Jillian Krick

Jillian Krick was named the Mercer women's lacrosse assistant coach in Sept. 2018.

Krick was most recently the head women’s lacrosse coach at Gardner-Webb for the last three years. In her three seasons at the helm at Gardner-Webb, Krick continued to build the foundation of a young program. The Runnin’ Bulldogs had a program-record four players earn All-Big South postseason recognition in 2018.

Prior to being appointed head coach at Gardner-Webb in 2016, Krick served as an assistant coach on the Runnin’ Bulldogs’ inaugural staff. She led GWU to a new single-season wins record in her first campaign as head coach.

Krick joined the Gardner-Webb coaching staff after her playing career at Liberty. She played in 57 games for the Lady Flames and made 47 starts. She was a team captain as a senior and was active in the community during her time in Lynchburg, Va., helping coach the JAB Lacrosse Club among other volunteer efforts.

A native of Harrisburg, Pa., Krick earned a degree in family and child development with a psychology minor from Liberty in May, 2013. She graduated with a Master’s degree in human services and criminal justice from Liberty in 2014.