KAYLA TREANOR was recently named head coach of the Syracuse University women’s lacrosse program. The four-time All-American starred as a player for Syracuse from 2013-2016. She started her coaching career at Harvard, where she served as an assistant for former Orange head coach Lisa Miller for one year. Treanor joined the coaching staff at Boston College in 2017. In her four seasons with the Eagles, Boston College advanced to the championship game three times and claimed the national championship in 2021. Treanor has returned to Syracuse to become just the third coach in the women’s lacrosse program history. She replaced Gary Gait, who was named head coach of the Syracuse men’s lacrosse program. As a player, Treanor led the Orange to four consecutive appearances at Championship Weekend from 2013-16 and a spot in the 2014 national championship game. In addition to her success at Syracuse, Treanor has excelled on the international stage for Team USA. She helped the U.S. take home gold at the 2017 Federation of International Lacrosse (or FIL) Women’s World Cup. Treanor has played professionally since 2017 and currently plays and serves on the Player Executive Committee for Athletes Unlimited.