Mary Teeters enters her third season as an assistant coach at William & Mary.
Teeters’ two seasons at the College have produced significant success, as seven W&M players have combined to garner nine all-conference honors. Additionally, W&M has ranked among the league’s best in multiple categories and was among the CAA’s top three in ground balls, draw controls and caused turnovers each of the past two seasons.
Last spring, the Tribe led the CAA in ground balls per game and draw controls per game, while it ranked third in caused turnovers per game, goals per game and shooting percentage. Additionally, the team’s 202 draw controls ranks ninth on the program’s single-season list.
The 2014 squad ranked second in the CAA in both draw controls per game (12.44) and caused turnovers per game (9.12), while its totals in both categories ranked among the top-10 on W&M’s single-season lists.
Teeters joined the Tribe staff after spending the prior season as an assistant coach at Vermont. While helping lead the Catamounts, Teeters worked primarily with the goalies and also assisted with the defense. A number of UV players benefited from Teeters’ tutelage, as she helped a program-record seven Catamounts garner all-conference honors last season, including goalie Charlotte Lyons.
Teeters joined Vermont’s staff after an outstanding career as a goalie at Towson where she helped the Tigers win two Colonial Athletic Association titles and earn three NCAA Tournament bids. A four-time All-CAA standout, Teeters also garnered first-team all-region distinction twice and was honored as an IWLCA All-American as a senior. Selected as a captain during her senior year, she was also a Tewaaraton Trophy nominee and played in the 2012 IWLCA North South All-Star game.
Teeters finished her career with 631 saves, becoming just the sixth player in program history to record more than 600 stops.
Teeters, a native of Ellicott City, Md., earned a bachelor of science degree in business administration and entrepreneurship from Towson in May of 2012.