Marietta College

Marietta College Athletics
215 Fifth Street Marietta, OH 45750
Division 3 Ohio Midwest
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Malory Brunett

Malory Brunett begins her first year as Marietta College’s head women’s lacrosse coach in 2017-18. She is the first head coach in program history, as the Pioneers will take the field for their inaugural women’s lacrosse season during the 2018-19 school year.


Brunett comes to Marietta after serving as a graduate assistant coach at Lake Erie College, an NCAA Division II member of the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, for the past two years. Her primary responsibilities with the Storm included serving as the defensive coordinator and goalie coach as well as strength and conditioning coordinator.


In her two seasons at Lake Erie Brunett helped develop three all-conference players, including two first team honorees. Her defense ranked first in the GLIAC in goals allowed in 2017 and second in 2016.


In addition to her experience with Lake Erie, Brunett spent four years as an assistant coach with the Hero’s Tournament Lacrosse Club in Maryland, as well as two years as a head coach with the Ohio Premier Club team in Cleveland, Ohio.


Brunett competed collegiately at Frostburg State University, an NCAA Division III member, where she was a four-time All-Capital Athletic Conference selection and Rookie of the Year in 2011.


A three-year team captain and two-time MVP for the Bobcats, Brunett capped her career with first team IWLCA All-Region honors. She holds the Frostburg single season and career records for draw controls.


Brunett received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education from Frostburg State University in 2015 graduating Cum Laude. She earned a Master of Education degree from Lake Erie College in 2017.

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Jordan Anderson

Jordan Anderson begins her first year at Marietta College as assistant women’s lacrosse coach in 2017-18. She is the first assistant coach in program history, as the Pioneers will take the field for their inaugural women’s lacrosse season during the 2018-19 school year.


Anderson comes to Marietta after completing her collegiate playing career in basketball and lacrosse at Morrisville State College, an NCAA Division III member of the North Eastern Athletic Conference in Morrisville, New York. Anderson played three years of lacrosse and spent four seasons on the hardwood.


A midfielder and defender in lacrosse, Anderson served as the Mustangs’ team captain her senior year. Morrisville captured NEAC championships and advanced into the NCAA Tournament in 2015 and 2017. Anderson was named first team All-NEAC and the conference Defensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior.


A four-year starter and captain on the women’s basketball team, Anderson led NCAA Division III with 203 assists in her final season. She was named first team All-NEAC as a junior and senior and was the league’s Rookie of the Year in 2013-14. Anderson finished her career as the Mustangs’ career leader in games played, field goals, free throws, points, assists, and steals.


Anderson received a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Performance and Health Promotion from Morrisville State College in 2017. She is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).


Anderson has worked as a counselor with the Hoop Mountain Basketball Camps and as a volunteer coach with the Unadilla Valley Central School. In addition, she has completed strength and conditioning internships with Hamilton College, Colgate University and Morrisville.


A native of West Edmeston, New York, Anderson was a standout three-sport athlete at Unadilla Valley. She earned all-conference honors in basketball, soccer and softball.

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