Lisa Miller

Director, TOC Lacrosse

Coaching student-athletes to their full potential is the goal of Top of the Class Lacrosse. We provide a comprehensive experience for all levels and expert coaching from the game's top coaches. Director Lisa Miller has spent the last 30 years working with young women at the international, collegiate, high school, and middle school levels. In her 11 year tenure at Harvard she coached two Ivy League Rookies of the Year, 42 All-Ivy League selections, and the Ivy League's leading scorer in five different seasons. As the Syracuse program's first head coach, Miller's teams rapidly ascended into the sports hierarchy making the NCAA Tournament six times in her ten seasons with an Elite Eight appearance in 2007. During her Syracuse tenure, 17 of the orange players were named to the All-America Squad and 31 were selected to All-Region teams. In International play, with Miller at the helm of the program in 2009, the Canadian National Team medalled for the first time in 25 years. Miller is currently working with the Brown University Women's Lacrosse program.

Coaching Achivements

  • 2007 Big East Coach of the Year
  • Coached Team Canada to the bronze medal at 2009 World Cup
  • 2007 Inducted into IWLCA Victory Club
  • Named the Canadian National Team Head Coach in January 2007
  • Started the Syracuse University Women's Lacrosse Program in 1998 and built it into a perennial NCAA tournament participant
  • Miller has coached 17 All-American athletes & 31 Regional All-American athletes
  • Ranked 10th among active Collegiate Coaches with a .664 winning percentage
  • Member of the NCAA Women's Lacrosse Committee
  • Served as the IWLCA academic chair
  • 2007 & 1999 IWLCA North Region Coach of the Year
  • Coached at Brown University (1994-96), Wheaton College (1991-94), and Thayer Academy (1988-89)

Athletic Achivements

  • 2004 inducted into William & Mary Athletics Hall of Fame
  • 1998 inducted into Thayer Academy Athletics Hall of Fame
  • All-American Athlete
  • Member of U.S. National Team as a senior in college
  • Alternate on the 1989 World Cup Squad