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Hannah Rudloff Head Coach

Hannah Rudloff begins her fourth season at the helm of the Drexel women’s lacrosse team in 2016-17. She was named the head women's lacrosse coach in July of 2013 after dedicating three seasons as an assistant coach. From 2010 to 2013, Rudloff worked extensively with the Dragons' attack unit.

Rudloff has coached five All-CAA performers and an IWLCA All-Region honoree during her tenure as the Dragons’ head coach, and also mentored 2014 Mary Semanik Award winner Amanda Norcini.

Under Rudloff’s leadership during her time as an assistant, the women’s lacrosse team made significant strides in the Colonial Athletic Association. The Dragons made the 2011 CAA Championship tournament for the first-time in program history and advanced to post-season play again in 2012 and 2013 after tallying the program’s most CAA wins. In 2016 they again advanced to the CAA tournament after beating conference foe Hofstra for the first time in 23 meetings.

Prior to arriving at Drexel, Rudloff served as the assistant coach at Marist for the 2010 season for both the offensive and defensive units. She helped the Red Foxes defeat Fairfield in the MAAC Championship Final to earn the program’s first NCAA Tournament berth.

Rudloff graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2009 where she helped the Quakers to three undefeated Ivy League seasons. Rudloff and the Quakers advanced to the NCAA Final Four in each of her final three seasons and reached the NCAA championship game in her junior season. She attended nearby West Chester East High School where she was a First Team All-America selection in 2005.

Mary Moran Assistant Coach

Mary Moran joined the Drexel coaching staff in August of 2012 after a distinguished playing career at Rutgers University. She now begins her fourth season with the Dragons. Her primary responsibilities include guiding the Drexel defense. Moran helped lead the Dragons to postseason play during her first season in blue and gold as Drexel advanced to the 2013 CAA Championship tournament after winning a program-best four CAA regular season games.

Moran was the Scarlet Knights’ team captain from 2011-12 and earned a three-year starting spot on defense. She was recipient of the 2011 Coach’s Choice Award and was selected to the 2011 All Big East Academic Team. In 2008, Moran was named the Most Improved Player.

She has a wide range of coaching experience, most recently coaching for Sentry Lacrosse in Dallas Texas, assisting in coaching several club teams. After graduating, she was a member of the English Lacrosse Association and was selected to be head coach at both a university and high school in 2012. Moran was also co-head coach of the South Jersey Select Lacrosse Club in the summer of 2011.

Jackie Cifarelli Assistant Coach

Jackie Cifarelli joined the Drexel coaching staff during the summer of 2015. She came to Drexel after completing an outstanding collegiate playing career at Ohio State. During her four years at Ohio State, Cifarelli set a school record for career assists and finished second in career points. Her 179 assists are the third highest total in NCAA Division I history. A three-time IWLCA regional All-American, Cifarelli was a two-time Tewaaraton Award nominee and was named to the inaugural Big Ten All-Conference Team in 2015. She was an ALC All-Conference team selection as a sophomore and a junior. Her teams reached the NCAA Tournament in each of her last two seasons in Columbus.

Cifarelli, a native of Rockville Centre, N.Y., graduated from Ohio State with a degree in sociology. In 2014, she earned a Student Athlete Academic Achievement award from OSU.


Hannah Rudloff – Mary Semanik Head Coach



Mary Moran – Assistant Coach





Jackie Cifarelli – Assistant Coach





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