Christine Hatton

Christine Hatton enters her third season as the first Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.

Hatton has built the program from the ground up after guiding the new program in their inaugural season in 2017.

Hatton's 2018 team was made up of eleven freshman which included Natalie Church who was named RMAC Women's Lacrosse Freshman of the Year. The awards continued as five Monutain Lions earned All-RMAC honorable mention while two student-athletes earned RMAC All-Academic honors.

In her first season, Hatton saw her team with their first-ever game, a 12-9 win over Adams State in a home game on February, 25. Two of her players earned All-RMAC honorable mention for their efforts in the 2017 season.

Prior to her starting at UCCS, Hatton led Reinhardt to a pair of NWLL tournament appearances in the last two seasons, which served as the national championship tournament for NAIA institutions until this year. She was the NWLL South Region Coach of the Year in 2014 after a runner-up finish in the region. The Eagles finished second in the Appalachian Athletic Conference this spring and were the runner-up in the AAC conference tournament the last two seasons.

Hatton was the first women's lacrosse coach at Midland University in Fremont, Neb., for the 2012 and 2013 seasons. She led the team's development and led the Warriors to a winning season by the second year. Hatton was also on the Board of Directors for the first youth lacrosse program in Nebraska.