Sarah Quigley

Sarah Quigley is set for her second year as the head coach of the womens lacrosse team in 2021.

In her first year, Quigley helped solidify a team that was struggling with low numbers, helping the team to a 1-3 mark during the COVID-19-shortened season, as the Warriors capped the year with a 16-6 win over Albertus Magnus for her first career win.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Lycoming College in 2014, Quigley returned to New City, N.Y., where she became the varsity girls lacrosse coach at Hastings High School before moving to Clarkstown South in 2017, where she served as the head coach for the past three seasons. She also coached with the Clarkstown Lightning club program and Dip N Dunk Lacrosse.

In 2018, while finishing a Master of Social Work from New York University, she joined the Spanish National Team, where she served as captain of the team at the European Lacrosse Championships, helping the team to a 4-3 record. Since joining the team, Quigley has scored 19 goals in the team's 12 games, leading the squad.

Quigley was a four-year starter for the Warriors, finishing her career with 55 points and two game-winning goals, including a thrilling last-minute score in a 17-16 win over Albright in 2012. Quigley was valuable in nearly every aspect of the game, as she also scooped up 109 ground balls, picked up 50 draw controls and caused 21 turnovers in her career.

What they are saying about Coach Quigley
Sarah was a coachs dream. She was hardworking, coachable, selfless and dedicated. She was the type of player that always put the team first. Sarah was a true leader for Lycoming lacrosse during her playing years, and I am excited to see her take over as the head coach. With all of Sarahs qualities as a captain and a player, there is no doubt in my mind that she will thrive as Lycoming Lacrosses next head coach." - Lindsay Reese, Head Womens Lacrosse Coach, Lock Haven University, former Lycoming College womens lacrosse coach

Sarah was a dedicated and loyal player. She displayed consistent work ethic and always led her team with great communication and was hungry for success. As a player, Sarah always had a mature, healthy and well-rounded perspective. She will find great success as a head coach because her players will learn from her gracious and competitive example.