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NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.  (Titan Athletics)– Kim Eldridge has resigned as the Westminster College head women’s lacrosse coach to pursue a Division I coaching opportunity. A search for a replacement will begin immediately.
 
“Kim has done all that we could have hoped for and more in starting the women’s lacrosse program from scratch at Westminster three years ago, taking it to a PAC championship this spring and winning a first round game in the NCAA D-III Championship tournament,” Westminster’s Director of Athletics Jim Dafler said. “Just as importantly, she has developed a program with a foundation that stresses academic achievement, community service, competitiveness and team unity. I wish her all the best in the next chapter of her life and coaching career.”
 
Eldridge led the Titans to the inaugural Presidents Athletic Conference (PAC) Championship title, after going 15-3 overall and a perfect 7-0 in the conference – both program records. The Titans advanced to the NCAA tournament where they won in the First Round during their first postseason run. The Titans boasted a program-record seven All-PAC honorees and swept the PAC major awards. Eldridge was named the PAC and the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Coach of the Year. Under the guidance of Eldridge, the Titans improved their overall record from 1-9 (2017) to 5-9 (2018) to 15-3 (2019).

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