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Despite a tough exit in the NCAA Tournament to Amherst College, UMass alumna Holly Drown '09 guided Bridgewater State to a strong 2014 campaign in her first year as head coach.

Drown led the Bears to a 14-6 overall record despite returning just four starters from the 2013 squad that went 17-3 overall.

Congrats to former UMass women's lacrosse standout Meghan Reddy who was named the assistant coach at New Hampshire on Tuesday. Reddy had spent the 2009-10 year as head coach of the Exeter Area High School girls varsity lacrosse team and also served as head coach of soccer and basketball at Timberlane Middle School. She is a native of Salem and still holds the single-season record at UMass for draw controls (77, 2009) and career draw controls (123). From 2006-09, Reddy played in 70 games scoring 87 points (64g, 23a). The UMass/UNH series is the longest in program history at 41 all-time meetings as the two teams have played every year since 1976.

Fun Fact: Reddy completes the hat trick of the 2009 senior class who became college lacrosse coaches. Jackie Rosenzweig is an assistant coach at C.W. Post taking the position after graduating from UMass. Holly Drown was named head coach at Saint Anslem College earlier this summer.

Lax Alum Holly Drown Named St. Anselm's Head Coach

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Alum Holly Drown was named the head coach at St. Anselm's College in New Hampshire. A 2009 grad, Drown was a four-year lacrosse player for the Minutewomen. She played in 69 career games for UMass, scoring 80 goals and 13 assists for 93 career points.