Coach Coleman played Division I Lacrosse at Fairfield University, where she was team captain, and at Georgetown University where she finished her career as a fifth year graduate player.
At Fairfield, she set the single-season record for points (90) and goals (68) as a freshman and assists (27) as a sophomore. By her junior year she set the career record for goals (186), points (257) and assists (71). In 2008, she was MAAC Rookie of the Year and Fairfield Freshman Athlete of the Year. She was a three time IWLCA All-Northeast Region Second Team performer, a two-time MAAC Offensive Player of the Year winner, and a three time First Team All-MAAC honoree. She was also a three time member of the MAAC All-Academic Team. Kristen graduated from Fairfield as a US Lacrosse All-American.
Following a serious knee injury suffered before her senior season, Ms. Coleman transferred to Georgetown University where she finished her lacrosse career and obtained her Master Degree in Sports Management. Kristen was a leading scorer for the Hoyas and was nominated to play in the North vs. South Senior All Star Game representing Georgetown. She was also selected for the IWCLA Academic Honor Roll.
Ms. Coleman graduated from the Academy of the Holy Cross in 2007 where she is currently the head coach for the Varsity lacrosse team. During her high school career she was a four year Varsity Lacrosse player, serving as team captain during her junior and senior years. She was a 2007 U.S. Lacrosse High School All-American, and a three-time All-WCAC player, two time team MVP, and 2nd team All-Met. AHC finished her senior year ranked #6 in the Washington Post. As a senior, she tallied 89 goals and 44 assists and their team record was 18-2.
Coleman currently works in the Athletic Department at Georgetown Preparatory School and is the President of Potomac Power Lacrosse.
Eric McAndrew – Coach McAndrew graduated from Georgetown Prep in 1994. He was captain of the soccer team his junior and senior year, was named All-IAC his junior and senior year and led the league in scoring his senior year. Additionally he was a goal keeper on his club team, a team that won multiple state and regional championships. As a goal keeper he was a member and captain of Maryland’s Olympic Development team throughout high school. He went on to play soccer at Georgetown University as a goal keeper. In 2002 he returned to Prep to help coach soccer.