Caitlin Erickson starts her second year as head coach for the Lindenwood - Belleville field hockey and lacrosse teams.
During her first season with Lindenwood-Belleville, Erickson tied the lacrosse program high in wins and graduated the programs first class of 4-year seniors this past season.
Prior to coaching at Lindenwood-Belleville, Caitlin was a graduate assistant coach for the Lindenwood – St. Charles field hockey team from 2011-2013. During that time she primarily focused on developing goalkeepers.
Prior to coaching, Erickson played four years of field hockey as a goalkeeper at Lindenwood, earning the starting spot her senior year, along with Athlete of the Week Honors and MVP of the 2009 season. She also played three years of lacrosse as a keeper, where the team earned its highest national rank in history her senior year.
Prior to attending Lindenwood, Erickson played three years of field hockey and four years of softball at Antioch Community High School in Antioch, IL, as well as one season with Windy City Field Hockey Club in Chicago, IL.
Erickson graduated from Lindenwood University in St. Charles with a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education in 2011 and received her Master of Arts in sport management in 2013.