Washington College

Washington College Athletics
300 Washington Avenue Chestertown, MD 21620
Division 3 Maryland Northeast
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Meghan Keelan

Keelan, a Maryland native, comes to the Eastern Shore after serving as head coach at Rhodes College since 2017. She guided the Lynx to the Southern Athletic Association title in six of her seven seasons at the helm (there was no conference title in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic). In total, Keelan finished with a 97-23 record at Rhodes, including a 47-0 mark in SAA play. The Lynx qualified for the NCAA Division III Tournament six times under Keelan, advancing past the first round five times with two trips to the Sweet 16.

Rhodes regularly dominated the postseason awards under Keelan with dozens of All-Conference and IWLCA All-Region selections during her time. This past season, Rhodes racked up four IWLCA All-Region first team selections, three second team All-Region selections and ten All-Conference selections with six first team nods. Keelan's group also finished with five IWLCA Honor Roll selections and was named an IWLCA Honor Squad with a 3.41 team GPA. In 2022, the Lynx earned an IWLCA All-American selection, just the third in SAA Conference history.

Keelan played collegiately at UMBC and served as the Retrievers captain during her senior season. She led the team in assists twice in four years. After graduating from UMBC with a degree in Psychology, Keelan served as an assistant coach at Bucknell University for three seasons.

In 2011, Keelan was named head coach at Division II Shepherd University. Over the course four seasons as the Rams head coach, Keelan racked up a program record 43 wins and a Mountain East Conference title during her final season. After leaving Shepherd, Keelan was named Assistant Coach at Division I Arizona State University before taking over at Rhodes in 2017.

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Maggie Allison

Maggie Allison joined the Shorewomen Lacrosse coaching staff in October of 2022. She arrives in Chestertown after serving as an assistant coach at Indian River High School, her alma mater, in Delaware last season, where she a member of the inaugural team.

Prior to Indian River, Allison had her first collegiate coaching job serving as an assistant coach at Hood during the 2021 season as she helped the Blazers reach the MAC Commonwealth Tournament.

Allison, who started her career at Towson in 2016, transferred to Mount St. Mary's for the 2017 season and notched 12 ground balls and 10 caused turnovers in her first season with the Mountaineers, ranking third on the team in caused turnovers. As a sophomore in 2018, Allison helped Mount St. Mary's reach the NEC Tournament as she had 26 ground balls, 14 caused turnovers and an assist in 17 games, 16 starts. She was third on the squad in caused turnovers and fourth in ground balls. After missing the 2019 season, she returned to play a pair of games in 2020 before the season was halted due to COVID.

She also coaches on the club level as is currently serving as head coach of Carolina Coast 2028.

Allison earned a B.S. in Education Certification from Mount St. Mary's in December 2019.

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Suzie Friedrich

Suzie Friedrich re-joined the Shorewomen Lacrosse coaching staff in February 2021 for her second stint with the program. She served as head coach of the team from 2004-08.

During her first stint with Washington College, the Shorewomen had 14 All-Centennial Conference selections and four all-region picks.

Friedrich, who also coached Shorewomen Soccer from 2003-07 is a 1985 graduate of Penn State. During her time at Penn State, the Nittany Lions reached the 1982 NCAA Championship game.

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