Phillylacrosse.com, posted 8/10/10
Lock Haven University and LHU head lacrosse coach Kristen Selvage have announced the hire of Jessica Lieb (Radnor) as the Lady Eagles new assistant coach.
Lieb, a 2008 graduate of Penn State, has United States National Team playing experience.
She has most recently been coaching Youth Lacrosse in Radnor Township.
The three-time Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) All-Region performer has enjoyed several stints with the U.S. National Team as a player. She was a member of the 24-women squad that took part in the World Cup Training in 2009 and she was selected as one of the 48 U.S. players for three consecutive seasons (2007-2009).
During the 2009 spring season, Lieb was the head coach for the Notre Dame Academy junior varsity lacrosse team that went 14-2.
From 2008-09, she also served as the assistant coach for the Radnor High School Varsity soccer team.
Selvage couldn’t be more pleased with the hire of Lieb, who will bring a wealth of top-level lacrosse knowledge to Lock Haven.
“We are extremely excited to have someone as qualified as Jessica to help us continue our hunt for a national title,” Selvage said. “Jessica’s extensive playing experience on the U.S. team and as a Lady Lion at Penn State will bring an exciting edge to our game.”
“She brings a wealth of knowledge to our practice field and has charm and personality that will add to our recruiting experience for prospective student athletes,” added Selvage.
Lieb is also very excited about her new position with the perennial national power Lady Eagles.
“I am very excited to join the Lock Haven lacrosse program and fondly anticipate working with head coach Kristen Selvage and the players,” Lieb said.
“I hope to bring my wide range of playing and coaching experience to the program and make an impact on this year’s team.”