Brooke O'Brien | W&L Head Coach
Brooke Diamond O’Brien is in her 13th season as the head women’s lacrosse coach at Washington and Lee.
Over her 12 seasons, O'Brien has led the Generals to a 183-54 (.772) overall record. The Blue and White have won 11 ODAC titles (103-4, .962 winning percentage in league play) and made 11 trips to the NCAA Tournament, highlighted by a Final Four appearance in 2017. She has been named the ODAC Coach of the Year seven times, the VaSID Coach of the Year twice and was the IWLCA Chesapeake Region Coach of the Year in 2017 and 2019.
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Dani Ellis | W&L Assistant Coach
Dani Ellis is in her second year as assistant women's lacrosse coach at Washington and Lee.
In her first season with the Generals, the team totaled the second-most wins in program history, finishing the year 18-3. W&L defeated four Top 20 teams during the season, advancing to the NCAA Tournament Regional Semifinals. The Blue and White led Division III with the fewest turnovers per game (11.86), and also set a new program single-season scoring record with 351 goals. The Generals claimed their 10th straight ODAC Championship and notched 15 straight victories during the year while going a perfect 11-0 at home. W&L also swept all five major ODAC honors, while putting nine players on All-ODAC teams.
Kristin Ramey | McDaniel Head Coach
Ramey, a 2005 graduate of McDaniel, returned to her alma mater as head coach and now enters her seventh season in 2020.
Ramey’s debut season started with four straight wins. Over her first six years in charge of the program, the Green Terror has posted 44 wins to go with two ECAC tournament appearances and a Centennial Conference (CC) semifinal appearance in 2014.
Maddie Coleman | Associate Head Coach at Denison University
Maddie Coleman enters her seventh season as the assistant women's lacrosse coach at Denison in 2019 and her first season as Associate Head Coach.
In six seasons at Denison, she helped lead the Big Red to six-straight North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament championships. Denison has also advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament in all six seasons and from 2016-19, DU won the NCAC regular-season title. Denison has won 37-straight regular-season conference games dating back to the 2015 season.
Prior to the 2019 season, Coleman was named the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association Assistant Coach of the Year for Division III Women's Lacrosse.