Kennesaw State Names Amy Martin Assistant Lacrosse Coach

KENNESAW, Ga. - Amy Martin, who has spent the past two seasons as an assistant coach at Wagner College, has been named to the same position at Kennesaw State, head coach Kristina Llanes announced on Wednesday, August 6.

Martin's primary responsibility will be coaching the goalies as well as being the main point of contact for incoming student athletes.

"We are excited about Amy joining our staff," Llanes said. "She brings with her a wealth of knowledge in the goal keeping position and her enthusiasm will help us get where the program needs to be. In addition to working with the goalies, she will also be responsible for much of our attacking transition as well as recruiting sound student athletes to continue the program's success."

At Wagner, Martin developed the goaltenders along with the defense in her two seasons. She helped the Seahawks reach their first NEC Championship game along with achieving their best record since 2005 (11-7).

In college at Holy Cross, Martin was a four-year starter in the net. She was named the 2010 Patriot League Goalie of the Year as well as landing on the 2010 First Team All Patriot League. In high school, she won three state and regional championships and was inducted into the Detroit Catholic League Hall of Fame in 2011.

A native of Harbor Springs, MI, Martin earned her Masters in Education at Wagner College in 2014.


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