennsylvania.
The University of Pennsylvania announced its 2015 lacrosse schedule, with the winners of eight consecutive Ivy League championships set to embark on a 15-game slate in search of a ninth Ancient Eight crown and appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
The Georgetown lacrosse squad has announced its captains for the 2015 season. Seniors Mollie Caputo (Manlius, N.Y./Fayetteville-Manlius), Adrianne Devine (Loudonville, N.Y./Shaker), Sammy Giordano (Ridgewood, N.J./Ridgewood) and Caroline Tarzian (Garden City, N.Y./Garden City) were selected by their coaches and peers.
Entering her fourth season at the helm of the Fresno State lacrosse program, head coach Jessica Pausewang announced the 2015 schedule on Tuesday, which is highlighted by eight home games on the new Soccer/Lacrosse Field.
Nine home games at Waldron Family Stadium highlight the Mount St. Mary's women's lacrosse schedule for the 2015 season, which was released today. The nine home tilts are the most for the program since 2009.
Second-year head coach Kelly Nangle has released the Liberty Lady Flames' 2015 lacrosse schedule. Highlighting the Lady Flames' schedule are home contests against Virginia Tech and Navy, in addition to a home contest against defending Big South champion High Point.
Bucknell head lacrosse coach Randall Goldsborough has announced the promotion of Julia Braun to the top assistant coach position, as well as the hiring of former Stony Brook All-American Frankie Caridi as the newest member of the Bison coaching staff.
Coastal Carolina will play seven home games during the 2015 spring season, according to the schedule that was announced by head coach Jaime Sellers this week. Included in the home lineup are meetings with ACC member Virginia Tech, defending Atlantic Sun champion Jacksonville and defending Big South champion High Point.
Sacred Heart head lacrosse coach Laura Cook announced the selection of seniors Kelly Keenan (Wantagh, N.Y.), Demi Lopez (Wading River, N.Y.) and Brianna Schussler (Wantagh, N.Y.) and junior Jenna Liljeberg (Wrentham, Mass.), as team captains for the 2015 season.
The Robert Morris University women's lacrosse team announces the addition of two members to its coaching staff. Both Caitlin Prince, who assumes the role of assistant coach/recruiting coordinator, and new director of operations Laura Kleiber bring experience and enthusiasm to the Colonials.
Lafayette lacrosse head coach Alison Fisher announced the addition of Brianne Tierney as an assistant coach. Tierney comes to Lafayette from the University of Denver, where she served as Director of Men's Lacrosse Operations.
Delaware head lacrosse coach Kateri Linville announced today the team's 2015 schedule, which features five NCAA Tournament squads, three ranked opponents, and eight home dates in addition to the Colonial Athletic Association championships the first weekend in May.
As she works to help transition the women's lacrosse program to the Division I level, Army assistant coach Danielle Etrasco continues to be an active player on United States National Team, holding the unusual distinction of coaching while continuing her career as a player.
Radford University Director of Athletics Robert Lineburg announced Thursday the hiring of Haley Marvine as the school's inaugural head women's lacrosse coach. The Highlanders will begin competition in the Big South Conference in the spring of 2016.
Saint Anselm College Director of Athletics Jim Herlihy announced Friday that Amber Zimmerlink has been selected as the head coach of the women's lacrosse program. Zimmerlink will begin her duties Oct. 6.