Triple Threat Lacrosse is excited to host Dartmouth assistant Tee Ladouceur at Chelsea Piers on Sunday, Oct. 13, from 4:00pm-7:00pm. The two, 1.5-hour clinics will be open to 40 field players and 4 goalies in the Middle School (4:00pm-5:30pm; **7th & 8th grade only.**) and High School (5:30pm-7:00pm) age divisions on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Joining the Dartmouth women's lacrosse staff this fall after two seasons at Denver, Ladouceur was instrumental in the success of a Pioneers team that reached the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinal in 2019. As the offensive coordinator, she helped guide the Pioneers to 13.70 goals per game last season, a mark that ranked 31st in the nation.
Prior to her time in Denver, Ladouceur was the head coach of UC Davis during the 2016 and 2017 seasons. Before moving to California, she was a resident of the New York State capital, working at both UAlbany (2013-15) and Rensselaer (2012).
A 2011 graduate of Syracuse, she played three seasons with the Orange, amassing 130 goals and 112 assists for 242 points in 68 games. While a member of the team, she earned IWLCA All-America Third Team honors as well as all-region first team recognition and was tabbed as a WomensLax.com All-American. Ladouceur began her collegiate career at Albany during the 2008 season where she scored 32 goals in just 11 games with the Great Danes.