ARLINGTON, Va. – The Marymount University women's lacrosse team has announced the addition of Rachel Crawford as its Graduate Assistant Coach, ahead of the 2019-20 season.
Crawford joins the Saints, after a four-year career on the field at The University of Tampa. She played in 65 games, starting 56, including starting 18 games, each, in her junior and senior seasons.
"Our program is extremely excited to have Rachel join us this fall," Head Coach Kate Athing said. "She had an impressive career and will be bringing a high level of experience and passion for the game to our sideline. We look forward to the impact she will make on our student-athletes, program and department."
She set career highs with 62 points, 37 assists, 25 goals, 21 ground balls, and 12 caused turnovers, as a junior. Crawford earned a spot on the All-Sunshine State Conference first team, as a junior, while also being named to the All-SSC second team in her senior season.
Crawford finished her career with 171 points, 97 assists, and 74 goals.
She brings coaching experience to Marymount, as well, working with the Integrity Lacrosse Club from 2016-2019 and the East Tampa Lacrosse Club in 2018.