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St. Marys College of Maryland

St. Marys College of Maryland Athletics
18952 East Fisher Road St Marys City, MD 206863001
Division 3 Maryland Northeast
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Brittney Morris

EDUCATION

Master of Arts in Sports Management - Athletic Administration and Compliance - Wingate University (2021)

Bachelor of Science in Public Relations with minor in Coaching - Kennesaw State University (2016)

COACHING CERTIFICATIONS

USA Lacrosse Coaching Development Program Level 1

USA Lacrosse Sankofa Training

Brittney Morris was named the 14th head coach in the history of the St. Mary's College women's lacrosse program in December 2021.


Morris arrived in St. Mary's City following four years as the head women's lacrosse coach at Division III Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. In her final year at Oglethorpe, she also served as the diversity & inclusion coordinator. During her tenure with the Petrels, Morris mentored 10 All-Southern Athletic Association (SAA) selections, including two First Team selections, and led the team to a pair of SAA playoff appearances. She fostered a strong academic environment as well with four players named to the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Roll, 51 named to the SAA Academic Honor Roll, and one to the SAA Sigma Alpha Alpha List.


The Woodstock, Ga., native has been involved with all aspects of the game, including playing, coaching, and officiating. Morris coached high school club lacrosse in the Atlanta area for several years, working with Hotlanta Lacrosse (2011-17) and Gwinnett Rush Lacrosse (2019).


She currently serves as the league president for the Southeastern Women's Lacrosse League, an organization of 16 collegiate club teams, of the Women's Collegiate Lacrosse Association (WCLA). Prior to becoming the SWLL president, Morris was its vice president for three years. She is also a member of the WCLA Board and serves as the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Chair.


As a student at Kennesaw State University, Morris served as team president and player-coach of the Owls women's club lacrosse team from 2011 through 2016.


SEASON-BY-SEASON HIGHLIGHTS

2021 (OU): Led Stormy Petrels to semifinals of SAA Tournament as No. 3 seed - highest seed in program history ... Coached five All-SAA selections in Jordan Chandler (1st), Ally Moir (2nd), Kaitlynn Alford (2nd), Sydney Trammell (HR), and Nyah Coulter (HR) ... 10 named to SAA Academic Honor Roll


2020 (OU): 14 named to SAA Academic Honor Roll ... Dreshona Mapps-Whitmore named to SAA's Sigma Alpha Alpha


2019 (OU): Led Stormy Petrels to first round of SAA Tournament ... Coached three All-SAA picks in Dreshona Mapps-Whitmore (1st), Madison Goss (2nd), and Jordan Chandler (HR) ... 16 named to SAA Academic Honor Roll ... 4 named to IWLCA Academic Honor Roll


2018 (OU): Coached two All-SAA Second Team selections in Jill Czaplinski and Dreshona Mapps-Whitmore ... 11 named to SAA Academic Honor Roll

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Sydni Thacker

Sydni Thacker joined the Seahawks women's lacrosse coaching staff prior to the 2020 season following a solid four-year career with the St. Mary's College women's lacrosse program.


Thacker, a 5-8 attacker for the Seahawks, notched 66 goals and 14 assists in 54 games played with 36 starts. She added 33 ground balls, 29 draw controls, and 13 caused turnovers as well.


Outside of lacrosse, Thacker served as a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee team representative and joined the SAAC Executive Board as a junior in the role of Vice President of Marketing and as Co-President as a senior. She earned a spot on the 2016 Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) All-Academic Team and was part of the SMCM 3.0 Club during her first-year and sophomore seasons. As a senior, Thacker was the recipient of the Athletic Director's Award for her outstanding service to the Seahawks athletic department.

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Kyle Morris

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