Lindsay Delaney

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Lindsay Delaney is in her 11th season as head coach.

During her tenure, Delaney has guided the Profs to eight Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Squad distinctions (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017). She has coached 25 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll and 44 All-Region Team members. Michelle Lubrano was named to the IWLCA All-America third team in 2011 and to the second team in 2012. Lauren Callaghan earned All-America second team honors in 2014 while Kelly O’Brien and Becca Wood received third team recognition in 2015. O'Brien was tabbed to the second team in 2016 while Giselle Cortes also earned second team distinction in 2017. Kaitlyn Molzon (2010), Lubrano (2012), Shannon O'Brien (2013), Callaghan (2014) and Cortes (2017) were selected to play in the IWLCA Division III North-South All-Star Game.

Last year, the Profs made their fourth straight appearance in the New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) Championship Tournament and finished with an 11-6 mark. Rowan posted an 11-6 record in 2016 and qualified for the NJAC Championship Tournament for the third consecutive year.

In 2015, the Profs had a 10-7 record and made it to the NJAC Championship Game. Rowan went 13-5 and reached the final of the inaugural NJAC Championship Tournament in 2014. In 2013, the Profs went 11-6 and received an at-large bid in the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament for the fifth time in six years. In 2012, they produced a 10-7 record.

In 2011, Delaney led Rowan to a 10-7 mark. The Profs earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. In 2010, the Profs were 11-6 overall and won their first NJAC Championship with a 5-0 conference mark. Rowan received an at-large bid to the national tournament. Delaney was chosen the NJAC Coach of the Year.

In 2009, Rowan went 8-9 and received an at-large bid to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament. In her first year at the helm, Delaney guided the Profs to a 13-5 record and an appearance in the national tournament.

Prior to taking over the head position in 2008, Delaney had served the previous three years as an assistant coach. She replaced Mary Marino who retired after 20 seasons as the coach.

Delaney graduated from the University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in history with secondary education certification and received her master’s degree in higher education administration in 2008.