Liz Robertshaw joins Nor’easter Lacrosse as Recruiting Coordinator — working with players and families to help navigate the ever changing and demanding environment of college recruiting.

Robertshaw has spent the last 20 years coaching Division I collegiate lacrosse at nationally known Boston University, Brown University and George Mason University. As both head and assistant coach, Robertshaw led teams to six conference championships and NCAA appearances in addition to guiding numerous individuals to All-Conference, All-Region, All-American, and even US National Team accolades. As a result, for the past eight years she has been the Offensive Coordinator to the US National Team, helping the team win gold medals in both 2013 and 2017.

A two-time All-American defender while at George Mason, Robertshaw worked up the coaching ranks learning the skills and strategies of every position by collaborating with coaches across the country and among all three divisions at different events. Over her 20-year career she has grown a network of college coaching connections and has seen every level of play that exists in the college game.  When not working with her college team or Team USA, Robertshaw has been committed to coaching and mentoring players through the camp & clinic circuit since day one of her career. She has a passion for helping players get to where they want to be through hard work and commitment. She has shown this same passion and individual attention in her work as a college recruiter; helping players to see their potential and align it with the school that is the “right fit,” even if that meant the recruit would end up at another school. Robertshaw believes in honest communication with players, parents and coaches, seeing the positives that exist through the college search/recruiting process, and making the most of every opportunity.