Erica Geremia is in her third year as assistant women's lacrosse coach at Washington and Lee. During her two seasons, W&L has registerd a 35-7 (.833) overall record and are 16-0 in the ODAC with two conference titles.
In 2018, the Blue and White went 16-5 overall and 8-0 in the league on its way to an ODAC Championship. The Generals then advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament, falling at York (Pa.).
In Geremia’s first season, the Generals finished 19-2 overall and captured the program’s eighth-straight ODAC title. W&L advanced to the NCAA Semifinals for the first time in program history, before falling to TCNJ, 5-4, in double overtime. Geremia helped the Blue and White earn its first No. 1 ranking in program history and set a new school record for wins in a season.
Geremia is a 2016 graduate of LeMoyne College with a bachelor of arts in English language and literature. Throughout her playing career, she was active in coaching in the Syracuse area, including serving as the head coach of the Orange Crush Lacrosse Club since 2012 and head coach of Team Adrenaline since 2014. She has also been involved with numerous individual training clinics over the past four years.
As a player, Geremia was a four-time All-America honoree who ranks fourth in NCAA history in scoring with 490 points as a player in both Division II and Division III. She began her collegiate career at SUNY Cortland, tallying SUNYAC Rookie of the Year and First Team All-America honors in 2013, totaling 136 points on 62 goals and 74 assists. She followed that with 124 points (54 G, 70 A) as a sophomore, repeating as a First Team All-America selection and garnering SUNYAC Player of the Year and USILA Attacker of the Year laurels. After the season, she was one of 84 women chosen to try out for the U.S. National Team.
Geremia transferred to LeMoyne for her final two seasons and was a Division II First Team All-American both years in helping lead the Dolphins to a Top 5 ranking each season. She was the USILA Division II Attacker of the Year in 2015, leading the team in scoring with 121 points on 67 goals and 54 assists. She was again the team’s scoring leader in 2016, finishing with 109 points on 59 goals and 50 assists.