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Coaches



Tracy Coyne – Head Coach


Tracy Coyne was named head coach of the GW lacrosse program entering the 2014-15 academic year.

The 2006 NCAA Division I National Coach of the Year brings a proven record of success to GW after taking over Notre Dame's inaugural varsity program and turning it into a perennial powerhouse that included a Big East Conference Championship, two NCAA Championship quarterfinal appearances and a trip to the Final Four. Coach Coyne brings 25 years of coaching experience to GW.

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Kelly Lechner – Assistant Coach


Former Penn State standout Kelly Lechner joined the GW lacrosse staff as an assistant coach in February 2016.

"Kelly comes from a great program at Penn State, where she made a significant impact over four years," said head coach Tracy Coyne. "That experience will be really valuable as we build our program and try to become more of a presence in the A-10 like she helped Penn State become a presence nationally. She recognizes the hard work that's involved, she knows how to contribute to a positive culture, and she was very respected by her teammates. I think she'll mesh really well with our philosophy. She's really upbeat and positive, and I'm excited to have her."


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Kelyn Freedman – Assistant Coach


The GW lacrosse team announced the addition of Kelyn Freedman as assistant coach in November 2016. A former assistant coach at Niagara University and a four-year lacrosse player at Georgetown University, Freedman joins GW head coach Tracy Coyne and assistant coach Kelly Lechner.

"We are very excited to have Kelyn join the coaching staff," said Coyne. "She clearly stood out as the best candidate during the interviewing process. Kelyn is a fierce competitor with a true commitment to winning. Her success as a student-athlete at Georgetown and passion for the game make her a perfect fit for GW."

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