Former BC standout Caroline Margolis joins the Harvard women's lacrosse coaching staff.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Devon Wills, The Carole Kleinfelder Head Coach for women's lacrosse has announced that Caroline Margolis has joined the Crimson as an assistant coach.
"I am very excited to welcome Caroline to Harvard Lacrosse," Wills said. "While Caroline draws on her experience as a decorated player, both collegiately and professionally, she is an avid student of the game and you can see her passion for the lacrosse through her coaching style. Her insight, creativity, and work ethic will be a great addition to our program as we look to compete for Ivy Championships and a national ranking."
Margolis comes to Harvard after she served as an assistant at High Point last season, helping the Panthers earn a Big South Championship and an NCAA Tournament berth with a school-record 17 wins.
Margolis is familiar with the Boston area, as she served as an assistant coach at MIT for the 2017 season. She focused mainly on the draw and offensive units. She also spent the 2017 United Women's Lacrosse season with the Baltimore Ride.
Margolis was a standout member of the Boston College program from 2012-16 and was a member of four NCAA Tournament teams, including the first-ever BC squad to reach the NCAA quarterfinals in 2014. She was team captain her senior year and was named to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List in 2015. She was named to the IWLCA All-Northeast Region and All-ACC Second Teams in 2015.
She graduated with a double degree in economics and applied psychology & human development from Boston College in 2016.