Sargent Resigns as Women's Lacrosse Coach

Sargent Resigns as Women's Lacrosse Coach

Greencastle, Ind. - Julie Sargent, DePauw head women's lacrosse coach for the last three seasons, is resigning to take a position at the NCAA headquarters in Indianapolis.

"Julie took over our young program on short notice in 2013 and we're grateful for the commitment and enthusiasm she displayed in mentoring our student-athletes," Stevie Baker-Watson, DePauw Associate Vice President for Campus Wellness and Theodore Katula Director of Athletics said.

"We wish Julie the best as she takes this next step in her career."

Sargent came to DePauw as an assistant coach for the Tigers' inaugural season of 2013 and was named the interim head coach in September 2013 before being named the head coach following the 2014 campaign.

In three seasons she directed the Tigers to a 15-30 overall record and an 8-16 mark in the North Coast Athletic Conference. The Tigers won a school-record seven games in 2015 and posted 3-5 conference records in each of the last two seasons.

DePauw will launch a national search for a new coach.