Lindsey Munday west coast lax – Ep. 177

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“Embarking on an Exciting Lacrosse Odyssey: Unveiling the Travel Secrets with Lindsey Munday”

Step into the exhilarating world of lacrosse as we delve into an inspiring conversation with none other than Lindsey Munday, the trailblazing head coach of the USC Trojans women’s lacrosse team. Since donning the mantle in 2013, Lindsey has steered the Trojans to new heights, leveraging her illustrious collegiate career at Northwestern, where she clinched two national championships.

In this captivating podcast episode, we unravel the captivating narrative of a west coast lacrosse team, finding its stride in a sport deeply rooted in the east coast tradition. Join us as Lindsey paints a vivid picture of the travel dynamics required to orchestrate a lacrosse powerhouse on the Pacific shores.

The heart of our conversation resonates with Lindsey’s insights into player recruitment, as she masterfully navigates the terrain of identifying and nurturing top-tier talents. Discover the tale of how she champions the growth of women’s lacrosse on the west coast, igniting a blazing trail for aspiring athletes.

But it doesn’t end there. Beyond the realm of lacrosse strategy, Lindsey graciously invites us into the inner sanctum of her world. Explore the intricate dance between her coaching responsibilities and her personal life, as she and her dedicated assistant coaches harmonize their roles with the demands of a rigorous D1 program.

Are you ready to be inspired by the remarkable journey of Lindsey Munday and the phenomenal Ladies of Troy lacrosse team? Don’t miss out on a single moment of their triumphs – make sure to stay connected by following their exhilarating exploits on their vibrant social media platforms. As we traverse the landscape of lacrosse passion and dedication, Lindsey’s story shines as a beacon of empowerment and relentless pursuit of excellence.

 Connect with Lindsey Munday on social media:




USC Women’s Lacrosse Website

USC Women’s Lacrosse Instagram

ABOUT Lindsey Munday

Munday was raised in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey and graduated from Mountain Lakes High School in 2002, where she played basketball and soccer, as well as lacrosse. She was inducted into the school’s hall of fame in 2018.

As a member of the Northwestern Wildcats women’s lacrosse team, Munday was part of the team that won the 2005 NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship and was chosen as a member of the all-tournament team. She was also a part of the 2006 NCAA title. She graduated from Northwestern with a bachelor’s degree in communications in 2006.

She was a member of the gold-medal-winning U.S. team at the 2009 Women’s Lacrosse World Cup and was part of the U.S. team that won the 2013 Women’s Lacrosse World Cup, where she was chosen to the All-World Team. Lacrosse Magazine chose Munday as its person of the year in 2013.

She spent four years as an assistant coach at her alma mater and one season as head coach for the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers women’s lacrosse team. She was selected in 2011 as the inaugural coach of the USC Trojans women’s lacrosse team, a program that played its first game in February 2013 at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, losing to Northwestern. Her USC team has a record of 79–38 overall record, which includes 42–11 record in league competition


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Lindsey Munday 2013 US Lacrosse "Person of the Year"
Lindsey Munday 2013 US Lacrosse "Person of the Year"

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