Alison Beyer Named New Head Coach for Women’s Lacrosse

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The Saints Peter & Paul Athletic Department is pleased to welcome Alison Beyer as the new head coach of the Sabres Women’s Lacrosse program.

Beyer, a 1997 graduate of Saints Peter & Paul, has been actively involved with the sport since her days as a Sabre. Upon graduation from Saints Peter & Paul, Beyer played at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh as well as trained in Australia with the USA U19 lacrosse team.

Alison returns to the sidelines of Saints Peter & Paul as the varsity head coach after serving as the middle school coach from 2003-2008 and coaching with Talbot lacrosse and the Dark Horse lacrosse club. “I feel honored and blessed to have the opportunity to coach the Saints Peter & Paul women’s varsity team. It is a bit nostalgic and I am excited to get the program back to where it once was. I had a fantastic experience playing lacrosse here and I hope to create that same experience for my players. I am looking forward to the girls achieving the level of play I experienced and am eager to support them in their efforts, both academically and athletically”

Director of Athletics Pat Tracy commented, “We are thrilled to have Alison rejoin the Saints Peter & Paul community as our next women’s lacrosse head coach. Her passion and energy as a coach and mentor will be invaluable to the growth of our student-athletes on and off the field. There is no doubt that the program will continue to move in a positive direction under her leadership.”

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