JV Girls' Lacrosse
Assistant Coach: Sara Gillis | profile
Caroline Heatley | profile
A 1991 graduate of Proctor Academy (who served on that school’s board of trustees from 2009-2012) Caroline Heatley returned to LA in 2010 as associate athletic director. Ms. Heatley earned her bachelor’s degree in communications (1995) and her master’s degree in sports leadership (2010) from Northeastern University, where in her senior year she captained the Huskies women’s ice hockey team. She then served for two years as assistant athletic director at Proctor Academy before joining the faculty at Lawrence to serve in a variety of roles (from 1997 to 2003) and coached the girls’ hockey team to two ISL championships (her teams also competed in the New England championships in four of her five seasons as head coach). For seven years, Caroline worked at Dexter and Southfield Schools in Brookline, Mass. and oversaw the addition of a high school athletic program to the school and coached girls’ varsity hockey for five seasons. From 2001 to 2009, she was also president of the New England Prep School Girls’ Ice Hockey Association, oversaw all administrative aspects of the coaches’ organization, and provided oversight for all aspects of the New England Championship Tournament. Over the past twelve years, she has been active in USA Hockey as a coach, evaluator and festival director and has been director of the Player Development camps since 2009. That year, Caroline also served at the USA Hockey’s National Office in Colorado as the director of player development camps and oversaw both the coaching and player aspects of the program. Most recently Heatley served as Director of hockey operations for the Women’s National team and U18 National team. Ms. Heatley, who early in her second tenure at LA reprised her role as head coach for girls’ hockey, currently coaches JV field hockey for the Spartans.