Ann Meltzer, whose full name is Mary Anne Mirabal, is a former Lacrosse player and current head coach of the Lawrence Technological University (LTU) Women’s Lacrosse team. She has coached multiple teams over the years and is a big star in the field of Lacrosse.
Ann has been a lifelong Lacrosse player and devoted herself to the sport. Ann is a two-time All-American at the University of Maryland. She played for the United States lacrosse team for five years starting from 1988. She was also selected for the Atlantic Coast Conference 50th Anniversary Lacrosse team.
But Ann’s biggest success came as a coach as she started her coaching career in 1998 at a school in Birmingham. Over the years, she coached different teams like University of Michigan’s club squad as well as University of Detroit’s squad.
Ann joined Olivet College Women’s Lacrosse squad in 2012 as their coach. She stayed at the club for three years, helping them reach the semi-finals of the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association (MIAA) for the first time in their history.
Ann was a coach at Olivet College, Picture Source: Olivet College Athletics
Ann then joined LTU Women’s Lacrosse team as their head coach in 2015. She is looking to take the LTU team, also known as the Blue Devil Team, to new heights with her immense coaching skills.
Ann Meltzer at LTU. Image Source: Twitter
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