2004 Coaches
 
Scott Tucker, Head Coach
 
Scott Tucker enters his second year at the helm of the Limestone Women's lacrosse team. In his first year with the Saints the team finished with a 7-6 record, giving him a career record of 29-17. Despite losing four All-Americans to graduation in 2001, the 2002 saints set their mark in DII with a streak that continued from the 2001 season. Limestone won five straight games to attain the NCAA lacrosse record for most consecutive wins with 15. Limestone also recorded the first program shutout in school history under Tucker.

Prior to coming to limestone, Tucker spent 2 years as the head coach at Oswego State University. In those two years he compiled a record of 21-11. He also led his team into the SUNYAC Conference championship game both years. Oswego also made its historic first time appearance into the New York State Lacrosse Tournament . His first season at Oswego his team reached a team record 12 wins as well as another record for most consecutive wins with 9. The Lakers ranked 8th and 12th out of 140 div III teams in GAA on defense. Tucker hopes to help lead the Saints to its first ever NCAA tournament appearance. In addition to coaching, Tucker has played professionally at the SR B level in the Canadian-American League. (Can-Am)
 
Meghan McDonough, Interim Assistant Coach
Meghan McDonough is entering her first season with the Saints and will serve as Interim Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach for the 2004 season.

McDonough comes to the Saints program after spending a season as an assistant coach with the University of California, Berkley where her primary responsibilities were working with goalies as well as developing fitness testing systems for the program. With UC Berkley, Megan also made waves by marketing the team through youth clinics and other community involvement programs.

McDonough has had a wealth of experience in the sport outside of coaching as well. She has served as the Merchandise Manager for the San Jose Cyberryas, Women's Media Coordinator for the Intercollegiate Associates Championships, and Championships Co-Coordinator for the Southeastern Women's Lacrosse League.

Megan's playing career includes two seasons of varsity lacrosse at American University where she earned her BA in Women and Gender Studies. At the University of Georgia, where she received her masters in Sports Management, Megan served as player-coach and captain for the club team. Her UGA team went undefeated during the regular season and finished the season ranked 2nd in the nation after winning the SWLL Championship.