Kylee White

Kylee White, a four-time member of Canadian World Cup teams, enters her eighth season as San Diego State women's lacrosse head coach in 2019.

Women's lacrosse became the 19th collegiate sport at SDSU in 2012 and the first addition since 2000, when women's indoor track and field began competition.

White has transformed San Diego State's fledgling program into a top contender in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, highlighted by its first-ever conference championship in 2018.
Under White's guidance, the Aztecs' established a program standard with 11 wins during their historic 2018 campaign, finishing with double-digit victories in consecutive seasons for the first time in school history. Individually, SDSU also set a program record with seven student-athletes named to the all-MPSF team, including Harlowe Steele (38) and Jill Haight (37), who gave the Aztecs two scorers with 35 goals or more in the same season for the first time ever, while Kirstie Greenlaw, Mackenzie Lech, Marissa MacRae, Elizabeth Rourke and Katy Sharretts received all-conference recognition as well. In addition, SDSU collected a league-high 15 MPSF Player of the Week awards during the regular season and had seven individuals merit MPSF all-academic honors for their outstanding work in the classroom. As a team, SDSU was among the nation's best in the circle, averaging conference-high 15.26 draw controls per game, which ranked 14th in the country.

With White at the helm, SDSU completed another memorable slate in 2017, culminating in its first-ever postseason triumph with a conquest of Oregon in the quarterfinals of the MPSF Championships. Fueled by the offensive production of first-team all-MPSF honoree Kristen Hickey, as well as the defensive exploits of second-team selections Mackenzie Lech and Katrina Reeves, the Aztecs recorded double-digit wins for the first time in program history, finishing with a 10-8 mark overall. The Scarlet and Black posted a 6-1 record during a month-long homestand in March, including a pair of overtime wins over New Hampshire and Cal. The Aztecs displayed their tenacity on defense throughout the year, ranking 15th nationally with nearly 11 caused turnovers per game. Following the season, Lech, Reeves and Steele were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Squad after earning MPSF all-academic distinction along with Natalie Peel.