Meghan Miller Promoted to Associate Head Women's Lacrosse Coach

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Current women's lacrosse assistant coach Meghan Miller has been elevated to Associate Head Coach as announced by head coach Keely McDonald on Tuesday.  Miller will begin the fifth season of her second stint at Brown in 2015, previously serving as an assistant with the Bears from 2004-2009 before returning to College Hill for the 2011 campaign.

"I am thrilled to have Meg promoted to associate head coach," said McDonald. "We appreciate the time and energy that she has given to the Brown student-athletes and the university.  She is a both a tremendous teacher of the game and caring mentor to our players while having a hand in all aspects of the program.  We are fortunate to have such a high-quality coach leading our defense and our team."

Miller, a native of Severna Park, Maryland, was a two-time All-South Region and Second Team All-American selection while at Duke University.  With the Blue Devils, Miller earned ACC Co-Rookie of the Year honors in 2001 and helped guide the program to four consecutive NCAA Tournament berths.  In 2003 and 2004, Miller was nominated for the Tewaaraton Trophy, an award given to the most outstanding collegiate lacrosse player.

"I'm very grateful for the opportunity at Brown and to continue my time here as associate head coach," said Miller.  "I want to thank Jack Hayes, Sarah Fraser, Keely McDonald and members of the administration for this opportunity. I'm excited for the future of Brown women's lacrosse and look forward to pushing the program to greater heights."

The Bears have recorded back-to-back nine-win seasons in 2013 and 2014, their most successful seasons since winning 10 games in 1997.