?

Kaitlin Feeney

887
 
Profile
Kaitlin Feeney joined the University of Detroit Mercy women's lacrosse staff as an assistant coach for the program on Oct. 1, 2019.

Feeney enters her first season in that role on head coach Megan Callahan's staff in 2019-20.

"I am very excited to add Kaitlin to our coaching staff," Callahan said. "Her passion and determination for the game will only help build and take our program to new heights. Kaitlin's experiences over the years is going to enhance our students athletes, on and off the field! This is an exciting time for our program and I cannot wait for her to make an immediate impact."

Feeney has six-plus years of coaching experience at different collegiate levels, most recently serving as the head coach at Division III Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in 2018-19.

Prior to that, she was the head coach of two Division III women's lacrosse programs at Bay Path University for the 2018 season and in Michigan at Olivet College during the 2016-17 school year. While at Bay Path, Feeney helped lead the program to a 3-4 record in New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) play and a spot in the conference semifinals.

She was the women's lacrosse head coach at West Virginia Wesleyan College during the 2016-17 school year and was also the co-head women's lacrosse club coach at Central Florida across two seasons in 2013-14 and 2014-15, where she earned Southeastern Women's Lacrosse League (SWLL) Coach of the Year honors in 2015 and coached the squad to SWLL Most Improved Team honors in 2014.

"I am so excited about this opportunity and thrilled to be joining the Titan Women's Lacrosse program," Feeney said at the time of her hiring. "I look forward to working with Megan to build on the success of this program and continue to achieve great things at Detroit Mercy."

Feeney, a native of Amherst, New Hampshire, played collegiately at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina, for four seasons (2008-11). She was named captain during her senior season and was an All-Academic team selection in the Old Dominion Athletics Conference (ODAC).

She earned her Bachelor's of Science degree in Health Science from Guilford College in 2011 and received a Master's of Science degree in Sports and Exercise Science from UCF in 2015.