Erin Hellmold
Erin  Hellmold

Position:
Associate Head Coach


04/21/2012

4/21/12- Women's Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame

4/21/12- Women's Lacrosse vs. Notre Dame

Erin Hellmold is in her eighth season as an assistant coach with the Hoyas. She was named the associate head coach during the summer of 2011. Hellmold has been with the Hoyas staff after serving two seasons as an assistant coach at the Stevens Institute of Technology.

During her seven seasons with the GU program, Hellmold has coached five offensive All-Americans in Alison Chambers and Coco Stanwick and most recently Ashby Kaestner, Molly Ford and Sophia Thomas.

Hellmold and the Georgetown staff have been named the BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year for two-consecutive years.

In her two seasons at Stevens, the team placed in the ECAC tournament both years after winning both the 2003 and 2004 Knickerbocker Conference Championship. The 2004 season record was the best in Stevens' history.

Aside from coaching, Hellmold is the owner of the New York Lacrosse Academy, located on Long Island.

Hellmold graduated in 2002 from Johns Hopkins University with a degree in political science, and played four seasons (1998-2002) of varsity lacrosse for the Blue Jays. She was a two-time captain, voted the best offensive player in 2001 and selected for the 2002 North/South Senior All-Star game. Additionally, Hellmold is among the Blue Jay leaders in career assists, goals and points.

Hellmold currently resides in Alexandria, Va., with her husband Erich, a D.C. attorney and a 2002 graduate of Johns Hopkins where he played football for the Blue Jays. The couple has a son, Grant Michael (2).

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