Former assistant Molly Lehman-Lewis returned to Belmont Abbey this fall when she was named Head Women's Lacrosse Coach. She started her coaching career at The Abbey in 2010, where she worked primarily with defenders and goaltenders, while also playing a large role in recruiting and scouting reports. Lewis helped guide The Crusaders to a 23-24 record in her three seasons, including a 13-6 mark in conference play.
Lehman-Lewis spent the last three years running CLT Lacrosse, Inc., where she was the director of Little Sticks Lacrosse. During that time, she also worked as a varsity assistant for Myers Park High School (2015-17) and assisted at Queens (spring 2017). Additionally, Lehman-Lewis has worked as the Director of Coaching with Queen City Star's Elite Girls Lacrosse Club for eight years and is a Coaching Development Trainer with US Lacrosse.
A 2010 graduate of SUNY-Potsdam with a degree in Psychology, Lehman-Lewis was a four-year letterwinner as an attacker for the Bears. She scored 115 goals during her career including a team-high 53 during her junior season. She accumulated 111 draw controls during her senior season which is still a SUNY Potsdam single-season record. She was named a team captain as a senior and was Team MVP in both 2009 and 2010.
"Arriving back at the Abbey this fall was a huge blessing which allowed me the ability to see the players finish out fall ball and prep for spring season," Lehman-Lewis added. "I am incredibly excited to return to the Abbey. It has held a special place in my heart and is where I am called to be. This community is extraordinary and I look forward to leading the women's lacrosse program."