Chatham University

Chatham University Athletics
1 Woodland Rd Pittsburgh, PA 15232
Division 3 Pennsylvania Northeast
Private Very Small Developing team

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Alyssa Batty

Alyssa Batty will begin her fourth season as head women's lacrosse coach at Chatham University in 2020-21.


Batty comes to Chatham after previously spending two seasons as an assistant coach at Illinois Wesleyan University. During her time at IWU, Batty helped the Titans reach their first ever conference championship, and improve an overall record of 7-9 in their first season as a program to 15-4 this past year.


Before Batty landed at IWU, she spent one season as a volunteer assistant coach at Division I Delaware State University. Currently, Batty also works with Quaker City Lacrosse Club which is originally out of Philadelphia.


Before Batty began her coaching career, she had an outstanding career as a player. Alyssa was a four-year starting goalie at Wesley College in Delaware, and upon graduation she had broken the school records for most saves in a season and most saves in a career. Entering her senior season, the NCAA recognized Alyssa has one of the top five returning Division III players in the nation. During her 2013 season, she would earn Second-Team All-Capital Conference.


Alyssa has many goals for the new women's lacrosse program at Chatham, but the ultimate goal is to provide a positive and comfortable learning environment where her student-athletes can strive on and off the field. "On the field, Chatham Women's Lacrosse will become a dominate team within the Ohio River Lacrosse Conference within the first few years, and off the field our program will make academics, community service, and school pride a major priority."

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Kaylee Miller

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Sam Bidlack

Sam Bidlack enters her second year as Chatham University's assistant women's lacrosse coach in 2020-21.


Bidlack, a 2019 graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University with a degree in environmental studies, comes to Chatham with an array of lacrosse talent. Bidlack made All-College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin teams her sophomore, junior, and senior years, and was also named to the All-Great Lakes Region team and the Most Valuable Offensive Player in 2019. Bidlack finished her collegiate playing career with 86 goals, 151 assists, and 106 ground balls.


Bidlack once again brings her offensive knowledge to the table for the Cougars this spring as they begin their fourth season.

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