Jillian Lontz

Jillian Lontz is entering her third season as the head coach of the Wesley women’s lacrosse team in 2018-19.

Honors / Accomplishments as head women’s lacrosse coach at Wesley

- Set program records for the longest winning streak (5) and best start to the season (5-0) in back-to-back years
- Tied or broke four single-game team records in 2018
- Set the top three single-game point totals in program history during the 2018 season
- Accumulated a 10-4 (.714) non-conference record in two years
- Best non-conference winning percentage in program history
- In 2018, Fallon Fore became Wesley’s first CAC Player of the Week since the 2016 season
- 15 Academic All-CAC honorees
- Six IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Roll honorees
- Five ECAC Academic Honor Roll student-athletes

Notable Games as Wesley head women’s lacrosse coach

- Feb. 18, 2017: First win as Wesley head coach with a 13-12 victory over Hood
- Feb. 24, 2018: Broke the points and assist record in a 25-3 win over Cedar Crest
- Mar. 3, 2018: Set a scoring record in a 26-17 win over Gwynedd Mercy

Prior to Wesley

After a stint as an assistant coach at Wesley under former head coach Debbie Windett, Lontz became the first women’s lacrosse head coach at Delaware State in 2011. During her four-year tenure with the Hornets, she built the lacrosse team from the ground up and helped secure their membership into the Atlantic Sun Conference after competing as an NCAA Division I Independent. She led the team to a pair of conference victories in her final two seasons.

Playing Career

In her four-year career with the Wolverines, Lontz was a keystone player on the defensive end. At graduation, Lontz ranked fourth in program history in caused turnovers. A team captain, she was selected as the team's Most Valuable Player after her sophomore and junior campaigns.


Lontz graduated from Wesley in 2008 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media Arts. She is currently pursuing her Master of Arts in Sports Leadership from Wesley. She resides in Magnolia, Del. with her husband Justin ’07 and their two children, Gavin and Emmett.