Mallory Bahr

In July 2020, Mallory Bahr was named the first head coach in program history.

Prior to taking the helm of the Spalding women’s lacrosse program, Bahr was the head coach at NCAA Division III Johnson & Wales University – Denver helping lead the Wildcats to a 12-10 win over NCAA Division II Adams State in 2020.

Before taking over at JWU – Denver, Bahr was the head coach at Tennessee Wesleyan University in Athens, Tennessee where she led the Bulldogs to an 11-4 record.

Bahr also served as Head Coach at Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin where she served as strength and conditioning coordinator as well as developed the game plans for the Buccaneers in Midwest Women's Lacrosse Conference action.

Bahr began her collegiate coaching career at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama where she served as Assistant Coach. As an assistant for the Hawks, Bahr was responsible for recruiting and planning team conditioning. She was also in charge of maintaining academic plans for each member of the team.

In 2017, Bahr graduated with her Master of Sports Administration from Ohio University, and received a Bachelor of Art in Sports Management from North Central College.