Dickinson women's lacrosse coach Carol Hatton (St. Mary's College
of Md. '04) has announced her resignation to accept the
position of Director of Athletics at the Roland Park School in
Hatton took over the Red Devil program in 2010, and spent two seasons as the head coach of women's lacrosse at her alma mater. She led St. Mary's to a Capital Athletic Conference championship in 2008, and to the NCAA Tournament. During that time she coached nine All-CAC selections, nine All-Region selections, a second-team All-American and a CAC Rookie of the Year. As a player, she was named the CAC Player of the Year in 2004, and four years later earned CAC Coach of the Year honors.
Dickinson is currently 7-6 overall, and 3-3 in the ever-competitive Centennial Conference. The Red Devils are led in scoring by three sophomores, with a pair of first-years also ranking in the top seven this season. Starting five sophomores and four first-years, Dickinson is currently battling for a spot in the conference playoffs with three games remaining on the schedule. The Devils have faced five nationally-ranked teams this season, posting wins over #10-ranked Messiah, and a key conference win at #18-Washington College last weekend.
In addition to coaching lacrosse at Dickinson, Hatton served as the Director of Intramurals and club sports from 2009-2012, until the position was moved under the direction of student life. Hatton has also taught physical education at the Gerstell Academy in Finksburg, Maryland, and was a graduate assistant with the field hockey and women's lacrosse programs at McDaniel College.
Hatton was formerly Carol Schmoeller before marrying McDaniel College men's head lacrosse coach, Matt Hatton, in November 2008. They live in Manchester, Maryland, and have a daughter.
Dickinson has begun a national search to fill the position. For more information, view the announcement on the Dickinson website at https://jobs.dickinson.edu