Morgan Stephens joined the UMBC women’s lacrosse coaching staff as an assistant in July of 2015.
Stephens was a four-year letterwinner and defender with the University of Virginia women’s lacrosse team and has been a member of the U.S. Women’s National Lacrosse Team since 2014. During her tenure with the Cavaliers, Stephens accumulated 49 goals, 20 assists, 114 draw controls, 102 ground balls and 63 caused turnovers. The two-time IWLCA Second Team All-American was named to the coveted Tewaaraton Watch List twice during her career. She graduated with a degree in sociology in May of 2015.
Prior to her time at Virginia, the Olney, Md., native was a team captain and All-American on the Our Lady of Good Counsel High School women’s lacrosse team. Stephens earned a pair of Washington Catholic Athletic Conference First Team distinctions.
Stephens gained her first coaching experience as an assistant for the Rebels Lacrosse Team in 2012 and furthered her tutelage experience at various lacrosse camps, including those held at Virginia, North Carolina, Duke, Maryland, Graves Mountain Lacrosse, X10 Lacrosse and Triple Threat. Prior to joining the Retrievers’ staff, she was serving as the head coach of the Cavalier Lacrosse Club, where she worked to mentor high school girls on the transition from being a high school student-athlete to a college student-athlete.