Vermont Adds Teeters to Coaching Staff
from press release
BURLINGTON, Vt. - University of Vermont women's lacrosse head coach Jen Johnson has announced that Mary Teeters will join the staff as an assistant coach.
Teeters comes to UVM after an outstanding four-year career at Towson University. A goalkeeper for the Tigers, Teeters was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2012 Colonial Athletic Association Tournament as she helped the Tigers win their fifth CAA title and advance to the NCAA Tournament last season.
"Mary is a welcome addition to our staff," said Johnson. "She has a good understanding of the game as a two-year captain and standout at Towson. She hails from a lacrosse hot bed in Maryland and her connections there will help us with our recruiting efforts. Mary brings a lot of energy and a passion for the game and we look forward to her contributing those qualities to our program at Vermont," continued Johnson.
During her career, Teeters was a four-time CAA All-Conference performer and a two-time IWLCA All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team selection. A two-time captain, she capped her senior season by earning a spot in the IWLCA North South All-Star game and earned IWLCA All-America Third Team honors.
Teeters was also a nominee for the prestigious Tewaaraton Trophy, which honors the top women's lacrosse player in the country. She finished her career with 631 saves, becoming the sixth player in program history to record over 600 stops.
Teeters, a native of Ellicott City, Md., earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration and entrepreneurship from Towson in May of 2012.