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Caitlyn Mccginley

CALDWELL, N.J- Caldwell University Assistant Vice President/Director of Athletics Mark A. Corino has named Caitlyn McGinley to lead the women’s lacrosse program and also serve as the department’s recreation director. McGinley was a standout player at Fairleigh Dickinson University and was an assistant coach at FDU for the past four seasons.

“I am honored to be selected and accept the position of the head women’s lacrosse coach at Caldwell University,” said McGinley. “I would like to thank Mark Corino for allowing me this great opportunity. I am excited to work with this group of athletes to continue and improve the success of this program. I would like to thank the student-athletes at Fairleigh Dickinson and most importantly Adriennne Carr for shaping me into the coach I am today.”

McGinley comes to Caldwell after having served as an assistant coach for the FDU-Madison since 2015. She developed practice plans as well as assist in recruiting and operations for the Devils women’s lacrosse program. McGinley was part of three MAC Freedom Championship squads from 2016-18 and three NCAA Division III Championships appearances.

“We are very pleased to have Caitlyn McGinley joining our staff as the women’s lacrosse head coach,” said Corino. “She has an extensive background coaching lacrosse and we expect her to continue to build on the foundation of the program.”

McGinley was a four-year defender and midfielder for FDU for four seasons from 2012-15, earning Middle Atlantic Freedom Conference Rookie of the Year in 2012. During her Devils career, she was named to the First Team All-MAC Freedom in each of her four seasons. McGinley helped lead the Devils to three conference titles along with one trip to the NCAA DIII Tournament. She was named as a team captain during her senior season. McGinley ended her playing career with 53 goals, six assists, 98 ground balls, 63 draw controls, and 91 caused turnovers.

McGinley graduated from FDU-Madison in 2015 with a degree in psychology with a minor in childhood studies.