|Title:||Head Women's Field Hockey Coach|
|College:||Holy Cross '02|
Annie Lahey recently completed her second season as the Assumption College field hockey head coach in 2012.
In 2012, Lahey guided the Hounds to a seven-win turnaround as the team finished 8-10 overall and 5-5 in the Northeast-10. After a 5-5 mark at home, the Hounds finished in a three-way tie for fifth place in the league. At the end of the season, Lahey was honored as the 2012 Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year, as voted by her peers. The turnaround was the second-biggest turnaround in NCAA Division II in 2012.
Lahey came to Assumption from Wachusett Regional High School, where she served as the program’s varsity head coach from 2005-2011. In addition, she was the school’s softball varsity head coach from 2004-2010, winning the 2010 Central Mass. Sportsmanship Award.
Her other field hockey experience includes serving as the head coach of the Worcester County United Field Hockey Program from 2006-2009, as well as working a number of camps including the Tufts Field Hockey Camp, the All-Star Field Hockey Camp in Worcester, the Holy Cross Field Hockey Camp and the Nike Field Hockey Camp.
Lahey is a 2002 graduate of The College of the Holy Cross, graduating with a degree in religious studies and a concentration in women’s studies. She also completed the Teacher Certification Program at Holy Cross. In addition, Lahey earned her Master’s in Theological Studies in 2004 from the Vanderbilt Divinity School at Vanderbilt University.
In addition to her coaching experience, Lahey served as an English teacher at Wachusett from 2004-2011, teaching classes in World Literature, Philosophy and Humanities.
Lahey currently resides in Worcester, Mass.
|Title:||Assistant Women's Field Hockey Coach|
Danielle Dolan recently completed her first season as an assistant coach for the Assumption College field hockey program in 2012.