Carlee Buck in entering her second year as Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at Lenoir-Rhyne in 2018.
Last season, Buck guided the Bears to an 11-8 mark, a 5-3 record in South Atlantic Conference play and a trip to the semifinals of the league tournament championship.
Prior to LR, Buck served four seasons as Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach and Coordinator of Recruiting for Limestone (2013-16), an NCAA Division II powerhouse in Gaffney, S.C.
With Buck on staff, the Saints went 68-10 and earned a spot in the NCAA Division II National Championship game in 2013 and won four straight Conference Carolinas Championships. In addition, Buck helped coach 15 players who earned IWLCA All-Americans.
Before Limestone, Buck coached at Fresno State in Fresno, California, from 2009 to 2012. Buck was an assistant coach for three years (2009-10, 2012) in addition to serving as interim head coach for the 2011 season. Buck was part of a program which began competing at the NCAA Division I level in 2009.
Buck also coached and taught at St. Margaret's School in Bushey, England, for one year (2007-08) and is a certified United States Lacrosse Level 3 Local Rated Official.
Buck was a four-year player for Stony Brook University (2004-07) in Stony Brook, N.Y., where she started all 65 games in her career for the Seawolves and finished with 92 goals, 133 assists and 225 points.
Buck was an All-American East Conference First Team selection on two occasions (2005 and 2007) and led the nation in assists per game in 2005. Buck graduated from Stony Brook in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in sociology.