Holly Glynn
Holly Glynn
Title: Head Coach
Phone: 617-715-5234
Email: hglynn@mit.edu
Year: 3rd at MIT
College: Columbia '09

Holly Glynn enters her third season as the head coach of the MIT women’s lacrosse program following a brief stint as an assistant coach at Mount Ida College.

Prior to her time at Mount Ida, Glynn was the head of lacrosse at Sedbergh School in Sedbergh, United Kingdom for the 2011 season. During her tenure, she coached the school’s three teams and handled all of the administrative responsibilities for the program. Glynn has also served as a coach at the NoCar Lacrosse Camp in Davidson, N.C. and the Uptown Lacrosse Camp in New York City.

A 2009 graduate of Columbia University, Glynn earned a bachelor’s degree in political science. She closed her career as the Lions’ all-time leader in career points, career goals, points in a season, goals in a season, goals in a game, and assists in a game. Glynn was a two-time IWLCA All-Region selection and was the first player in program history to earn a spot on the first team. In addition, she was tabbed to the All-Ivy team in 2008 and 2009.

Emily Archibald
Emily Archibald
Title: Assistant Coach
Year: 1st at MIT
Mary Green
Mary Green
Title: Assistant Coach
Year: 1st at MIT
Kate Lombard
Kate Lombard
Title: Assistant Coach
Year: 3rd at MIT
College: Columbia '07

Kate Lombard enters her third season as an assistant coach with the MIT women's lacrosse program. A 2007 graduate of Columbia University, she was a two-year captain for the Lions. Playing in the midfield, Lombard was named second team All-Ivy League twice and received a pair of honorable mention All-Ivy accolades. She collected Academic All-Ivy League honors her senior year to go along with back-to-back second team IWLCA All-Region awards.

Upon graduation, Lombard coached the New Jersey-based Tri-State Club Lacrosse Team comprised of girls enrolled in seventh and eighth grade. She taught players aged 10-18 at several Tri-State camps and was an instructor at the Uptown Lacrosse Camp in New York City targeted for high school athletes.

Lombard received a bachelor's degree in English and comparative literature and then earned a master's degree in sports management from Columbia.