women's lacrosse Coaches
- Head Women's Lacrosse Coach(315) 229-5874
Dr. Jodi Canfield was named the head coach of the St. Lawrence University women's lacrosse program in 1999. Since taking over, she has posted a 113-86 record, including a 14-5 record in the 2002 season as the Saints advanced to the ECAC Mid-Atlantic Tournament championship game.
Canfield guided the Scarlet and Brown to a 12-5 record and a 6-2 conference mark in 2010 that landed them in third place in the conference standings. In 2008, St. Lawrence enjoyed an 11-5 overall record and a 5-3 conference mark in 2008 that earned them a spot in the Liberty League Tournament. Canfield is adamant about her players' successes off the field as well, as six players received conference All-Academic accolades in 2012, while the entire squad once again earned All-Academic status from the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaching Association.
Canfield graduated from St. Lawrence in 1991 and was a member of the NCAA runner-up squad in 1990, inducted into the St. Lawrence University Athletic Department Hall of Fame in the Fall of 2002. A multi-sport athlete, Canfield also played on the Saints tennis team. In addition, Jodi was an exemplary student-athlete being named Senior Scholar Athlete of the Year and inducted into Phi Beta Kappa honorary. In 2012, she received her Ph.D from Syracuse University.
- Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach
Lauren Cobb joined the St. Lawrence athletic department as an assistant women's lacrosse coach in the fall of 2012.
Cobb was a Division I scholarship lacrosse player at Marist, where she graduated last spring with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. She was a Dean's List student and earned All-Academic honors from the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Lauren was a member of the 2010 MAAC championship team, which made Marist's first NCAA Tournament appearance in women's lacrosse.
Cobb served as an instructor at the Marist Women's Lacrosse Camp for two years, teaching girls lacrosse skills in the summer. She also tutored middle and high school students in conjunction with the Boys and Girls Club of Syracuse and volunteered for the Salvation Army.
- Assistant Women's Field Hockey and Lacrosse Coach(315) 229-5931
Ashley Pike, a 2007 graduate of Syracuse University, joined the Saints' coaching staff as an assistant lacrosse coach in the 2010 season and will assist both the lacrosse and field hockey programs in 2012-13. She completed her Masters Degree in 2012 at St. Lawrence University.
Pike, a native of Watertown, NY, received her degree in Sports Management after an outstanding career with the Orange's women's lacrosse program. A four year starter, Pike was a Third Team National All-America and a First Team All-Region selection in her senior year. While at Syracuse, Pike was part of a team that won the 2007 Big East Championship and advanced to the NCAA Elite 8.
Pike, who previously served as a volunteer assistant coach for Syracuse University following her graduation, was an offensive force during her senior season. Mainly a defensive midfielder and goalkeeper her first three seasons with the Orange, Pike recorded 52 points on 44 goals and 8 assists after totaling only eight points and four goals her first three years at Syracuse. Her 44 goals in 2007 are tied for the seventh-highest total in school history.
A certified strength and conditioning coach, Ashley will be teaching in the First-Year Program during the fall semester of 2012.
- Women's Lacrosse and Cross Country Faculty/Staff Mentor(315) 229-5809
Dr. Ana Estevez will serve as the Faculty Mentor for the women's lacrosse and cross country team throughout 2012-2013.
B.S. - Binghamton University
Ph.D. - Wayne State University
Current Professional/Research Interest:
"I am a neuroscientist with research interests in ion channel physiology and neurodegeneration. I teach Introductory and Advanced Neuroscience as well as the upper level electives Cellular Mechanisms of Memory and Drugs and the Brain. Because students are an integral part of my research program, I typically have several working with me every semester.