Women's Lacrosse


Mallory  Poole
Mallory Poole

Director of Women's Lacrosse Operations

Alma Mater:
LIU Post, '08

Second season


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Mallory Poole Named Director of Women's Lacrosse Operations

Poole spent the previous two years at Virginia Tech as an assistant coach

Mallory Poole joined the Denver women's lacrosse staff prior to the start of the 2017 season.

Poole spent the last two years at Virginia Tech, where she was the defensive and recruiting coordinator for the Hokies. Before that, Poole was the head coach for Bloomsburg University and led the Huskies to a 19-16 overall mark, 14-9 in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, totaling eight players named to the All-PSAC teams, one PSAC Champion Scholar and one player named to the IWLCA All-Region team.

Prior to her time at Bloomsburg, Poole served three years as an assistant coach at the Stevens Institute of Technology and one year as an assistant coach at Dartmouth College.

Poole, who was a member of the United States Women’s Lacrosse Program from 2007 to 2011, helped Stevens Institute to a 43-14 record, two Empire 8 Conference championships and two NCAA second-round playoff appearances. She also helped coach three IWLCA All-Americans and the 2012 Empire 8 Rookie of the Year.

While at Dartmouth, Poole helped lead the Big Green to an overall mark of 8-8 and 5-2 in the Ivy League. She guided five All-Ivy selections on the field in addition to organizing team travel, fundraising, game day operations, clinics, scouting and recruiting.

As a student-athlete, Poole had a decorated career at LIU-Post, where she earned countless honors while helping the Pioneers to three-straight NCAA Tournaments and a National Championship in 2007.

Poole was a four-time IWLCA All-American and was named to the NCAA Division II All-Tournament Team three times. She earned MVP honors and was also featured in the Sports Illustrated prestigious Faces in the Crowd section in 2007.

As a senior, Poole was a Tewaaraton Award nominee for the nation's top player and the IWLCA Scholar-Athlete of the Year. She was also the East Coast Conference Player of the Year and the Inside Lacrosse and WomensLacrosse.com Midfielder of the Year.



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