Livingston Named Assistant Lacrosse Coach at Mount Olive

Mount Olive, NC Princess Livingston has entered her first year as the assistant women's lacrosse coach at Mount Olive College for the Trojans inaugural season.

Livingston just wrapped up her college career at Villanova University (PA). As a student-athlete, she was a three-year starter. In 2010 and 2011, she was a midfielder before shifting to defense as a senior under Coach Julie Young. There she saw much success and received Big East weekly honors for her contribution in a 2-0 weekend for the Wildcats. She earned a BA in political science and holds a minor in sociology from Villanova.

Livingston was a head coach for the Connecticut Lightning Club program for three years. In 2010 her team won the New England Youth Tournament. She also joined the Philly Blast Lacrosse Club program as an assistant Coach.

Livingston is native of Danbury, CT, where she was an Honorable Mention All-American and two-time All-State and All-Conference in lacrosse. She set school records for points in a season (126) and caused turnovers in a season (36). She was also voted to the Top 25 Athletes of the Decade by the Danbury News-Times and was a Connecticut Super Junior Top 25.

"I could not be more thrilled to have someone with Livingston's passion for the game, and understanding of the game at this level," head coach Grant Kelam said. " She will be an amazing asset to the Mount Olive lacrosse program."


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