- 2013-14 - Assistant Coach
- 2012-13 - Assistant Coach
- 2011-12 - Assistant Coach
Cell Phone: 443-417-7568
Sarah Gallion returns for her third season on the coaching staff for the Dolphins. She will continue to serve as the program's Defensive Coordinator after a very successful 2012-13 season.
After joining the staff as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2012 season, Sarah Gallion was named assistant coach at season's end and brings a wealth of experience as a coach and player to the JU program. In 2013, she assisted in leading the Dolphins to Atlantic Sun Regular Season and Tournament Conference Championships. Under her direction, this past season, JU’s full-field defense ranked first in the NCAA in caused turnovers and eleventh in scoring defense, allowing only 8.37 goals per game. The JU Defense has been ranked top 12 in the country her last two seasons. She was a key contributor to the team's 2012 National Lacrosse Conference title as her defense held opponents to just 5.5 goals per game over the last eight games including the conference tournament.
Gallion made a quick transition from star player to the coaching ranks. She most recently coached in the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic, leading her team to a tournament championship at the prestigious all-American Showcase for her club program, the LaxManiax Elite. Her teams earned undefeated records at two major northern tournaments competing against the nation’s top club programs.
Gallion also served as head coach of local prep powerhouse Bartram Trail, helping the squad remain one of the top programs in north Florida with consecutive district championships. During her tenure, the Bears posted a 42-13 cumulative record. Her final senior class saw four players move on to college teams, including three who earned Division I scholarships.
Prior to coaching with Bartram Trail and the LaxManiax, Gallion coached her former prep club team, North East Maryland Select (NEMS). She gained her first coaching experience during her time at Johns Hopkins, working with the Little Jays youth league team.
A former captain and four-year varsity starter at John Hopkins, Gallion twice was named her school’s Defensive Player of the Year award.She also earned all-American Lacrosse Conference and Mid-Atlantic honors in 2006 and 2008. As a senior, she was honored as a Womenslacrosse.com Third Team All-American. Later, Gallion played in the prestigious IWLCA North-South Senior all-star game as a defender, helping her South team to a win. The appearance capped a stellar career.
Gallion starred for Maryland’s C. Milton Wright High School from 2001-04 and was a four-year starter and varsity MVP her junior and senior seasons. She was a team captain and earned first-team all-Baltimore Metro in her final two seasons.