Lyndsey Wilcox is in her first season as an assistant coach with the Plymouth State field hockey program in 2018.
Originally from upstate New York, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from the State University of New York at Cortland, where she was a receipient of the Lenore K. Alway award for excellence in student teaching in New York state schools.
Wilcox continued her education at SUNY Cortland and graduated magna cum laude a year later with a Master of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education with additional courses in Advanced Exercise Science and American College of Sports Medicine.
Wilcox began her professional career teaching high school physical education, before moving on to coach field hockey and women's lacrosse at Wells College in Aurora, N.Y. During her second season with the women's lacrosse program, Wilcox guided the team to the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Championship for the first time in program history, garnering NEAC Coach of the Year honors.
Since relocating to New Hampshire, Wilcox pursued her career as a physical education teacher and now works with elementary-age students at Sandwich Central School. She is the co-founder of Raw Fitness, a personal training and small group training business based in Laconia.
When she isn't teaching, training or coaching, Wilcox is likely working on a photography project, hiking with her dogs or riding her jetski on Lake Winnipesaukee.