Head Coach Erin Schurr is entering her second season as the bench boss for the Mavericks after posting an 8-10 overall record and 4-5 record in NEAC play.
The Mavs earned their eighth straight trip to the NEAC postseason under Schurr's tutelage, and won the first ever game on the Mavericks new field at Medaille Sports Complex, an 8-7 win over Washington & Jefferson.
Schurr came to Agassiz Circle after being the Head Coach for the SUNY Poly Wildcats from 2012-2017. During her four year stint with SUNY Poly, Schurr took the Wildcats to unprecedented heights. She compiled a 35-24 overall record, helping 20 student-athletes earn All-Conference honors. She also coached the 2015 NEAC Defensive Player of the Year, as well as the 2016 and 2017 NEAC Offensive Player of the Year.
In 2016 Schurr lead SUNY Poly to the greatest season in program history, going 13-4 and 8-1 in the NEAC en route to their first ever NEAC Championship. Wins over Morrisville State and Cazenovia in the NEAC Tournament earned Schurr and the Wildcats a berth into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in school history and earning her the 2016 NEAC Women's Lacrosse Coach of the Year.
Schurr was also the Women's Soccer Coach during her time at SUNY Poly, compiling a 54-42-8 record while boasting 16 All-Conference players and the 2015 NEAC Defensive Player of the Year.
Before her coaching days, Schurr was a member of the Women's Lacrosse team as a student-athlete at Fredonia from 2003-2007. As a player she racked up 46 goals, 21 assists, 69 points, 92 ground balls, caused 52 turnovers, and earned 49 draw controls.
Schurr graduated from Fredonia in 2007 with a Bachelors Degree in Sport Management and followed that up with a Masters Degree in 2015 from Concordia University-Irvine in Coaching and Athletic Adminsitration.