Kristi Crowley

Kristi Crowley is in her second season as the head women's lacrosse coach for the Hendrix Warriors.

In her first year as head coach for the Warriors, Crowley led the team to breaking several records. Crowley led Hendrix to a 7-8 record in her first year that was capped off with the Warriors winning its first-ever SAA Tournament game following a 16-11 victory over Birmingham-Southern in the SAA semifinals; a victory that was also Hendrix's first-ever win over the Panthers in program history. Crowley coached Morgan Dasch, a senior who set the career record in goals scored and demolished several program records including goals in a game (11) while also tying the SAA single game record as well.

Before coming to Hendrix, Crowley served as the head women's lacrosse coach for Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. In addition to being the head lacrosse coach, she also assisted with game management and was a physical education professor as well. Crowley managed games for the 2017, 2018, and 2019 seasons for Westminster College.

Crowley was also head coach of Northland College in Ashland, Wis. for the 2015 season. She developed relationships with club and high school coaches, organized and arranged recruiting visits, managed programs budget, and also organized season games for the 2016-17 year.

In 2014-15, Crowley served as the graduate assistant women's lacrosse coach at St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., while also assisting with compliance and game management as well.

Crowley's coaching career originated 2013-14 when she obtained an assistant coach position with Hartwick College in Oneonta, N.Y. Her coaching duties included recruiting and developing the goalies, one of which achieved honorable mention in the Empire 8 Conference that year. implementing daily practice plans, aiding in game preparation daily, assisting in film breakdown, and facilitating game tape exchange/assisting with film breakdown.

Crowley played her freshman campaign at St. Bonaventure University. She transferred to Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA for her final three seasons of competition. Crowley wasted little time making an impact with the flames as she led the team in points, goals, draws, free-position goals and was named a National Lacrosse Conference Player of the Week in her sophomore campaign. During her junior and season, she ranked second on the team in both goals and points registering career highs in both categories and helped the Flames to the NLC Playoffs. In her final season, she tallied 40 goals to pace the team once again.