Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach

Flagler College

St. Augustine, FL, USA


College / Women's/Girls


Sep 22

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The Assistant Womens Lacrosse Coach is a full-time, 12-month position that reports directly to the Head Women's Lacrosse Coach. This position oversees the development of Flagler College women's lacrosse players and executes the prescribed program to ensure their physical readiness to compete successfully in a highly competitive NCAA Division II women's lacrosse program. The position is also responsible for the recruitment and procurement of student-athletes who can help the women's lacrosse program maintain national competitiveness.


  • Recruit capable student-athletes that are compatible with the institution
  • Teach, train, coach and instruct student-athletes in the sport of women's lacrosse
  • Assist the head coach in creating, implementing and administering methods of instruction, measurements, and testing of the learning potential and the achievement of student-athletes
  • Assist the head coach with game contracts for each season
  • Obtain scouting reports of season opponents
  • Assist with in-season/off-season conditioning program
  • Equipment distribution and inventory of all uniforms and other related gear
  • Assist with maintaining lacrosse field and locker room facility
  • Maintain practice logs to be given to Compliance Director
  • Complete unofficial/official visits paperwork
  • Setup and coordinator on-campus recruiting visits
  • Pre-game schedule sent to incoming teams each spring
  • Scholarship breakdown in excel
  • Engage in successful community relations within the college community; establish a positive opinion of Flagler Athletics in particular among Flagler students, faculty and other employees
  • Establish a positive opinion of the Flagler women's lacrosse program within the city of St. Augustine, the state of Florida, and on the national level
  • Communicate (when appropriate) with students, parents and physicians to determine student-athlete eligibility or ineligibility to participate
  • Assist the head coach and athletic trainers in handling injuries and emergencies
  • Assist the head coach in creating, implementing and administering methods of instruction, measurements and testing of the learning potential and the achievement of student-athletes
  • Assist the head coach in scheduling all competition against recognized and respected colleges and universities
  • Assist the head coach in scheduling and administering efficient, effective, well-organized practice sessions
  • Maintain regular office hours throughout the calendar year and attend college events as available
  • Encourage retention of student-athletes
  • Assist the head coach in organizing and implementing fundraising initiatives
  • Assist head coach in remedying any unsatisfactory circumstances that may occur
  • Perform all other duties as assigned by the Director of Athletics, Head Coach, or other college executives


  • Minimum Qualifications:
  • Bachelors degree
  • 3 years prior coaching or collegiate playing experience
  • Characteristics Preferred:
  • Demonstrated leadership ability
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate professionally and effectively
  • Strong work ethic
  • Positive, enthusiastic approach to job responsibilities
  • Demonstrated ability to work within a team, placing departmental and institutional priorities above personal advancement
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • Masters degree
  • 5 years coaching experience in a nationally competitive collegiate lacrosse program
  • Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
  • Work is primarily performed on a lacrosse field, classroom, or office setting
  • Travel is required for competition and recruiting
  • Working early mornings, evenings, and weekends is required
  • Essential functions of this position require lifting, manual dexterity, large motor skills, ability to communicate
  • Occasional lifting and carrying objects up to 75 pounds; frequent lifting and carrying, pushing, or pulling objects weighing up to 50 pounds; and/or continuous lifting, carrying, pushing, or pulling 10-20 pounds
  • Utilizes memory for details, verbal instructions


Flagler College is a private liberal arts college located in St. Augustine, Florida. Founded in 1968, our mission is to enrich lives by creating a thoughtful, personalized experience in a supportive educational community. 


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