June 12th, 2019 | by CollegeAD

Danielle Spencer was named head coach of Stanford women’s lacrosse on Wednesday, as announced by Jaquish & Kenninger Director of Athletics Bernard Muir.  Spencer, who served as an assistant at Stanford in 2012, returns to The Farm after she turned around the Dartmouth program in just three years and earned Ivy League Coach of the Year honors in each of her final two seasons. Spencer inherited a program coming off three consecutive losing campaigns, but the Big Green won 11 games in her second year and captured an Ivy League regular season title in her third season. “We are thrilled to welcome Danielle to the Stanford family,” Muir said. “Danielle is well-respected among her coaching peers and throughout the lacrosse community, and has an established history of bringing out the very best in all those associated with her program. “I am very excited for this next step in my coaching journey,” said Spencer, who becomes the seventh head coach in Stanford women’s lacrosse history. – Read More

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