Saint Joseph's College of Maine

Women's D3 Coach: David Keenan
3 / 10
1,440 Undergrads / 2,106 Students
9 / 10
$27,324 Net Price
1 / 10
87% Admitted
  • Team Conference

    Great Northeast (GNAC)

  • College Type

    4-year, Private non-profit

  • Campus Type

    Rural: Fringe

Student Body
  • Male
  • Female
  • Full Time
  • Part Time
  • In-State
  • Out-of-state
  • Foreign
  • Other
  • White
  • Black
  • Asian
  • Latino
  • Foreign
  • Other
Student-to-faculty Ratio
13 to 1
Return For Sophomore Year
Overall Graduation Rate
Graduate On Time / in 6 Years
62% / 67%
Calendar System
Religious Affiliation
Roman Catholic
On campus housing is provided and is not required for incoming freshman

Other includes American Indian, Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, two or more races and unknown race / ethnicity.

Coach Recruiting Interview

What advice do you have for players interested in Division III schools?

Student Athletes must first understand the commitment level and expectations from each college program they are researching. You must make decisions based on whether or not you feel you can compete at that level. You should also consider the quality of your 4 years of collegiate experience.

Your college decision should be based on your major, cost, demographics, class and campus size and the quality of the education you are paying for. Kids tend to be drawn to a school because of the program’s winning success and very often overlook the quality of their education.

Once you have narrowed down your choices (minimum 3-4 colleges) you should visit every school on your radar and make sure you speak with the head coach or coaching staff, current student athletes as well as faculty from the college.

You should choose a school that will allow you to realize your full potential as a student athlete by offering you the best experience possible academically and athletically. You want to ensure the school you choose is the right fit.

What is the best way for players to get on your recruiting radar?

I would say it starts with a simple email to the head coach expressing your interest in the program and the school. This can begin as early as your sophomore year of high school when student athletes begin researching schools and programs as well as the region of the country they would like to attend college. Please keep in mind Division III coaches can’t contact you until you have completed your sophomore year of high school.

Email all the potential coaches on your radar expressing your interest in their programs and then following up with interested coaches. As you enter your Junior year of high school you should let your high school and/or club coaches know your intent for college programs so that they can give you a realistic athletic evaluation.

I would then register for the NCAA Eligibility Center if you expect to be considered for NCAA DI or DII schools or register with a reputable recruiting service.

What type of players do you look for and where?

We try to find the student athlete that will be the right fit for our program. I consider the student athletes character, attitude, competitiveness and academic standards. We are looking for student athletes with a strong work ethic who are willing to work hard and commitment to our playing philosophies. We want student athletes who understand the true concepts of being part of a team.

What areas of player development would you recommend players focus on to elevate their game?

I feel all student athletes should focus on improving their fundamentals. Having sold technical skills at any level will elevate you to the top of your recruiting class. You will be able to get the tactical direction from the program's head coach.

How has the accelerated recruiting landscape impacted your approach to recruiting?

I feel this has given kids more options. However, this now forces coaches to make more informed decisions on which showcases and tournaments to attend as recruiting budgets have got smaller. Our focus is to actively look at the Junior and Senior student athletes, keep track of their success in order to identify the quality programs very various states and region of the country.

Are there any last pieces of advice for players and families you'd like to share?

Both the student athlete and family should do their research.

Be realistic: Get a candid evaluation of your child’s athletic ability and their potential to play at the appropriate level.

Be Educated: understand the recruiting landscape and the commitment levels from each division.

Network: Take the time to speak with other families and students who have gone through the process. The information you have the more informed decision you will be able to make.

Be supportive: Understand how you can help your child throughout this process.

ConnectLAX is a third party recruiting service and not affiliated with or endorsed by Rupert Lewis or Saint Joseph's College of Maine.

Team Road Trips

Most games are scheduled in schools around Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The team also travels to Connecticut. The team typically plays in neutral sites during preseason in areas of Maine. Other trips taken in the past include Los Angeles, California.

Recruit Commits
Teegan Gilreath Lowell High school Lowell, MA Att
Unofficial list from public sources and recruit submissions.
Commitment has been verified or submitted from a trusted source
278 Whites Bridge Rd, Standish, ME, 04084 See Directions
Team Videos
Where Grads Live
  • Greater New York City Area
  • India
  • Greater Chicago Area
  • Washington D.C. Metro Area
  • Greater Boston Area
  • Greater Philadelphia Area
  • Bengaluru Area India
  • Charlotte North Carolina Area
  • Greater Los Angeles Area
  • Raleigh-Durham North Carolina Area
  • Tampa/St. Petersburg Florida Area
  • Orlando Florida Area
  • Greater Atlanta Area
  • Albany New York Area
  • Hartford Connecticut Area
Where Grads Work
  • NYC Department of Education
  • North Shore-LIJ Health System
  • JPMorgan Chase
  • Stony Brook University
  • CA Technologies
  • The Estée Lauder Companies Inc.
  • Suffolk County Community College
  • Motorola
  • Cablevision
  • Citi
  • Verizon
  • Sachem Central School District
  • NYPD
  • National Grid
  • Brookhaven National Laboratory
What Grads Do
  • Education
  • Sales
  • Operations
  • Healthcare Services
  • Administrative
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Support
  • Accounting
  • Community and Social Services
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Information Technology
  • Consulting
  • Program and Project Management
  • Media and Communication
Data from
Niche Grades
Overall Experience
Student Life
Professor Rating
Test Scores
Critical Reading
420 - 520
498 - 580
940 - 1130
16 - 24
16 - 23
19 - 23

This range represents the middle half of incoming freshman from the 25th to 75th percentile. The writing component is now optional and no longer reported. Historical writing ranges: 420 - 520 for SAT

SAT Math
SAT Reading

This distribution represents incoming freshman test scores and GPA on 4.0 scale.

Free ACT and SAT test prep

Free SAT test prep

Applicants 1,301 452 849
% Admitted 87% 87% 87%
% Admits That Enroll 19% 21% 17%
Incoming Freshman Average GPA 3.0
  • Accepted
  • Denied
  • Applied
  • Waitlisted
  • Admission Considerations
    Recommended Rec.
    High School GPA
    High School Rank
    High School Transcript
    College Prep Classes
    Demonstrate Competencies
    Admission Test Scores
    Other Tests (Wonderlic, etc.)
    TOEFL (English proficiency)
    Majors / Programs

    Degrees offered by popularity. Type = Bachelor.

    Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General (39%)
    Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse (19%)
    Business (16%)
    Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer (11%)
    Parks, Recreation & Fitness Stu. (10%)
    Education (7%)
    Business Administration and Management, General (7%)
    Health/Health Care Administration/Management (6%)
    Biological & Biomedical Sciences (6%)
    Biology/Biological Sciences, General (6%)
    Sport and Fitness Administration/Management (4%)
    Kinesiology and Exercise Science (3%)
    Elementary Education and Teaching (3%)
    Accounting (2%)
    Marketing/Marketing Management, General (2%)
    Theology (2%)
    Theology/Theological Studies (2%)
    Net Price

    Average net price = sticker price - financial aid.


    Average net price by income for incoming freshman receiving financial aid.

    Net price for all students (private non-profit and for profit institutions).

    Net price calculator

    Sticker Price

    Sticker price = estimated total cost of attendance.

    On Campus
    Tuition & Fees$36,720
    Books & Supplies$1,200
    Cost of Living$14,090
    Personal Expenses$1,700
    Sticker Price$53,710

    Personal expenses includes laundry, transportation, entertainment and furnishings.

    Financial Aid

    98% of full-time, incoming freshman receive financial aid.

    Receiving Aid %
    Avg. Aid Amount
    Type of Aid
    Grant or Scholarship97%$23,885
    Federal Grants33%$5,866
    Pell Grants33%$4,908
    Other Federal33%$957
    State & Local Grants22%$1,472
    Institutional Grants97%$21,543
    Student Loans84%$11,398
    Federal Loans84%$5,691
    Other Loans28%$16,908

    Financial aid office

    Free scholarship search

    All financials shown for full-time, incoming freshman.

    Total Amount
    Per Student
    Financial Assets $11.6 Million $5,485

    Value of endowment assets at fiscal year end.


    Total federal debt after graduation for undergrad borrowers: $27,000.

    Total cumulative student debt by percentile.

    Total Principal
    Monthly Payment
    10 Year Repayment $14,564 $287

    Most student loans have a grace period before repayment begins.

    3 Year Avg. Default Rate: 3.7%

    Avg. rate for colleges with lacrosse is 5.1%.

    Total federal debt excludes private student loans and parent PLUS loans. Cumulative debt cohort includes 1,002 students.


    Earnings 10 years after enrollment: $43,400

    Earnings of former students working by percentile.

    Earnings of former students who received federal financial aid. Figures shown are median.


    How long until this college investment pays off: 6.4 years.

    Median debt and foregone earnings divided by median earnings. Foregone earnings assumes 4 years to graduation; at this school, 62% of students graduate on time.

    Team Social
    View @sjcmonks_wlax on Instagram
    Campus Safety
    On Campus
    In Residence Halls In Res. Halls
    Criminal Offenses
    Murder - -
    Negligent Manslaughter - -
    Rape 2 2
    Fondling - -
    Incest - -
    Statutory Rape - -
    Robbery - -
    Aggravated Assault - -
    Burglary - -
    Motor Vehicle Theft - -
    Arson - -

    In Residence Halls are a subset of On Campus statistics. Murder includes non-negligent manslaughter.

    The crime data reported by the institutions have not been subjected to independent verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Therefore, the Department cannot vouch for the accuracy of the data reported here. Statistics represent 3-year average data.

    Data from The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the primary federal entity for collecting and analyzing data related to education.

    Carnegie Classifications
    Basic ClassificationMaster's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
    Undergrad InstructionProfessions focus, some graduate coexistence
    Graduate InstructionPostbaccalaureate: Other-dominant, with other professional programs
    Enrollment ProfileHigh undergraduate
    Undergrad ProfileFour-year, medium full-time, inclusive, lower transfer-in
    Size and SettingFour-year, small, primarily residential

    Carnegie classifications provide a framework for evaluating comparable schools.

    Teams In Conference
    Similar Academic Schools