|Previous College:||Drew '01|
While with the Big Red, Woods assisted will all coaching aspects, includingpractice planning, developing and implementing game-day strategies,recruiting, opponent scouting, team travel, team equipment orders, filmbreakdown, management of budget, and supervision of office studentworkers. In addition, Woods served as the Assistant Director of Cornell'sPremier & Girl's Lacrosse Camps.
A 2001 graduate of Drew University with a B.A. in Psychology, Woodsreceived a M.S. from Ithaca in Exercise and Sports Sciences: Sport Psychology & Sport Pedagogy in 2002. A sixsemester Dean's List student at Drew, Woods earned the ECAC/Robbins Scholar Athlete Award in 2001. As an athlete at Drew, Woods was a standout on both the soccer and lacrosse teams, earning the Drew University Female Athlete of the Year award in 2001 along with the NJAIAW Drew University Woman of the Year. A U.S. Lacrosse All-American as a senior, Woods also earned Brine/IWLCA All-America honors in 2001 along with ECAC-Metro Player of the Year recognition. The two-time Regional All-American in both soccer and lacrosse, Woods earned MAC All-Star honors in lacrosse all four years and in soccer for three straight years.