Foy Named Frostburg St. Head Coach
from press release
FROSTBURG, Md. - Megan Foy has been selected from a national search as the next head coach of the Frostburg State University women's lacrosse team. Foy becomes the eight head coach in the program's 46-year history and will take over the program in mid-December.
Foy inherits a team that finished off its first year in the Capital Athletic Conference in 2011. The Bobcats advanced to the league tournament and placed two athletes on the all-conference team, including the CAC Rookie of the Year selection.
Foy comes to FSU after spending the last year and a half as an assistant coach at Marywood University in Scranton, Pa. Last spring, she helped the Pacers to a program best 13-5 overall record and first-ever bid to the ECAC Tournament. Marywood earned the top seed in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Tournament and had six players selected to the All-CSAC teams.
Prior to Marywood, Foy served as the head coach of the Ravens Lacrosse Club Program in Baltimore, Md. in 2009-10 and was an assistant coach for the Green Turtle Lacrosse Club in Bel Air, Md. in 2008-09.
She received her bachelor's degree in psychology from fellow CAC member York (Pa.) College in May 2010. She was a standout four-year member of the Spartan lacrosse team. She was a two-year captain, helped the team to 35 wins during her four years and is the school's record holder in groundballs in a single game. On the offensive end, Foy scored 61 goals and handed out 13 assists.
She is currently pursuing her master's degree in human services with a concentration in health & wellness at Liberty University.