COACHING STAFF

Michigan Women's Lacrosse Assistant Coach Ana Heneberry

ANA HENEBERRY

Title: Assistant Coach

Ana Heneberry joined the University of Michigan women's lacrosse staff as an assistant coach on July 17, 2017, and works primarily with the Maize and Blue defense.

The 2018 season will mark Heneberry's sixth year as an assistant coach at the Division I level, while as a player, she was an All-America defender at Loyola University Maryland.

Most recently, Heneberry served as an assistant coach at Boston University for three seasons (2015-17), working primarily with the Terriers' defense. Heneberry helped BU reach the Patriot League semifinals in each of her three seasons. On an individual level, she coached the Patriot League Defender of the Year in 2017.

In addition to her assistant coach responsibilities at BU, she also participated in the Jansen Leadership Academy and served as a member of the IWLCA Convention Planning Committee.

Heneberry transitioned to Boston University after spending two seasons as an assistant coach at High Point University (2013-14), where she was the defensive coordinator and also worked one-on-one with the goaltenders. Heneberry helped guide the Panthers to back-to-back Big South championships and consecutive NCAA tournament appearances. In both seasons at HPU, she helped coach the Big South Defensive Player of the Year.

A native of Timonium, Maryland, Heneberry was a four-year standout defender at Loyola University Maryland from 2009-12. During her senior season in 2012, she helped lead the Greyhounds to their second straight Big East Conference title and second consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. That same season, Heneberry represented Loyola as a team captain, was recognized individually as the Big East Preseason Defender of the Year, and was a member of the Tewaaraton Watch List. She became the second player in school history to record 100 caused turnovers and 100 ground balls. She was also named a Third Team All-American following her junior season in 2011.

During her playing career, she also served as the head coach of Diamonds Lacrosse Club in Baltimore, Maryland, and provided one-on-one instruction sessions to youth players.Heneberry graduated from Loyola in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in communications with a specialization in public relations and advertising.


Michigan Women's Lacrosse Assistant Coach Adam Sear

ADAM SEAR

Title: Assistant Coach

Adam Sear joined the University of Michigan women's lacrosse staff as an assistant coach on August 10, 2017, and works primarily with the Maize and Blue offense.

The 2018 season will mark Sear's fifth year in the collegiate ranks and ninth overall year of coaching, as he has also taught the game at the high school and club level.

Most recently, Sear served as the Director of Athlete Enrichment at Sports Academy in Thousand Oaks, California, since February 2017. Sports Academy is an all-inclusive sports and fitness facility dedicated to creating full-circle athletes of all ages and skill levels. Sear was directly responsible for the Personal Development Year program.

Prior to his stint at Sports Academy, he was the Director of 3d Lacrosse, LLC., a club team organization in Los Angeles, California, for three years (2014-17). He was responsible for the Los Angeles and Orange County markets and coached boys and girls ages 6-18.

Sear was last involved in collegiate coaching as a men's assistant coach at Stevenson University (Owings Mills, Md.) for the 2013 and 2014 seasons. He helped lead Stevenson to the Division III national championship in 2013. He got his start in coaching at Ferrum College (Division III) in Ferrum, Virginia, spending two seasons as a men's assistant coach and recruiting coordinator with the Panthers.

As a player, Sear competed for the University of Maryland for four years, helping lead the Terrapins to four consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Following his senior season, he was selected to play in the USILA North-South All-Star Game.

In addition to his collegiate career, Sear has also represented his home country of Australia at the highest level, competing in the 2010 World Championships. A native of Perth, Australia, he helped lead Australia to a bronze medal.

Sear graduated from Maryland with a bachelor's degree in family science in 2010, and went on to earn a master's degree in business management and information technology from Stevenson in 2014.


Michigan Women's Lacrosse Director of Operations Maeve McKew

MAEVE MCKEW

Title: Director of Operations

Maeve McKew joined the University of Michigan women's lacrosse staff as the program's Director of Operation on August 16, 2017.

McKew is responsible for all day-to-day office operations, which include overseeing all aspects of the budget, team travel and home game logistics. She also supervises team managers, coordinates on-campus recruiting visits and events and manages camp operations for the Wolverines. In addition, she serves as the liaison between the women's lacrosse program and other departments within Michigan Athletics.

McKew brought valuable lacrosse knowledge to Ann Arbor from her experience as a collegiate player, assistant coach and director of operations.

McKew graduated with a degree in family science from Maryland in 2009, where she was a member of the women's lacrosse team (2005-09). She helped the Terrapins compile a 70-15 record in her four years, en route to four NCAA Tournament appearances. As a senior, McKew led the team to an Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championship and a berth in the NCAA Final Four.

After graduating from Maryland, McKew earned her Masters of Education at Drexel University, where she also served as the assistant lacrosse coach from 2010-11.

Following her role as assistant coach, McKew transitioned back to her alma mater, Maryland, as a General Assistant in the Department of Athletics, coordinating the operations of the women’s lacrosse program. McKew then put her undergraduate and graduate degrees to use, teaching first grade in Baltimore County Public Schools for five years.

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