In four of her five years as a member of the Towson coaching staff, Katie Doolittle has helped the Tigers reach the NCAA Tournament. As she enters her sixth year, the Tigers' assistant coach and recruiting coordinator hopes to help the Tigers build on a highly successful 2012 season.
Doolittle was a key component of the coaching staff that led the Tigers to a 16-4 overall record, a perfect Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) mark of 7-0 and the program's fourth CAA title since 2005.
A 2007 graduate of Maryland, Doolittle scored 105 goals with 24 assists in her four-year career while playing in all 79 games. A two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference selection, she tallied 27 goals with seven assists as a senior in helping the Terrapins reach the NCAA quarter-finals. Doolittle was second on the team with eight free-position goals and was tied for third on the squad with 29 draw controls.
Named as a co-captain as a senior, the Manlius, N.Y. native was a two-time selection to the IWLCA All-South regional team and was selected to the Tewaaraton Watch List in 2007.
She had her best season as a junior, scoring 37 goals with five assists. Doolittle had a career-high five goals twice during her career, including a five-goal effort against Old Dominion as a junior.
Most recently, Doolittle was a member of the United States Women's Lacrosse National Developmental Team from 2005 to 2008. She was also an alternate for the U.S. Under-19 National Team.
A four-year letterwinner at Fayetteville-Manlius High School, Doolittle was a two-time All-America selection while scoring 140 goals with 56 assists in her scholastic career.