Title: Interim Head Women's Lacrosse Coach
Date of Hire: 2012
Degrees: B.A., Carthage College, 2012
Julie Sargent is the interim head women's lacrosse coach after serving as an assistant during the 2012-13 year. She came to DePauw after completing an extensive academic and athletic career at Carthage College (Wis.).
Prior to arriving at DePauw, Sargent was a four-year starter on the Lady Reds lacrosse squad, being named captain in her senior year. In addition, she received the 2012 women’s lacrosse scholar athlete award and was named to the all-conference and all-academic teams in the same season.
Sargent helped spread the game of lacrosse through her work at camps and club teams. She worked at the Madison Lacrosse Camp for two years and the Kettle Moraine Lasers Lacrosse Camp and the Carthage College Lacrosse camp for a year. Furthermore, she was an assistant coach for the Kenosha Raptors, a girls club lacrosse team, for two seasons which she helped teach, design practices and work hand-in-hand with the head coach.
A 2012 graduate of Carthage College, Sargent is currently pursuing her master’s degree in exercise science at Indiana State University.
While in school, Sargent was bestowed the Faculty Honors Scholarship for her academic marks, making the Dean’s List in five separate semesters. She also was named to the Athletic Directors honor roll three times and was a member of Beta Beta Beta, a national biology honors fraternity.