|8-7 (.533)||5-5 (.500)||Lost 1||2-2||4-5||2-0|
Nate Hoeckelman enters his first season as the women's lacrosse head coach. He comes to Midland with more than a decade of coaching experience, most recently leading the Lincoln Rampage to back-to-back Nebraska High School Lacrosse Association (NHSLA) Championships.
Hoeckelman joins Midland after a dominant, turnaround head coaching stint with the NHSLA's Lincoln Rampage. Inheriting a second-year, 0-17 squad in 2009, he led the Rampage to a 14-3 season in his first year as head coach. In three years with the Rampage, he posted a 47-8 record with two championships.
Prior to his time with Lincoln, Hoeckelman coached college-level lacrosse for more than 10 years, holding coaching positions at University of Nebraska -Lincoln, Missouri S&T, Washington University and Lindenwood University.
At Midland, Hoeckelman will head a women's lacrosse program that enters just its third season of varsity competition. As part of an institution-wide commitment to providing expanded opportunities for students, women's lacrosse is one of 11 varsity sports that has been added to campus since 2009.
|1||Erica Weidner||SO||M||5-2||Cottage Grove, Minn.||Park HS|
|2||Ariana Traynor||SO||A||5-8||Colorado Springs, Colo.||Rampart HS|
|3||Audrey Lutkin||JR||A||5-6||Aurora, Colo.||Northeastern Junior College|
|4||Elise Hubel||JR||M||5-3||Chambers, Neb.|
|6||Jordane Warkentin||JR||Lincoln, Neb.|
|7||Kaimilioa Evans||FR||Honolulu, HI||Pearl City HS|
|10||Erin Sackett||SO||Omaha, Neb.|
|15||Madison Fitzgerald||FR||Rocklin, CA||Whitney HS|
|17||Sarah Hill||SO||M||5-8||Roseville, Minn.||Roseville Area HS|
|18||Raylina Macias||SO||San Bernardino, CA||Colton High School|
|23||Rylee Moore-Ryberg||SR||M||5-4||Castle Rock, Colo.||Douglas County HS|
|24||Mindee Iberra||FR||Ponoma, CA||San Dimas HS|
|25||Brionna Buenavista||FR||G||Stockton, CA||Ronald E. McNair HS|
|27||Lauren Burkey||SR||D||5-3||Ft. Calhoun, Neb.||Ft. Calhoun HS|
|32||Brianna Quandt||SR||M||5-7||Pueblo, Colo.||County HS|
|Lawrence Technological University||22|
|Robert Morris University||14|