Reece became LHU’s head coach in the fall of 2015. A 2007 graduate, Reese enjoyed a stellar playing career at LHU. She made 64 starts, scored 143 career goals and dished out 64 assists for the Bald Eagles. Reese was First Team All-PSAC and earned All-American honors in 2006. She spent the last three seasons as head coach at nearby Lycoming College, with a 10-6 record in the 2015 season. In all, Reese led six players to All-MAC honors while at Lycoming.
On August 17, 2017, Lindsay (Walbrandt) Caprio, a 2015 Lock Haven University graduate and former Bald Eagle standout-player was named the LHU lacrosse team's new assistant coach.
Caprio spent the 2017 season serving Lock Haven as a volunteer assistant coach.
She spent the 2016 season at Souderton Area High School, serving as the head varsity coach, where she led the team to an overall nine-win season. Souderton finished the 2016 season at 7-3 in Suburban One National League action and Caprio led five players to All-League accolades.
After leading the Bald Eagles on the field as a player for four seasons, Caprio spent the 2015 season as a student-assistant coach. In 2015, LHU went 20-1 overall, 12-0 in PSAC action and finished as national runners-up.
During her four-year playing career at Lock Haven from, 2011-2014, Caprio was a four-year starter. She led the Bald Eagles to a pair of Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) tournament titles and a spot in the 2014 NCAA Division II national championship game. Caprio was a two-year team captain and after her senior season in 2014, she was named a First-Team All-Conference selection and an All-American. She was also an Academic All-American and was named to LHU's Academic Honor Roll every semester of her collegiate career.