Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 10/2/19
Former Radnor head girls’ lacrosse coach Brooke Fritz has been named an assistant women’s coach at Haverford College.
Fritz took Radnor to a 2017 PIAA championship and into the state finals two other times in her 9 years. Her record at Radnor was 167-52, which included seven trips to the state tournament and a share of three Central League titles. Fritz also was the assistant at Radnor when it won the 2008 District 1 Class AAA title and the 2009 and 2010 PIAA championships.
Fritz coached 25 US Lacrosse High School All-Americans at Radnor and helped over 100 student-athletes continue their playing careers at the college level.
Prior to taking the coaching position at Radnor, Fritz worked as the Assistant Athletic Director at Springside Chestnut Hill for eight years and served as Inter-Ac Leage Acting President in 2007 in addition to her coaching responsibilities in both soccer and lacrosse. Outside of coaching, Fritz has been an executive board member of the Philadelphia Lacrosse Association since 2010. She also spent four years as the US Lacrosse Co-Chair of the Coaches Council.
Fritz graduated from Bates College in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in economics. She was a team captain and first-team All-American in lacrosse while also playing varsity soccer.