Emily De Jiacomo

Emily Wetmore De Jiacomo was named as the first head coach in Brenau Lacrosse history in 2016.

Prior to coming to Brenau, the Horseheads, New York native spent five and a half years as the head coach at NCAA Division III Birmingham Southern College. During her tenure, she grew the program to record heights, capped by an outstanding 2016 season.

During the 2016 campaign, Wetmore led the Panthers to a 12-5 record-the program’s finest season to date that matched the record for most wins, captured a share of the Southern Athletic Association title, netted post season all-conference honors for nine athletes and earned her Conference Coach of the Year.

Also during her tenure at Birmingham Southern, Wetmore coached an offensive and a defensive player of the year, had two players receive IWLCA First Team, All-Region honors and had 38 All-Conference selections. Additionally Additionally, one of her players earned NCAA Statistical Champion two years in a row for both ground balls and caused turnovers.​

Before taking the reins at Birmingham Southern, Wetmore was also an assistant at Allegheny College for two seasons and assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at Franklin Pierce College.

As a collegiate player, Wetmore played lacrosse at Stonehill College in Easton, Massachusetts where he helped to lead the Skyhawks to the 2005 NCAA Division II National Championship.

In her spare time, Wetmore enjoys taking spin classes and spending time with her family.