JHU Names Steele Stanwick Asst. Coach, Promotes Singleton

"I am humbled and extremely grateful for the opportunity to take the next step in my coaching career," said Singleton. "Coach Tucker has been a tremendous mentor for me, it is a goal of mine to one day be a head coach and I am honored to continue to learn from her every day. Hopkins is a program filled with great passion and tradition. Everyone associated with Johns Hopkins University, our administration, staff and student-athletes, are what makes Hopkins amazing. I am truly excited to continue what we have started and I am eager to see what lies ahead for Hopkins women's lacrosse."

Singleton was a four-year letterwinner at Loyola where she started her final two seasons and captained the team as a senior. A Second Team All-America in 2004, she led the Greyhounds to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances, two Final Fours and the 2002 Colonial Athletic Association title. As a junior, she led the team in caused turnovers and anchored the nation's top-ranked defense. As a senior, she once again led the team in caused turnovers and was among the national leaders in that category as well. Singleton was a member of the US National Developmental Team from 2003-05, a World Cup Team candidate and a member of the US National Elite Team from 2007-08. She graduated from Loyola in 2004 with a degree in elementary education and a minor in special education.

"I'm excited to have someone of Megan's caliber working with our goalies," Tucker commented. "She brings a wealth of experience from the collegiate and international levels and she is a fantastic addition to our staff."

Huether graduated from Duke University in 2006 after a standout career in the cage. She started all 79 games of her career, finished with a record of 60-17, and set school records for minutes played (4,505) and saves (646). Huether ranks second in school history in career goals against average (7.67), third in save percentage (.529) and fourth in ground balls (175). In 2005, she was named the IWLCA Goalie of the Year after leading the Blue Devils to the ACC Tournament title and the NCAA semifinals. A two-time All-ACC selection, Huether led Duke back to the ACC finals and the NCAA semifinals while going 18-2 in goal as a senior.

Huether began playing with the US National team in 2005 as a member of the Developmental squad. She moved up to the senior national team in 2008 and won gold medals at the 2009 and 2013 FIL World Cups. At the 2013 World Cup in Oshawa, Ontario, she made 16 saves in seven games and finished with a 4.89 goals against average and a .500 save percentage as Team USA went 7-0 and captured gold.

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