Maddie Coleman enters her eighth season as the assistant women’s lacrosse coach at Denison in 2021 and her second season as Associate Head Coach. In six seasons at Denison, she helped lead the Big Red to six-straight North Coast Athletic Conference Tournament championships. Denison has also advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament in all six seasons and from 2016-19, DU won the NCAC regular season title. Denison has won 37-straight regular-season conference games dating back to the 2015 season.
Prior to the 2019 season, Coleman was named the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Association Assistant Coach of the Year for Division III Women’s Lacrosse.
Coleman came to Granville from Glenalmond College in Perth, Scotland where she spent the year as a girls lacrosse coach and sports assistant after a four-year playing career at the perennial powerhouse Gettysburg College.
While attending Gettysburg College she was the starting goal keeper for the Bullets when they captured their first National Championship in 2011, and was also named to the NCAA All-tournament Team. That year she finished 4th in the nation with a .534 save percentage and 10th in goals-against average. She was a two-time first-team Centennial Conference selection and a two-time All-Metro Region honoree. As a captain in 2012, Coleman earned IWCLA All-American status.
Coleman has worked many camps in the past including- Bill Pilat’s Goalie School, Denison University, Midwestern Force Club Team, and Washington and Lee University.
A native of Lexington, Va., Coleman earned a Master of Education in Sports Leadership degree in 2016 from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in Health Science in 2012 from Gettysburg College.