Jocelyn Hudson

Jocelyn Hudson comes back to the Spartan program as she starts her second year on the coaching staff in the fall of 2018.

Hudson returns to the York program after graduating from York College in 2014. Hudson was a two-year Spartan after transferring into the program from Siena College. Hudson was a key part of the Spartan squad that went to the Sweet 16 and finished the campaign 15-5. The Spartans went 29-10 in Hudson's two years as a part of the program. York made two CAC championship game appearances and also advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament twice.

On the field, Hudson played in 35 games with 25 starts. She tallied 36 career points on 25 goals and 32 assists. She went 12-for-18 in free position shots while she also collected 27 ground balls and caused 18 opponent turnovers. She was outstanding at the draw as she had 96 career draws including 81 during her senior year. She ranks second in draw controls for a single season while she also holds York's single game record for draws with 11 in the April 12, 2014 win over Southern Virginia. Hudson earned All-Capital Athletic Conference honors as senior in the Green and White.

Hudson earned her bachelors degree in Political Science and was inducted in Pi Sigma Alpha (National Political Science Honor Society) at YCP.

Hudson was a standout at Central York High School where she was a 2010 first team York County All-Star and the 2009 Most Valuable Midfielder for the York County league. She still holds the Central York school record for goals in a season.

Hudson had served as the Central York Co-Head Coach for the last two years. She also serves as the head coach for Black Dog Lacrosse Club in York, PA.