Kathy Railey
Kathy Railey
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 443-352-4255
Email: krailey@stevenson.edu
Alma Mater: Gettysburg '91
Experience: 14th year at STE, 20th overall

Kathy Railey was named the fifth head coach in program history prior to the 2006 season. She also serves as an associate athletics director and as the senior woman administrator.

  • The winningest coach in program history, has guided the Mustangs to a 133-93 record in 13 seasons
  • Picked up 100th career victory with Stevesnon on April 18, 2015
  • NCAA Tournament participant in 2014
  • Ranked in seven consecutive season (2010-15); highest ranking at No. 15 in 2013
  • 2014 MAC Commonwealth Champions, defeating Messiah, 13-12
  • Five MAC Commonwealth title game appearances
  • School record 16 wins in 2013, winning 16-straight games before falling in conference championship game
  • 23 IWLCA All-Region Selections, including 10 First Team honorees
  • 45 All-Conference selections, including 24 First Team, and three Players of the Year
  • 2013 MAC Commonwealth Coach of the Year
  • 21 IWLCA Academic Honor Roll selections; IWLCA Academic Honor Squad (2014-18)

  • In 2014, the Mustangs advanced to the program's first-ever NCAA Tournament after winning the MAC Commonwealth
  • Stevenson fell at SUNY Genseo, 5-4 in the Second Round

  • 2014: First NCAA Tournament appearance
  • 2014: First conference title
  • 2013: First conference championship game appearance
  • 2013: School record 16 wins
  • 2010: Nationally ranked for first time (March 8 - No. 19)
  • 2009: Received votes in national poll for first time (March 4)
  • 2008: Regionally ranked for first time (No. 5 in NCAA South Region final poll)

  • IWLCA All-Region First Team (10): 2017 - Olivia Monteiro; 2016 - Carli Bafford; 2015 - Kathryn Merrick; 2014 - Meg Gill; 2013 - Marissa Meiklejohn; 2012 - Lauren Taguding; 2011 - Lisa Baker, Sarah Pincus; 2010 - Lauren Taguding; 2009 - Lauren Zegowitz
  • IWLCA All-Region Second Team (13): 2018 - Jamie Bittner; 2017 - Sarah Roerty; 2015 - Meg Gill; 2014 - Leah Warner; 2013 - Leah Warner, Meg Gill, Amanda LeGar; 2012 - Marissa Meiklejohn; 2011 - Jenny Schroeder, Megan Weiss; 2010 - Megan Weiss, Lauren Zegowitz; 2009 - Tricia Kauffman
  • IWLCA/US Lacrosse Regional First Team All-American (2): 2008 - Tricia Kauffman, Lauren Zegowitz
  • IWLCA Community Awareness Award (1): 2007 - Laura Lagana
  • Synapse Sports Third Team All-American (1): 2013 - Marissa Meiklejohn
  • Jewish Sports Review All-America Team (2): 2012 - Sarah Pincus; 2011 - Sarah Pincus

  • MAC Commonwealth Player of the Year (3): 2017 - Olivia Monteiro; 2015 - Kathryn Merrick; 2013 - Marissa Meiklejohn
  • All-MAC Commonwealth First Team (14): 2018 - Jamie Bittner; 2017 - Olivia Monteiro, Sarah Roerty; 2015 - Kathryn Merrick, Carli Bafford, Meg Gill; 2014 - Leah Warner, Meg Gill, Leanne Bittner; 2013 - Marissa Meiklejohn, Olivia Baker, Leah Warner, Meg Gill, Leanne Bittner
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Second Team (8): 2018 - Carly Bowes, Sarah Roerty, Mack Ferguson; 2017 - Mackenzie Reese, Jamie Bittner; 2015 - Olivia Monteiro; 2014 - Marissa Meiklejohn, Amanda LeGar
  • All-MAC Commonwealth Honorable Mention (3): 2017 - Mack Ferguson; 2015 - Leanne Bittner; 2013 - Amanda LeGar

  • All-ECAC First Team (4): 2017 - Olivia Monteiro, Sarah Roerty; 2013 - Meg Gill; 2010 - Lauren Zegowitz
  • All-ECAC Second Team (3): 2018 - Jamie Bittner; 2016 - Carli Bafford; 2011 - Sarah Pincus
  • ECAC Mid-Atlantic Offensive Player of the Week (1): 2015 - Kathryn Merrick
  • All-CAC First Team (10): 2012 - Marissa Meiklejohn, Lauren Taguding; 2011 - Lisa Baker, Megan Weiss, Sarah Pincus, Jenny Schroeder; 2010 - Lauren Zegowitz, Lauren Taguding; 2009 - Tricia Kauffman; 2008 - Tricia Kauffman
  • All-CAC Second Team (10): 2012 - Leah Warner, Sarah Pincus, Jenny Schroeder; 2011 - Emily Gartrell, Lauren Taguding; 2010 - Megan Weiss; 2009 - Lisa Baker, Lauren Zegowitz; 2008 - Lauren Zegowitz; 2007 - Meghan Smith

  • MAC All-Academic Team (7): 2018 - Jamie Bittner; 2017 - Sarah Roerty; 2016 - Carli Bafford; 2015 - Meg Gill, Kathryn Merrick; 2014 - Meg Gill, Kathryn Merrick
  • IWLCA Academic Honor Roll (21): 2018 - Jamie Bittner, Hana Tankersley, MaryKate White, Dana Stevens; 2017 - Brady Heher, Rachael Akshar, Jamie Bittner, Hana Tankersley, MaryKate White, Lauren McDevitt; 2016 - Shelby Walter; 2015 - Meg Gill, Kathryn Merrick, Taylor Wright, Shelby Walter; 2014 - Meg Gill, Kathryn Merrick; 2012 - Stephanie Hilton, Alli Novak; 2011 - Stephanie Hilton, Allison Novak
  • IWLCA Academic Honor Squads: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014

  • US Lacrosse/Greater Baltimore Chapter Hallf of Fame inductee, 2007
  • MAC Commomwealth Coach of the Year (2013)
  • NCAA Women's Lacrosse Rules Committee (2005-11; 2018-present)
  • Member of the United States Lacrosse Association and Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association
  • Served as a member of the NCAA Division III Regional Advisory Commitee for women's lacrosse and field hockey
  • Served as a member of the IWLCA All-American Committee
  • Served as the Committee Chair for the IWLCA Bylaws
  • Inaugural member of the IWLCA Rules, Safety, and Game Administration Committee
  • Inaugural member of the Indepedent Review Bound for Collegiate Assigning and National Overservation Program

  • Compiled a 64-39 record in six seasons
  • NCAA Tournament Second Round and Little East Conference Champions in 2005
  • ECAC New England Region Finals in 2003 and 2004
  • Little East Conference Tournament in 2002 and 2003
  • ECAC Division III New England Region Champions in 2002
  • New England Women's Lacrosse Alliance playoffs in 2000
  • Share of South Division regular season title in 2000
  • Compiled 39 wins as field hockey head coach, 2000-05

  • Head Coach, Field Hockey, Eastern Connecticut State (2000-05)
  • Head Coach, Field Hockey, Goucher (1998-99)
  • Head Coach, Field Hockey, Mount Carmel High School (1995-97)
  • Assistant Coach, Mount Carmel High School (1995-97)
  • Head Coach, Field Hockey, McDaniel (1993-94)
  • Assistant Coach, McDaniel (1991-93)
  • Assistant Coach, Field Hockey, McDaniel (1991-93)

Year Overall MAC Postseason
2018 8-10 5-3 MAC Commonwealth Semifinal
2017 10-8 6-2 MAC Commonwealth Final
2016 10-9 7-1 MAC Commonwealth Final
2015 12-7 7-1 MAC Commonwealth Final
2014 13-6 6-1 NCAA Second Round; MAC Commonwealth Champions
2013 16-2 8-0  MAC Commonwealth Final
2012 9-7 - CAC Semifinals; 5-3 CAC 
2011 10-7 - CAC Semifinals; 6-2 CAC
2010 11-6 - CAC Semifinals; 4-3 CAC
2009 10-7 - CAC Semifinals; 4-3 CAC 
2008 10-5 - CAC Semifinals; 3-3 CAC
2007 6-10 - CAC First Round; 1-6 CAC
2006 6-9 -  
2005 13-7 - NCAA Second Round; Little East Conference Champions
2004 9-8 - ECAC New England Region Final
2003 10-6 - ECAC New England Region Final; Little East Conference Final
2002 15-4 - Little East Conference Final
2001 12-7 -  
2000 5-7 - New England Women's Lacrosse Alliance playoffs
at STE 133-93 39-8  
TOTAL 197-132 39-8 2 NCAA Appearences, 1 MAC Title, 5 MAC Final Appearances

 

  • Native of Baltimore, Md.
  • A 1991 graduate of Gettysburg with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics
  • Four-year letterwinner and team captain in both field hockey and lacrosse (1987-91)
  • Received her Master in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Physical Education from McDaniel in 1993