2017-18 Women's Lacrosse
Brianna Temples
Head Coach
KerriAnn Barlage
Assistant Coach
Maddy Bessinger
Team Manager
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KerriAnn Barlage

KerriAnn Barlage

Assistant Coach

Phone (410) 935-2830
Email kbarlage@ngu.edu
Alma Mater Newberry '15

KerriAnn Barlage enters her first season as the Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach for North Greenville University. Barlage comes to North Greenville, previously spending two seasons as the head coach for Boiling Springs High School in Boiling Springs, South Carolina. During her time at Boiling Springs, Barlage led the first ever varsity team from a 4-9 record in 2015 to a program-best, 9-4 in 2016, during that time, she also coached four All-Region players.

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Barlage received her ungraduate degree from Newberry College in Sport Management with a minor in coaching. Barlage was a two-year starter for the Wolves. In 2013, she led the team with 47 ground balls, 45 goals, had a team high of 51 points, and led with 29 caused turnovers. Barlage capped off her 2013 campaign as a First Team All-Independent Midfielder. In 2014 she was named Southern Atlantic Conference Player of the Year, after she finished the regular season as a conference leader in caused turnovers. Barlage was also second in the SAC with goals scored, third in points, fourth in draw controls, and seventh in leading with assists. Barlage was also named All-SAC First Team and was also chosen to play in the 2014 North-South All Star Team. Newberry College also honored Barlage as the 2014 Women’s Athlete of the Year.

Prior to Newberry, Barlage played for CCBC Catonsville in Maryland as a two- year starter. While playing at CCBC Catonsville, Barlage helped lead the team for the NJCAA Final Four in 2010 and 2011. In 2011, finished eighth in the Maryland JUCO Conference in goals scored with 33 and ninth in the conference in points with 44. 2011 NJCAA All-Region XX first team, 2011 All-Maryland JUCO first team, NJCAA National Tournament All-Tournament team.

KerriAnn Barlage earned her Masters in College Athletic Administration from Coker College in 2016.