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Coaching Staff


Andrea Duffy – Head Coach


Third Season


Andrea Duffy enters her third season as head women’s lacrosse coach at Siena College. She has compiled a 13-19 record in her first two seasons and led the squad to its second-ever appearance in the MAAC Tournament in 2010, which garnered her


MAAC Coach of the Year honors.


Last spring, Duffy led the Saints to a 7-9 record – the second-bestmark in programhistory – and a 3-3 confer- ence slate. The Saints earned the fourth seed in the MAAC Tournament,making the program’s second-ever appear- ance. Siena’s only other MAAC Tournament appearance came in 2005 when Duffy was an assistant coach.


Under Duffy’s guidance, then junior attack Caitlin Mikel set the program’s single-season record with 67 points. Mikel broke Lindsey Rosecrans’ ’09 record, which she had set the previous season while playing for Duffy.


Additionally, the 2010 Saints placed five members (Erin Hepper, Deirdre McQuillan, Caitlin Mikel, Jaclyn Papa and Allie Primo) on the MAAC All-Academic Team.


In Duffy’s first season in 2009, she posted a 6-10 overall record, doubling the program’s win total from the previ- ous season. Duffy had rejoined the program for the 2009 season after serving as an assistant coach in 2005.


As with Duffy’s teams in the past, Siena enjoyed academic success in her first year. The team had a collective GPA of 3.11 and was one of 49 Division I programs to earn Academic Squad honors from the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA). Additionally, five players were named to the MAAC All- Academic Team.


Prior to Siena, Duffy spent two years as head coach at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, N.C. In 2008, she led


the Bobcats to an increase of 72 goals-for and a decrease of 33 goals-against from the previous season. She coached four players to the Conference Carolinas All- Academic Team with a team GPA of 3.21. She also recruited and coached the NCAA Division II leading scorer and the first Conference Carolinas Freshman of the Year for Lees-McRae.


In 2005-06, Duffy served as head women’s lacrosse coach, head women’s soccer coach and the senior women’s administrator at the University of Dallas. She oversaw all aspects of the programs, leading women’s lacrosse to a 4-9 record and women’s soccer to a 13-3 record – both were the best in school history. Additionally, the women’s soccer team earned a bid to the NCAA Division III Tournament.


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