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Mozier Joins Davidson Lacrosse Coaching Staff

by | Jun 21, 2022


DAVIDSON, N.C. — Davidson lacrosse coach Kim Wayne announced the addition of Amanda Mozier to her staff on Tuesday, coming off the Wildcats’ strongest season in program history.

Mozier, a two-time graduate of High Point University, was a five-year member of the Panthers’ lacrosse program under head coach Lyndsey Boswell. A captain during her fifth season, she helped the Panthers to three consecutive Big South Championships (2017-19) in addition to earning the Millis Scholar-Athlete Award each season during undergraduate and graduate school.

As a defender, Mozier started in 19 games during her final season at High Point, which included an NCAA Tournament appearance, while also earning Big South Presidential Honor Roll honors.

“Both Liv and I are excited to welcome Amanda to our staff,” said Wayne. “Having three coaches available to oversee the team this upcoming season is something we truly need, and something I am so grateful to have. She is eager to learn and excited to bring her knowledge to WLDC, and the experience she brings as a player and a coach will help prepare our team for our fight towards an A-10 Championship.”

After earning a Bachelor of Arts in communications in 2018 and MBA in 2019, Mozier had one-year stints at Boston University as a development coordinator, Virginia Tech as a volunteer assistant and most recently Elon University, as an assistant coach.

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