Harford Names Gormley Head Coach
from press release
BEL AIR, Md. -- Lindsey Gormley has been named
the women’s lacrosse head coach at Harford as announced by
Athletics Director Ken Krsolovic on Tuesday. Gormley was named a
Division I All-American during her senior season at William &
Mary in 2001.
Gormley was previously the assistant coach at Christopher Newport University, a Division III school in Newport News, Va. from 2002-2006. She helped guide the team to its first conference championship in 2006 and a trip to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. At CNU, she was responsible for game preparation, scouting and analyzing opponents, developing game plans and running individual workouts.
Gormley led the NCAA in assists at William & Mary during the 2001 campaign with 44, leading the Tribe to a 9-7 record and a No. 6 national ranking. She currently holds the William & Mary records for assists in a game (8), season (44) and career (70). She was named to the US Lacrosse First-Team and the IWLCA Second-Team All-American Teams.
Gormley has been involved with numerous high profile lacrosse camps since the summer of 2002, including the elite University of Virginia Fast Break Camp.
Gormley, formerly Lindsey Lowman, graduated from William & Mary with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology with a minor in sociology in 2001.
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