Sept. 11, 2012
May graduate Natalie Wills has been hired as an assistant coach at Boston University, Terriers' head coach Liz Robertshaw announced earlier this month. Wills earned her Vanderbilt degree in human and organizational development this past spring after closing a four-year career that saw her make 59 career starts in goal for the Commodores.
The Kent Island, Md., native will be in charge of training BU goaltenders.
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Mundy hired at UMBC
Another former Commodore has made a move in the collegiate coaching world. Alex Mundy, a 2010 Vanderbilt graduate, was hired at UMBC after a one-year stint at Yale. Mundy will assist co-head coaches Amy Appelt and Tony Giro.
Mundy was a two-time All-American as a defender at Vanderbilt.
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