Galvin Joins Women's Lacrosse as Assistant Coach

Galvin Joins Women's Lacrosse as Assistant Coach

WASHINGTON - The Catholic University of America women's lacrosse head coach Meghan McDonogh has announced the addition of Meaghan Galvin to the Cardinals' coaching staff for the 2017-18 season as the team's assistant coach.

Galvin, who graduated from Christopher Newport University in 2017, was a highly decorated two-time All American, four-time All-Region and four-time All-Capital Athletic Conference selection for the Captains. Among many other accolades in her time at CNU she was also selected the 2014 CAC Rookie of the Year and the 2016 CAC Player of the Year.

During Galvin's tenure, the Captains joined the CAC in 2014 and rose to their highest national ranking, 15th in 2016. She currently tops the CNU record board with most career draw controls (326) and is among the top five all-time leaders in points (292), goals (174) and assists (118).

Prior to joining the Catholic coaching staff, Galvin served as the head coach at Storm Lacrosse in Richmond, Va., where she coached high school lacrosse players to perform at their highest levels while mentoring and preparing them for collegiate showcases.

Galvin received a bachelors degree in fine arts from Christopher Newport University in the spring of 2017 and currently resides in Arlington, Va.

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