Eryn McCaffrey-Jacobs

Eryn was hired in October of 2014 to take over as the Keuka College women's lacrosse head coach, and enters her fourth season leading the Wolves in 2018.

In 2017, Keuka went 6-8 (5-4 NEAC) and were defeated in the first round of the North eastern Athletic Conference. Sophomores Elizabeth Sherman and Ally Thayer were both voted as First Team All-Conference by the league's coaches. Morgan Bruno was named to the second team and Danielle Chidsey earned third team honors.

In 2015, Keuka went 13-3 (9-0 NEAC) to win the NEAC regular-season title. McCaffrey was named NEAC Coach of the Year as Keuka advanced into the NEAC championship game. Keuka won nine straight from April 8-May 2, outscoring the competition 153-69 during that stretch. Seniors Jenn Burt and Kaycee Maguire named first-team All-NEAC as Keuka landed six on the all-conference teams. Senior Olivia Hudson (2nd), and sophomores Sydney Forshay (2nd), Kayla Robinson (2nd), and Morgan Bruno (3rd) were also honored. Maguire earned Team MVP after scoring 45 points (38 goals, 7 assists) with 66 groundballs, 63 draw control wins and 42 caused turnovers.

McCaffrey came to the Green and Gold after spending the previous two seasons as the head women's lacrosse coach at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, N.C.

"I am thrilled to take over this program. I am extremely lucky to be coaching such a great group of young women," said McCaffrey, a 2009 graduate of St. Andrews Presbyterian College.

"I think Kelly Lickert-Orr did a phenomenal job with this program during her time here, and I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge of the game and continuing to grow this program. My goal is to continue the successes these young women have worked so hard to achieve, and hopefully bring Keuka another NEAC championship and another NCAA appearance."

McCaffrey, a native of Cicero, N.Y., built the Chowan women's lacrosse program from the ground-up. She was responsible for recruiting student-athletes to the Division II institution, and grew her roster to 25 student-athletes.

With McCaffrey in charge, Chowan won two games during the program's inaugural season, then doubled the win total to four during her second season at the helm.

"I love the atmosphere at Keuka College. It is a very tight-knit community and there is a lot of support within the college for athletics," said McCaffrey, who received a bachelor's degree in physical education from St. Andrews.