Kasper Carter is entering her second season with the Spiders. Kasper Carter helped guide the Spiders to their second-straigh A-10 championship final and a 6-1 mark in conference play.
Women's lacrosse head coach Stephy Samaras announced the
hiring of former University of Maryland lacrosse standout Kelly Kasper as an
assistant coach for the Spiders.
"I'm so excited to have Kelly join our lacrosse program," said
Samaras. "She's already transitioning her skills as a player into her
coaching style. She'll be working with our team's offense to make it more
dynamic. We can't wait for her to get started."
Kasper comes from George Mason University, where she was an assistant under
Lauren Rywak for two seasons. Kasper was a four-year starter at midfield for the Terrapins and ended her
senior campaign as a finalist for the prestigious Tewaaraton and Honda Awards.
The Eldersburg, Md. native was a three-time All-American as well as a
three-time All ACC selection during her four years at Maryland. Kasper also
earned ACC All Tournament recognition in 2005 and 2008. Kasper gained
international playing experience as a member of the US Women's Lacrosse
Developmental team in 2005-06.
In addition to her playing experience, Kasper served as an administrator at the
Run-Gun Camp and was an elite club level assistant coach. Kasper also was a
counselor for Elevate Lacrosse, C2 Lacrosse, Checkers, LB3 Lacrosse, NBC
Lacrosse and US Lacrosse.
Kasper earned her bachelor's degree in family sciences from the University of
Maryland in 2008. Kasper Carter and her husband, Jason reside in Richmond, Va.