Kathy Railey

With 25 years of collegiate women's lacrosse and field hockey coaching experience, Railey begins her 18th year as a head women's lacrosse coach in 2016.

In 14 seasons, Railey has totaled a career record of 179-114 and is among the NCAA's active winningest coaches in Division III with a .611 winning percentage. She is 115-75 in 11 seasons with the Mustangs.

2016 saw Stevenson advance to the MAC Commonwealth title game for the third straight season and winning eight of its final 10 games en route to its eighth 10-win season in the last nine. A total of five Mustangs earned MAC Commonwealth All-Conference honors, with Carli Bafford honored as an All-Region selection by the IWLCA.

In 2015, the Mustangs advanced to their second-straight Commonwealth Conference championship game. For the sixth-straight season, Stevenson appeared on the top-20 poll. Five players were named all-conference with three on the first team. Senior Kathryn Merrick was named the Offensive Player of the Year.

In 2014, the Mustangs finished with a 13-6 record en route to the program's first conference title and first appearance in the NCAA Division III Women's Lacrosse Championship. Stevenson was ranked for the sixth-straight season, finishing the year at No. 19. Since 2010, the Mustangs have spent a total of 21 weeks in the national poll. Three Mustangs were named to the All-Commonwealth Conference First Team. Stevenson was one of 125 schools who earned IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Squad honors after finishing with a 3.07 team grade point average.

In 2013, Railey was named Commonwealth Conference Coach of the Year as the Mustangs won a school record 16 games while posting a perfect 8-0 record in their first season in the conference. Stevenson, who rose to its highest-ever rankling in the IWLCA Coaches Poll at No. 15, had five players named to the All-Commonwealth Conference First Team, including Player of the Year Marissa Meiklejohn. Meiklejohn was also named a Third-Team All-American by Synapse Sports.

In 2012, the Mustangs finished 9-7 with an appearance in the semifinals of the CAC Women's Lacrosse Championship. In its first season in the new Mustang Stadium, Stevenson finished 6-1 on its home turf. For the third straight season, the Mustangs were ranked in the IWLCA Division III Coaches Poll, when they were ranked No. 19 on March 6, 2012. The Mustangs had five players named to the All-CAC team and two to the IWLCA All-Region team.