Buck Hired as Lacrosse Offensive Assistant
July 28, 2008
FRESNO, Calif. - Fresno State women's lacrosse coach Sue Behme has announced the hiring of Carlee Buck as the team's offensive assistant coach. Buck comes to Fresno State after spending a year teaching and coaching as an assistant at Saint Margret's in London, England.
"Carlee was a tremendous attacker at Stony Brook University," Behme said. "She brings great knowledge of the game to Fresno State Lacrosse. She is driven and has great enthusiasm and her experience as a top Division I player & coach in England area perfect complement to our staff."
Buck was one the best lacrosse players in Stony Brook history as she finished her career fourth all-time in goals (92), first in assists (133) and first in points (225). In 2005 she led the country in assists at 2.8 a game while earning First Team America East honors. As a freshman in 2004, Buck was named to the America East All-Rookie Team.
Buck attended Penn Yan Academy in Penn Yan, N.Y., and she garnered All-American honors her senior year in high school.
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