PURCHASE, N.Y. -- Anna Riordan, Manhattanville Colleges most successful womens lacrosse coach, has stepped down from her position.
Manhattanville Athletic Director Keith Levinthal said, in a press release, Riordan stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
Riordan, a Yorktown High School graduate, was the womens coach for five years, guiding the program to 35 wins. The program achieved its two highest win totals -- 11 in 2009 and nine in 2008, her first season.
The 2012 season had two memorable highlights under Riordan. Casandra Honovich, a Walter Panas graduate, became the first womens lacrosse player to reach 100 career goals in her sophomore year. The lady Valiants also advanced to the Freedom Conference semifinals.
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