Liz Robertshaw
Previous College: George Mason (1998)
Position: Assistant Coach
Liz Robertshaw begins her third year as a member of the Brown staff with primary duties lying on the offensive end, working closely with field-players individual stickwork and offensive strategies. Off the field, her responsibilities include student-athlete recruiting, opponent scouting, team travel and equipment, and the organization of the Brown Women's Lacrosse camps and clinics.

A 1998 graduate of George Mason with a Bachelor of Arts in English, Robertshaw stayed at her alma mater, serving as a defensive coach for two seasons. As an assistant, she contributed to all aspects of the women's lacrosse program, both on and off the field with duties similar to those at Brown.

As a four-year starter on defense for the Patriots, and serving as team captain for two years, Robertshaw garnered many awards during her athletic career. The most decorated lacrosse player in George Mason history, she was a three-time First Team Colonial Athletic Association honoree and earned Honorable Mention All-American honors in 1997. As a senior, she was named a First Team USWLA All-American, the first one in GMU history and was named honorable mention IWLCA All-American. She was also the recipient of the Aimee Willard Award at the National Tournament as well as an NCAA Woman of the Year Regional Nominee in 1998.

During her time at George Mason, she started a record 65 consecutive games and holds the record for most caused turnovers in a career (90), season (43 in 1998) and in a game (six). In addition, she ranks second in the record books for ground balls in a career with 181.

A native of Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, Robertshaw now lives in Providence.