Jenny Levy. University of North Carolina NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse head coach. More than 300 games won, and two national championships (2013, 2016) as a coach. Her team is one of the best with amazing players being recruited every year. As a player, she led her team to greatness. Now, Jenny Levy is coaching the women’s national lacrosse team.

In her youth, Jenny Levy was a two-time All-American at the University of Virginia. She led her team to the 1991 NCAA championship and scored 5 goals and won the Most Outstanding Attacker (attacker is offense in lacrosse) award. She won the Most Outstanding Attacker award again in 1992. After college, Levy played on the national team for two years. Now she is coaching the national team and the University of North Carolina’s.

The women’s US lacrosse team has been dominating the world scene. They are back-to-back champions of the Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) World Championships, and this is their 10th win over the course of different coaches. Now, Jenny Levy is taking over the spot from Ricky Fried, the head coach of Georgetown University.

Jenny Levy has been very successful as a coach and a player. She is overflowing with experience and is coaching one of the best lacrosse teams in the country. Many young lacrosse players look up to her as a leader and an athlete. Hopefully, team USA will become successful with new coach, Jenny Levy.

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