Trine University named Madeline Dugan head coach of the women's lacrosse team during the summer of 2016.
Dugan previously served as an assistant coach at her alma mater, Adrian College for one year. She worked primarily with attackers as a member of the Bulldog coaching staff. Dugan also spent a season as an assistant at Wartburg College (Iowa), where she helped establish a first-year program. She has also coached several successful teams at the club level.
"I'm looking forward to establishing a solid foundation to develop student-athletes to be successful at the next level," said Dugan. "We will look to play at a fast pace that will be exciting for our players to compete in. I'm excited to dive in."
"We're excited to have Dugan lead our women's lacrosse program," said Matt land, assistant vice president of athletics at Trine University. "I believe her energy and enthusiasm, as well as her lacrosse knowledge and playing experience at the Division III level make her a perfect fit for Trine University."
In addition to her previous coaching experience, Dugan brings a strong playing pedigree from her collegiate experience at Adrian. As a member of the Bulldogs, Dugan was a two-time All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association performer as an attacker. She graduated as the program's sixth all-time leading scorer with 159 points.
Dugan was a part of four teams that went undefeated in conference play and made four trips to the NCAA Tournament. Her teams advanced to the second round of the NCAA postseason twice.
Dugan received her Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from Adrian in 2014. She is currently pursuing a Master of Coaching and Athletic Administration from Concordia Irvine (Calif.). Dugan is a native of Rochester, Mich.