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BULLETIN: June 23, 2021 — Treanor, off a recent championship, to take over at Syracuse

A month ago, Kayla Treanor won an NCAA Division I championship as she was an assistant coach at Boston College.

Starting today, the work begins for Treanor to bring the same to her alma mater, as she has taken over the women’s lacrosse head coaching position at Syracuse.

The position has only been open for a few days, but it was filled quickly, from its sizable alumnae pool. Treanor is quite familiar with Final Four weekends, as she was on Syracuse teams that made four final weekends between 2013 and 2016. After that, she played professionally for the New York Fight of the WPLL and the Boston Storm of UWLX. She also helped the United States to the 2011 U-19 World Championship and the 2017 FIL World Cup.

While at Syracuse, she was amongst the nation’s leaders in goals and draw controls, and could very well have had a championship as a player but for the excellence of the opponents she faced.

And now that Treanor carries a championship ring into the locker room, the current team, coming off a close defeat in the 2021 final, will have all the motivation it needs.

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