Amanda Belichick named Holy Cross women's lacrosse coach

Friday July 10th, 2015

Amanda Belichick, the daughter of New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, has been named the head coach of Holy Cross women's lacrosse, the school announced on Friday. 

Belichick spent the last two years as the head coach at Wesleyan, her alma mater. She has also served as an assistant coach at Ohio State and UMass.

“I am excited and honored to be the next women's lacrosse coach at Holy Cross,” Belichick said. “I want to thank Nathan Pine, Joe Bertoletti and the entire search committee for this opportunity and for believing in my vision for the future of Holy Cross women's lacrosse. I look forward to building on the school's great tradition and working with the talented student-athletes in the program.”

As a women's lacrosse player at Wesleyan, Belichick scored 47 goals and was team captain as a senior.

Holy Cross is a Division I school that competes in the Patriot League.

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