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About Head Coach Jenny Carroll
Jennifer Carroll enters her 14th season coaching the St. Andrew’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team. During her tenure, the Saints have qualified for six state tournaments, been quarterfinalists once, semifinalists once, and finished as state runner-up three times. She has coached the team to an overall record of 110-80, competing in the historically challenging Delaware Independent Schools Conference, as well as against in-state rivals like Cape Henlopen and out-of-state competition such as The Hill School and Sts Peter and Paul. Carroll was recognized for her work with and development of the St. Andrew’s program in 2012, when she was named Delaware Girls’ Lacrosse Coach of the Year.
Coach Carroll combines enthusiasm, intensity, and humor as she pushes her players to mold into the strongest possible team. Although winning is a priority, emphasis is on developing character, determination and a strong sense of team. With communication and consistency as high priorities, Carroll provides feedback both to the individual and the team. She strives to develop individual skill, physical strength, mental toughness, sportsmanship, competitiveness, and kindness in her student athletes. She enjoys cultivating new players to the sport, as well as preparing athletes for collegiate play. Recent graduates have gone on to play for schools such as Haverford, Williams, Swarthmore, Franklin & Marshall, Duke, Hamilton, Babson, Wesleyan and Bates.
Carroll was a four-year starting midfielder for the Hamilton College women’s lacrosse team, helping her squad to two NCAA tournament appearances and earning All-American honors. During her senior season, Carroll captained a team that went 21-1 and won the 2008 NCAA National Championship.
Jennifer is a member of the math department, serves as III Form Dean, and lives in a house on Noxontown Pond with her husband (and boys soccer head coach) Matt Carroll, their children Finnegan, Teagan, and Jack, and their two dogs, Mick and Maggie.
Where Saints girls soccer Alumni have competed in college...
- 2023, 2022, 2021 NESCAC All-Academic
- 2023, 2022 and 2021 National Champion
Nancy Tucker ’19 - Haverford College
Hannah Sailer ’17 - Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Louisa Belk ’16 - Williams College
- As a sophomore at St. Andrew's, Belk was named Girls Cross-Country Runner of the Year by the New Castle County Coaches Cross Country and Track Association. She won the Division II individual state championship with a time of 18:08.88 and was named Gatorade Delaware Girls Cross-Country Runner of the Year as well.
Riley Shipley ’16 - Randolph Macon College
Eliza Wainwright ’15 - Swarthmore College
Aly Saliba ’14 - Franklin & Marshall College
Helen Cammerzell ’13 - Duke University
Joanie Oates ’13 - Bates College
Molly Belk ’12 - Williams College
- Received letters in cross-country (2) and lacrosse (4) at Williams
- Was third-scorer for the Ephs in 2013 NCAA race
Khary Dennis ’12 - Williams College
Nina Labovich ’12 - Wesleyan University
Grace Saliba ‘12 - Franklin & Marshall College
- 2015 IWCLA All-American, All-Centennial Conference First Team
Madison Beres '11 - Hamilton College
Amanda Gahagan ’11 - Babson College
Lucinda Caldwell ’10 - Brown University
Susie Gurzenda ’09 - Kenyon College
Beth Martin ’09 - Swarthmore College
Alexa Caldwell ’07 - Brown University
Elizabeth Burns ’05 - Williams College
- 2008 and 2009 IWCLA All-American defender; two-time All-NESCAC.
- Led the NESCAC her senior year with 50 ground balls (T-1st) while also ranking among leaders with 30 draw controls (T-8th) and 29 caused turnovers (4th).
Sarah Walter ’04 - Davidson College
- Served as captain her senior year; finished with 40 career assists, placing her fifth all-time at Davidson.
Emma Wallace ’03 - Johns Hopkins University
- First Team All-American as a high-school senior
Meredith Goeller ’00 - Trinity College
Heidi Pearce ’00 - Johns Hopkins University
- Member of the Delaware Sports Hall of Fame and Johns Hopkins Sports Hall of Fame
- At St. Andrew's, won two State Player of the Year awards and was named an All-American after her senior season
- At JHU, was an All-Conference selection, two-time team captain, and First Team All-American as a senior
- Served as the head coach at Washington College from 2013 to 2018; won the Centennial Conference Coach of the Year Award twice over that span
Robin Juliano ’99 - Brown University
Bernadette Devine ’99 - Harvard University
Eva Sayre '97 — Duke University
Victoria Pfeiffer Metz ’95 - Wesleyan University
Claire Colburn ’87 - Haverford College