The 2020 season marks the first for Alex O’Herrick on The College of Wooster’s women’s lacrosse coaching staff.
O’Herrick arrived at Wooster after spending a season assisting Lycoming College’s program. There, she helped coach Kelly McGinniss, who set a NCAA all-divisions single-season record with 239 draw controls and was the third player in NCAA Div. III history to record 600 draw controls in a career.
A standout midfielder herself, O’Herrick earned two IWLCA All-Region honors while attending Lock Haven University. She graduated as the program’s career leader in draws (365), and ranked seventh nationally in draws per game as a senior. As a first-year, O’Herrick was a member of Lock Haven’s national runner-up team.
O’Herrick graduated from Lock Haven with a bachelor’s in sports administration.