Meghan Miller named RPCS Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach

Roland Park Country School Athletic Director Carol Hatton is pleased to announce that Meghan Miller has been named Varsity Lacrosse Head Coach. Miller has served as Assistant Coach for the REDS since 2016 and has an extensive background in women’s lacrosse as an All-American player for Duke University and Associate Head Coach at Brown University for 12 years.

“I am grateful for the time and energy that our search committee and returning varsity athletes dedicated to the process of finding a leader for the REDS lacrosse program. The quality and strength of the applicant pool speaks to caliber of RPCS lacrosse,” says Hatton. “I am excited to announce that Meg Miller has accepted the position of Head Lacrosse Coach at RPCS. Coach Miller has a strong value system that is in line with the vision of our RPCS athletic experience. Her commitment to the ever-changing game of lacrosse and overall student-athlete experience set her apart in the search process. Meg is well respected as a mentor and colleague in our RPCS community and I am excited to work with her in this new role.”

As a member of the Duke University Women’s Lacrosse team Miller earned 1st Team IWLCA All South honors (2003 and 2004), 2nd Team IWLCA/US All-American honors (2003 and 2004), All-ACC Tournament Team (2003 and 2004), Tewaarton Trophy Award Nominee (2003 and 2004) and ACC Co-Rookie of the Year (2001). In her senior season, Miller finished fifth in the ACC in caused turnovers (1.32 ctpg) and she led the Blue Devils with 48 ground balls. She competed with the Blue Devils in the NCAA Tournament all four years and twice earned Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament Runner-Up. Miller was also a member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) for Duke University.

From 2004 to 2016, Miller served as an assistant and then associate head coach with the women’s lacrosse team at Brown University. In her many years of managing all aspects of the team and promoting the lacrosse program and university to student-athletes across the country, she coached seven All-Ivy League players, three Regional All-American players, and 14 players named to the IWLCA National Academic Team. During this time, she also served as Director of Girls Coaches Development Program for East Bay Bristol County Lacrosse Association. From 2008 to 2010, Miller designed, developed and implemented curriculum for girls’ youth lacrosse coaches and delivered coaching and mentoring to youth level coaches.

“I would like to thank Director of Athletics Carol Hatton, Head of School Caroline Blatti, and the entire search committee for the opportunity to lead the RPCS Lacrosse Program,” says Miller. “I am honored and grateful to carry on the strong tradition of high-end academics and competitive athletics that provide an incredible platform for successful student-athletes. I look forward to building on the rich lacrosse history and helping the team continue to succeed on the field, in the classroom, and in the community. I’m excited to get started in this new role and appreciate the support from the RPCS community.”

Miller holds a B.A. in Psychology with a Certificate in Markets and Management from Duke University, as well as a M.A. in Holistic Leadership from Salve Regina University in Newport, RI.
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