Levinson Tabbed as First Head Lacrosse Coach at Mercer

While at Bryn Mawr, Levinson also spent time as Head Girl's Lacrosse Coach of the Philadelphia Delegation at the JCC Maccabi Games, an Olympic style event held annually for Jewish teens between the ages of 13 and 16. Her involvement included promoting the tournament to local lacrosse coaches, holding tryouts and planning practices. At the JCC Maccabi games, her squads captured the bronze medal in 2010 and the silver medal in 2011.

As a player, Levinson spent two seasons at the starting goalie for the Germantown Academy (Fort Washington, Penn.), where she earned Defensive MVP honors and Academic All-American status in her senior year. After graduation, she joined University of Pennsylvania where she was a goalie and team manager.

After graduating in 2005 with a Bachelor's degree in history, Levinson went on to earn a Masters of Science in Education from Penn in 2006. Since that time, she has also served as a Special Assistant to the Athletic Director at Bryn Mawr College, a Field Manager and Canvasser for Grassroots Campaigns, Inc. and an Internet Marketing Manager for Prescott/Levinson Advertising.

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