Tucker Announces 2015 Women's Lacrosse Schedule

Blue Jays to Open Season on February 8 in Houston


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Hopkins to Play Louisville, Rutgers and Team STX


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Tournament Slated for October 19 at Homewood Field

HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs Ohio State
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
HIGHLIGHTS: Women's Lacrosse vs UMBC
Johns Hopkins vs. Florida
The Blue Jays lost a tough one-goal decision to the fourth-ranked Gators on April 5 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. American
Johns Hopkins beat visiting American, 17-5, on March 1 at Homewood Field.
Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola
Johns Hopkins upset fifth-ranked Loyola, 6-5, at Homewood Field on February 26.

Tara Singleton
Tara Singleton

Last College:
Loyola '04

Associate Head Coach

4th season

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Johns Hopkins-Loyola Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

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Johns Hopkins Names Steele Stanwick Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach

Tara Singleton Promoted to Associate Head Coach


Johns Hopkins-Loyola Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

Blue Jays Visit Face Seventh-Ranked Greyhounds on Wednesday


Johns Hopkins-Loyola Women's Lacrosse Game Notes

First Meeting Between Blue Jays and Greyhounds since 1982

Tara Singleton returns for her fourth season on the Blue Jay coaching staff. In August 2013, she was promoted to Associate Head Coach. She will continue as the Blue Jays' defensive coordinator and add director of recruiting to her responsibilities.

In two of Singleton's three seasons at Homewood, the JHU defense has ranked in the top 30 nationally in scoring defense. She coached 2012 graduate Alyssa Kildare to All-ALC and IWLCA All-Region honors in 2011 and 2012. Singleton began her coaching career at her alma mater, Loyola, and spent one year there before moving to UMBC. She coached the UMBC defense for two years and served as the Retrievers' interim head coach in the spring of 2006 while head coach Courtney Connor was on maternity leave. In 2007, Singleton left Baltimore to join the Denver coaching staff, where she spent three seasons. In her first season with the Pioneers, the team went 13-6 and advanced to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) championship game. After a 10-8 record in 2009, Denver returned to the MPSF title game in 2010 and went 13-5 on the season.

Singleton was a four-year letterwinner at Loyola where she started her final two seasons and captained the team as a senior. A Second Team All-America in 2004, she led the Greyhounds to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances, two Final Fours and the 2002 Colonial Athletic Association title. As a junior, she led the team in caused turnovers and anchored the nation's top-ranked defense. As a senior, she once again led the team in caused turnovers and was among the national leaders in that category as well. Singleton was a member of the US National Developmental Team from 2003-05, a World Cup Team candidate and a member of the US National Elite Team from 2007-08. She graduated from Loyola in 2004 with a degree in elementary education and a minor in special education.

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