Lye returns for her third season as the head softball coach at Stevenson in 2014. She also serves as the assistant women's ice hockey coach.
Last season, Lye guided the Mustangs to their first-ever appearance in a conference championship game. The team also apperared ECAC Division III South Championship, their second in three years. The Mustangs advanced to the semifinals en route to a school record 24 wins.
In 2012, Stevenson went 19-22 while adcancing to the semifinals of the CAC Softball Championship. Senior Lisa Bilski was named a Capital One Academic All-America All-District 2 Team.
In her first season, Lye led the Mustangs to a postseason appearance in the ECAC Division III South Championhip en route to a 22-18-1 record. She gained her first collegiate victory as a head coach on Feb. 25, 2012 in a 2-1 extra-innings win.
A member of the Canadian national team, Lye came to Owings Mills from Williams College where she spent two seasons as an assistant softball coach in 2010 and 2011. She also served as an assistant women's ice hockey coach in 2009-10 and as interim head coach for the 2010-11 season.
During Lye's tenure as an assistant softball coach at Williams, the Ephs made two NESCAC Softball Championship appearances while winning 20 games and the Little 3 title in 2011.
As the interim women's ice hockey, Lye led Williams to the quarterfinals of the 2011 NESCAC Women's Ice Hockey Championship, mentored 21 student-athletes, recruited the Class of 2015, hired an assistant coach and compiled the 2011-12 schedule. She also served as tournament director for the 2011 NESCAC Men's Ice Hockey Championship.
A 2009 graduate of Williams with a bachelor of science degree in psychology, Lye was a four-year letter winner in both softball and women's ice hockey where she was named to the NESCAC’s All-Sportsmanship Team in both sports. She was also a member of the Williams Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Leadership Board.
In softball, Lye was a four-time All-NESCAC and NFCA New England Region First Team selection at shortstop. She set five all-time school records in batting average (.457), runs scored (150), hits (211), total bases (267) and stolen bases (62). She also ranks third in games played with 148.
As a senior, Lye led the nation with a .563 batting average, setting a new Williams single-season record. She also set a school record with 22 stolen bases and was named the 2009 NESCAC and ECAC Division III New England Player of the Year. She appeared in the May 25, 2009 issue of Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" and was an NFCA New England Region First Team and New England Softball Coaches Association First Team selection as well.
Lye was chosen as an NFCA Second Team All-American as a junior in 2008.
On the ice, Lye played 100 games on defense for Williams, totaling 41 points with 18 goals and 23 assists. She was named co-captain as a senior while earning All-NESCAC Second Team honors.
Internationally, Lye has spent the last three years as a member of Canadian National Softball Team where she won a bronze medalat the 2010 ISF World Championships in Caracas, Venezuela, a silver medal at the 2011 Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico and a bronze medal at the 2012 World Cup of Softball VII.
Last summer, Lye led all hitters with a .500 average at the World Cup of Softball VII and a .611 batting average at the ISF XIII Women's World Championship. She went 12-for-24 with eight runs and two RBIs at the World Cup as Canada finished third, losing to eventual national champions, the United States.
Lye has competed in nine Canadian Championships since 2000, winning three gold medals in 2003, 2004 and 2006. She also won silver medals in 2000, 2001, 2007, 2008 and 2009 while taking home bronze in 2005. In 2004, her team went a perfect 10-0 to win the championship in Calgary, Alberta and in 2009, she was named as an All-Star at shortstop.
A 2005 graduate, with honors, of the Birchmount Park Collegiate Institute in Toronto, Ontario, Lye was intern for the YES Network in New York in 2008 and has served as a member of the ISF Athletes Congress.