ADRIAN, Mich.--Adrian College women's lacrosse coach Elizabeth Szymanski has announced that former NCAA Division III student-athlete Taylor Eaton has joined the Bulldogs program as an assistant coach.
Eaton comes to Adrian after playing for four years at Westfield (Mass.) State University, where she received a physical education degree last spring. She had a 48-game career for the Owls from 2013 to 2016, scoring 17 points, scooping up 17 ground balls and gaining draw controls.
The Nahant, Mass., product was a three-sport standout at Swampscott High School while receiving 10 varsity letters in lacrosse, soccer and swimming. She was an Agganis Newspaper All-Star in both lacrosse and soccer during her senior year. She also captained both squads and twice made the All-Northeastern Conference team in both sports.
Eaton has a Level 1 Coaching Certification from US Lacrosse and her other lacrosse work experience includes Revolution Lacrosse (2015-present) Club, WSU Owls Youth Clinic, and assistant varsity coach at Swampscott and St. Mary’s high schools.
"I am very excited to have Taylor join the coaching staff here at Adrian. We both have backgrounds in physical education and that reflects in our similar coaching styles," noted Szymanski. "After discussing my vision and goals for the program, she immediately jumped on board and wanted to be a part of the process.
"Her passion for lacrosse, previous coaching experience, and playing experience at the Division III level make her an excellent fit for this program. I am excited to see what this upcoming season has in stock," said Szymanski, who enters her third season at the helm in 2017.
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(TRANSACTION: Adrian College--Taylor Eaton named women's assistant lacrosse coach.)