Come improve your stick skills with the Fresno State lacrosse team at the Fall Clinic.
Sarah Lautenbach is entering her second year with Fresno State as an assistant lacrosse coach in the upcoming 2013-14 season. In her first year, Lautenbach worked chiefly with the defensive unit. Her efforts led the Bulldog defense to a season-high 212 groundballs. The team also recorded 90 caused turnovers, the highest in three seasons.
Before joining the `Dogs in 2012, Lautenbach was a volunteer assistant lacrosse coach at Drexel University, where the team was 2012 CAA Tournament Qualifiers.
Prior to coaching at Drexel, Lautenbach was the head lacrosse coach at Holy Family University from 2009-2011. In her first year as head coach she improved the team's record from 0-12 to a 10-7 overall record; setting an NCAA reco rd for the most improved record from a previous season. In 2011, she continued the team's success by making it the CACC tournament for the second season in a row.
As a player at Old Dominion University, Lautenbach started as a midfielder under previous US National Team's Coach Sue Stahl. She finished her senior year tied for second in caused turnovers and tied for third on the team in assists and draw controls.
A native of West Chester, PA, Lautenbach graduated with a bachelor degree in criminology and a minor in sociology from Old Dominion University in 2007.