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Elizabeth Demara

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Elizabeth Demara made history in 2017 as the first women's lacrosse coach in Monmouth history.

Now entering her third season, Demara's team made the grade both on the field and in the classroom. Her inaugural team produced two all-conference honorees and seven academic all-conference selections. The 2018 team duplicated the pair of all-league honorees while doubling their win total from the inaugural season, and added another seven academic all-conference selections.

On the national scene, the 2017 team earned all-academic team honors and had one student-athlete named to the national academic honor roll.

Demara, who played collegiately at Division I St. Bonaventure, joined Monmouth after serving as an assistant coach at Division II Alderson Broaddus University. A native of Boulder, Colo., Demara spent a season working at the Division III level and with club teams following her graduation from St. Bonaventure, where she was a four-year member of the lacrosse team, playing in 31 of a possible 33 games her first two seasons.

Demara earned her bachelor’s degree in sports studies from St. Bonaventure and her master’s in sports administration from Canisius. She resides in Monmouth with her loyal dog, Sophie.

Education:
Bachelor of Science: Sports Studies (Human Movement Science Cognate), St. Bonaventure, 2012
Master of Science: Sports Administration, Canisius College, 2014

Coaching Career:
Monmouth College (2017-present)