Eryn McCaffrey-Jacobs was hired in October of 2014 to take over as the Keuka College Women's Lacrosse Head Coach., and enters her fourth season leading the Wolves in 2018.
McCaffrey-Jacobs came to the Green and Gold after spending the previous two seasons as the Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at Chowan University in Murfreesboro, N.C.
"I am thrilled to take over this program. I am extremely lucky to be coaching such a great group of young women," said McCaffrey-Jacobs, a 2009 graduate of St. Andrews Presbyterian College.
McCaffrey-Jacobs, a native of Cicero, N.Y., built the Chowan women's lacrosse program from the ground-up. She was responsible for recruiting student-athletes to the Division II institution, and grew her roster to 25 student-athletes.
With McCaffrey-Jacobs in charge, Chowan won two games during the program's inaugural season, then doubled the win total to four during her second season at the helm.
"I love the atmosphere at Keuka College. It is a very tight-knit community and there is a lot of support within the college for athletics," said McCaffrey-Jacobs, who received a bachelor's degree in physical education from St. Andrews.
"I believe in what the college has to offer, especially with the experiential learning opportunities. The student-athletes on the women's lacrosse team are wonderful young women, they have a positive attitude and they all want their program to grow. The staff I met within the athletics department was welcoming and supportive, and I am looking forward to being a part of that."
Prior to arriving at Chowan, McCaffrey-Jacobs was an assistant coach at Alderson-Broaddus College in Philippi, West Va.
Since 2009, McCaffrey-Jacobs has worked at the Star-Riders Girls Lacrosse Club in Marcellus, N.Y., and the Ethix Lacrosse Club in Syracuse, N.Y.
McCaffrey-Jacobs, enjoyed an outstanding playing career at St. Andrews, where she started at goalkeeper for every game of her four-year career. McCaffrey-Jacobs finished as the NCAA Division II all-time leader in minutes played (3,992), and was second all-time in saves (880).
After her senior season, she was named First-Team All-Region and First Team All-Conference. McCaffrey-Jacobs was also named Second-Team All-Conference after her junior season. During both her sophomore and junior seasons, McCaffrey-Jacobs set the NCAA single-season record for saves.
In the Crease with McCaffrey-Jacobs