Angela Mallis will enter her third year as a full-time assistant coach with the Springfield College women's lacrosse team during the 2019-20 academic year.
In her first two seasons with the Pride, Mallis has helped head coach Kristen Mullady lead the maroon and white to an overall record of 28-14, including a pair of trips to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament and a NEWMAC Championship in 2019.
Mallis, who earned a Bachelor's degree from Wheaton College in May of 2017, was a four-year midfielder for the Lyons and was elected as a captain prior to her senior season. Following her final campaign at Wheaton, Mallis was named to the New England Women's and Mens' Athletic Conference (NEMWAC) All-Conference team, as well as being honored with the Coach's Award.
In 2014, Mallis helped the Lyons to the program's third NEWMAC Championship, as Wheaton defeated Babson, 8-5, before advancing to the NCAA Division III Championship Tournament, where the Lyons advanced to the second round for the first time since 2004 after defeating Emmanuel, 14-3. Mallis was also a Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) member at Wheaton, as she provided leadership to her teammates while also advising her peers in academics.
Mallis brings plenty of coaching experience to the Pride, as she has she most recently served as an assistant coach for the University of Southern Maine, where she focused on offensive concepts, goalkeepers and stick work. In addition to her work with the Huskies, Mallis also serves as a coach for Maineiax Lacrosse Club out of Portland, Maine, where she taught and demonstrated skills and concepts for youth through high school-aged girls.