Two-time Patriot League Champions and head coach Cindy Timchal to run clinics
Corey Donohoe enters her second season as an assistant coach for the 2014 season. Donohoe served as a volunteer assistant coach at Navy during the 2012 season after a standout career at the University of North Carolina.
Donohoe focuses on Navy's offensive attack and will have an active role in recruiting.
In 2013, Donohoe mentored Navy's career leader in both points (336) and assists (167), Jasmine DePompeo. Under her tutelage, Navy's offense ranked eighth in the nation in points (440) and scoring margin (+5.9). She
helped lead Navy to a fourth consecutive Patriot League Championship and NCAA First Round win over Monmouth.
Donohoe helped lead Navy to its most successful season in program history in 2012. The Mids posted an overall record of 18-3 and went undefeated in conference play at 6-0 to earn its first outright regular season title. Navy won the Patriot League Tournament and advanced to the NCAA First Round for the third straight year and finished the season ranked No. 19 in the deBeer Media Poll.
One aspect of Donohoe's duties in 2012 involved overseeing Navy's draw controls and then-freshman draw specialist Loren Generi. Under the guidance of Donohoe, Navy ranked sixth in the country with 15.14 draw controls per game and Generi, the 2012 Patriot League Rookie of the Year, set a school and Patriot League record with 118 draw controls, the third-most in a single season in NCAA history.
Donohoe graduated from North Carolina in 2011 as the school's all-time leader in goals (192) and points (256). She is a two-time IWLCA First-Team All-American selection and a three-time All-ACC honoree. Donohoe helped lead the Tar Heels to three straight NCAA Final Fours and the team played for the 2009 National Championship. Donohoe was a tri-captain of the 2011 Tar Heel squad and started 80 career games at UNC.
Donohoe has also played on the U.S. Women's Lacrosse National Senior Team.
In the fall of 2011, Donohoe was tabbed as North Carolina's 2011 Patterson Medal winner. The Patterson Medal is based primarily on career athletic accomplishment at the University of North Carolina and is considered the most prestigious honor a student-athlete can receive.
Donohoe has a strong background of coaching experience, serving as a coach for the Skywalkers Lacrosse Club for four years. She has also worked as a camp counselor for North Carolina and other top college programs around the country.
Donohoe, a native of Jarrettsville, Md., graduated from UNC in May 2011 with a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science with a minor in sociology. Donohoe played high school lacrosse at North Harford.