Women's Lacrosse

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    Womens Lacrosse

    As the only two-year junior college women's lacrosse program in New England, Dean College women's lacrosse is the perfect fit for many players.

    The Dean College Athletic department is excited to welcome Liz Frisoli as its new Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach.

    Frisoli joins Dean College after finishing up two-years as Head Coach of the Women’s Lacrosse program at Wagner College, where she led the 2014 squad and the 2015 squad to back-to-back NEC Championship Game appearances for the first time in program history. Prior to her time at Wagner, Frisoli was the Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Huntingdon College, where she coached two seasons and led the inaugural team to a winning 8-6 season. In 2010, she worked as the Assistant Lacrosse Coach at Curry College, coaching the team to lowest GAA and best record in program history.

    "We are excited to have such an outstanding coach join us at Dean," said Dean College Associate Athletic Director Todd Vasey. "Liz has a very accomplished resume on the field. We are looking forward to building a strong team this season,” he added.

    A standout at Holy Cross, Frisoli has earned several awards throughout her Lacrosse career, including ‘Most Valuable Defender,’ Runner-Up Patriot League Defender of the Year,’ and ‘Patriot League First Team Defender’ in the 2005 season. Frisoli also eared the ‘Most Valuable Player & Captain’ award while studying/playing abroad at the University of York in Yorkshire England during the 2004 season. Additionally, Frisoli received the ‘South Australia Lacrosse Champion’ award during her time with the Glenelg Seahawks while studying/playing abroad in Adelaide, Australia in 2005

    Frisoli holds a BA in English from the College of the Holy Cross and a Master of Education from the University of Massachusetts, Boston.

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