Emily Considine joined the Manhattan women’s lacrosse staff in October 2016. A 2015 Hofstra graduate with a degree in psychology and community health, she previously coached the LI Top Guns club team.
Considine started her collegiate career at Syracuse, and she was a member of the Orange team that reached the 2012 NCAA National Championship Game. She then transferred to Hofstra and was named to the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) All-Rookie Team in 2013. The Pride reached at least the semifinals of the CAA Tournament during each of her two seasons with the program.
In addition, she was heavily involved in community outreach programs while at Hofstra. Considine worked with the HEADStrong Foundation, which raises awareness and funds for blood cancer research, as well as providing support to those affected. Hofstra was also involved with the Friends of Jaclyn Program and “adopted” a pediatric brain cancer patient.Prior to her arrival at Manhattan, Considine worked with the LI Top Guns, one of the premier club teams on Long Island. She was responsible for all aspects of training and coaching the Elite U16 girls team, and she helped educate new players and coaches to promote the game. Considine also provided support to players and parents about the recruiting process and the overall experience of playing lacrosse at an elite level.
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