Brindi Griffin

Brindi Griffin joined the Navy women's lacrosse team as an assistant coach in August of 2021.

In her five years in College Park, Griffin helped Maryland put together a 78-13 (.857) record with two national titles and five Big Ten crowns (regular season: 2017, ’18, ’19; tournament: 2017, ’18). The attacker finished her Maryland career with 66 starts in 91 games played with 199 points on 132 goals with 67 assists. In addition, she recorded 62 ground balls, 11 caused turnovers, and 10 draw controls.

Griffin was a 2020 Inside Lacrosse Honorable Mention All-American and earned IWLCA Second-Team All-Region distinction in 2021. She was named to the 2020 and ’21 Tewaaraton Award Watch List which honors the top male and female college lacrosse players in the United States. Griffin played a pivotal role in Maryland's 2019 National Championship run, being named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team after leading the Terps with nine goals in the Final Four. In addition, she was named to the Big Ten Tournament All-Tournament Team in 2019.

The Edgewater, Md. native was a two-time captain (2020, ’21) for the Terps and earned Big Ten All-Academic honors twice (2020, ’21). She graduated in 2021 with a bachelor's degree in criminology and criminal justice with a minor in public leadership.

Prior to Maryland, Griffin was a standout at McDonogh High School in Owings Mill, Md. She led McDonogh to four straight high school national championships and an 80-0 record. Griffin was the No. 4-ranked recruit in her class by Inside Lacrosse. She earned Under Armour All-America accolades in 2016, while claiming US Lacrosse First-Team All-America distinction three times (2014, ’15, ’16). In addition, Griffin was an Under Armour Underclassman All-American in 2013 and 2014.

Griffin, who was a member of US U-19 team, was a two-time Baltimore Sun First-Team All-Metro (2015, ’16) selection, while being named all-conference all four seasons. In addition, she was an all-conference selection in field hockey and swimming, leading the field hockey team to the IAAM Championship in 2014 and the swim team to the IAAM Championship in 2016. Griffin served as team captain for the lacrosse, field hockey, and swimming teams.