North Carolina, WDI, Women's

Bromley named Campbell Women’s Lacrosse assistant

0 Comments 06 January 2016

Cawley Bromley, Campbell Women's Lacrosse

BUIES CREEK, N.C. — Campbell women’s lacrosse coach Dawn Easley has announced the hiring of Cawley Bromley as the Camels new assistant coach heading into the upcoming 2016 season.

Bromley recently wrapped-up a four-year playing career at Virginia Tech, making 57 career appearances for the Hokies. The Cary, North Carolina native recorded 62 career points on 30 goals and 32 assists as an attacker. Bromley had a career-high 35 points on 16 goals and 19 assists as a senior.

“I am thrilled to add Cawley to our coaching staff,” said Easley. “With her experience at Virginia Tech and the Carolina Fever, she is sure to make an impact here at Campbell. We are committed to building a competitive program that is dedicated to the long term success of our players. Cawley shares this vision, and we are very fortunate that she is now a Camel!”

Bromley tallied 19 career ground balls at VT while winning four draw controls and causing six turnovers. She had a career-high four assists on her senior day against No. 3 Boston College and recorded a hat trick against No. 5 Virginia.

A prep standout at Apex High School, Bromley has served as the head coach of the Carolina Fever Lacrosse Club since the summer of 2010, coaching various girls travel teams from ages 10-18. She was also head coach of the Carolina Blast club lacrosse team from 2007-11

Bromley was also the Lacrosse Program Director for the Town of Cary from 2011-14 serving as the head lacrosse coach for youth programs and working as an instructor at various camps. She was a camp counselor at the North Carolina and Duke women’s lacrosse camps for the past four summers.

“I am thankful to Coach Easley and the entire Campbell University family for this opportunity to be an assistant women’s lacrosse coach,” said Bromley. “I am looking forward to learning under the direction of Coach Easley and working with an outstanding group of student-athletes.”

Bromley received her Bachelor of Science degree in human development from Virginia Tech in May, 2015, graduating Cum Laude. She was an Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic Team selection in 2014.

Bromley joins assistant coach Jessica Moulton on Easley’s coaching staff and will assist program in all areas.

The Camels are entering the program’s fourth year and are coming off a 5-13 campaign in 2015. CU returns 15 letter-winners including All-Big South selections Loren Day, Erica Hitch and Erin O’Hara.

 

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