Lake Erie College

Lake Erie College Athletics
391 West Washington Street Painesville, OH 44077
Division 2 Ohio Midwest
Private Small National competitor


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Mallory Ferrandiz

Ferrandiz joins the Storm family after serving as the first assistant at Belmont Abbey College for two seasons. Under the direction of Ferrandiz the Storm has been a main stay in the GLIAC tournament with appearances in postseason play in all three season’s Ferrandiz has led the Storm. Ferrandiz has had eight players named to All-GLIAC teams in her three seasons with the Storm, including four first-team selections and a freshman of the year selection in 2015. With Ferrandiz at the helm the Storm had the best start to a season in school history in 2017 as they started 8-0.

She helped lead the Crusaders to two Conference Carolina semifinal appearances. In her first season, four Crusaders earned All-Conference honors in addition to the Conference Carolina Freshman of the Year award. Last season, three Crusaders earned All-Conference honors. The Crusaders also had the groundball statistical leader in Division-II in 2014.

Prior to coaching at Belmont Abbey, Ferrandiz held assistant positions at St. Joseph’s College and her alma mater, the University of New Haven. Her duties at St. Joseph’s included scouting opponents, recruiting and community service during their inaugural year. At New Haven, Ferrandiz assisted with strength and condition in addition to game planning, fundraising, community service, recruiting and monitoring her athlete’s academic progress while helping the Chargers finish the 2011 season ranked 10th in the country. Ferrandiz has also served as a coach for Eli’s Girls Lacrosse and Sayville Girls Summer Lacrosse Camp.

Ferrandiz had a decorated collegiate playing career as a midfielder at Division-II University of New Haven. She earned All-American honors and became the school’s first player to earn First-Team All-IWCLA honors in 2009. Ferrandiz was named the Northeast 10 Conference Championship MVP for her efforts in leading the Chargers to the Northeast-10 conference crown and lifted her team to the NCAA Quaterfinals while peaking at number six in the national rankings that year. She also earned three First-Team All-North Regional and NEC All-Conference Team selections. As a freshman, she was named to the All-National Rookie Team. A three-year captain and two-time Team MVP, Ferrandiz finished her career at New Haven with 213 points on 146 goals and 67 assists. Ferrandiz was inducted into the New Haven Hall of Fame on March 24th, 2017. Off the field, Ferrandiz was a member of SAAC for four years.

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Kayla Bohn

Graduate Assistant Coach

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