Lyndsey Munoz

Lyndsey Munoz became a full-time member of the Mason women's lacrosse staff after being promoted to assistant coach in June 2021.

Munoz previously served as a volunteer assistant during the 2021 campaign.

"I am beyond excited to welcome Lyndsey to Mason Nation," Mupo said. "Having her serve as a volunteer over the past several months has given her insight to the new vision we have for our program as well as the inner workings of our athletic department. Her experience both playing collegiately and nationally, as well as coaching at various levels across the country - including the collegiate level - helps diversify and strengthen the core of our staff. Mason women's lacrosse got much stronger today!"

A standout goaltender at Stanford from 2011-14, Munoz ranks fourth all time in saves (400) and is seventh in goals against average (10.58). She led the Cardinal to three NCAA appearances in her four seasons, including the program's first-ever tournament win over Notre Dame in 2013.

She has continued to foster an active playing career throughout her post-collegiate life and currently is in the selection process to play for the Spanish National Team at the 2022 World Cup in Towson

Munoz brings a diverse coaching resume to Mupo's staff. She has gained experience in the collegiate game while serving as a volunteer coach at Ohio State and Mason and a goalie consultant at Johns Hopkins.

In addition to her collegiate proficiency Munoz worked for three years at the Academy of Lacrosse in Santa Monica, Calif., from 2018-20, where she grew participation in the game, developed performance and skill training programs and also created social media and marketing plans for clubs in the area. While in that role, she also led the LA Women's Developmental National Team as Co-Head Coach and was the head coach for the Westlake High School varsity program.

"I couldn't be more excited to join the staff at George Mason," Munoz said. "From the day I started as a volunteer, I immediately felt like I belonged here, which is a testament to Mason's emphasis on community and inclusion. I'm so grateful to Kara Mupo, Nena Rogers, and Brad Edwards for the opportunity to positively impact the future of George Mason lacrosse and the student-athletes who represent our program."

Munoz owns LM Training, providing wellness, performance, lacrosse education and coaching to players and coaches.

She also has experience growing the game in the DMV, where she served as the program director for the Washington Inner City Lacrosse Foundation from 2014-16.