Heidi Pearce

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Heidi Pearce was a first team NCAA Division I All-American midfielder at Johns Hopkins University after three times being named Delaware’s high school lacrosse  Player of the Year at St.
Andrew’s School.

In 2004, she became Johns Hopkins’ first NCAA Division I first team All-American, leading the Jays to their first NCAA I Tournament appearance. Over four years, she led Hopkins to a 44-24 record
and the 2001 ECAC championship. Her 152 goals and 201 points remain career-highs by a Johns Hopkins midfielder.

She was a three-time all-conference selection, a two-time team captain, and twice was named the Inside Lacrosse National Player of the Week. She also received the Cramer Award, presented for
outstanding achievement in women’s athletics at Johns Hopkins.

At St. Andrew’s, she was the state’s lacrosse Player of the Year in 1998, 1999, and 2000, and her career total of 275 goals was the state record until 2009. She led the Saints to state
championships in 1998 and 1999 and to a spot in the finals in 2000 when she was named a high school All-American. She was also her school’s MVP in basketball and in field hockey, where she was a
two-time All State selection. She earned 12 high school varsity letters.

After graduation, she returned to St. Andrew’s as a field hockey and lacrosse coach and athletics director and led the Saints to the state lacrosse championship game in all four seasons.

A native of Chestertown, Md., she returned to her hometown when she was named head women’s lacrosse coach at NCAA III Washington College prior to the 2014 season. In her first season, she was
named Centennial Conference Coach of the Year as the Shorewomen had their best record (11-5) in 11 years and were ranked 17th nationally. She has posted a record of 56-29 over her first five seasons
and was named the 2018 Centennial Conference Coach of the Year.



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