MaryAnn Schiller was promoted to the position of Assistant Director of Athletics at Bryn Mawr College in the spring of 2016. Her resume speaks to a storied career in athletics, particularly in the lacrosse world. Schiller played both lacrosse and field hockey at Penn State University, making it to the Final Four in both sports. She was a star member of Penn State's 1987 and 1989 National Championship winning teams. Schiller earned national All-American Honors, and is still in the top ten in school history in goals scored.
Schiller would go on to become an assistant coach at Swarthmore College and TCNJ, where she earned her M.Ed., before returning to Penn State as an assistant coach. Schiller then served as head coach at Boston College and Haverford College before her retirement from coaching.
Schiller's position as Assistant Director of Athletics allows her to assist the department with recruiting, as well as oversee Physical Education, club sports and transportation.
"MaryAnn's new role will allow her to serve as an even greater asset to this department in our efforts to continue building a strong future for the student-athletes of Bryn Mawr," Bryn Mawr College Director of Athletics Kathy Tierney remarked. "We are excited to have her serve as a valuable resource for the recruitment efforts of the department."