Coaching Staff

 

Head Coach Kim Masimore

Kim Masimore, formerly Lowry, enters her sixth season as the head coach of the Red Devil women's lacrosse program, joining the staff in the fall of 2013. She has posted four straight winning seasons, earning a bid to the Centennial Conference playoffs for the past two seasons. In just five seasons with the Red Devils, Masimore has already produced 13 All-Region selections and has had 19 players named to the All-Conference team. Moira Mahoney '17 earned All-America honors in 2016 and was selected as the 2015-16 McAndrews Award winner. In 2016-17, Maddy Siebold repeated that performance, earnng All-America honors and winning the McAndrews Award.
 
Masimore came to Carlisle from Bridgewater College, in Virginia, where she served as the head women's lacrosse coach for three years. Masimore rebuilt the program at Bridgewater and the Eagles continually showed a successful track record of improvement under her tenure. She played a key role in the restructuring of the schedule and made a strong effort to recruit quality student-athletes, earning six All-Conference honors in her last three seasons in Virginia.
 
Masimore is very active on the regional and national All-America committees, on the NCAA Regional Advisory Committee and served as an NCAA Regional Site Representative for the NCAA Tournament. Prior to taking over the program at Bridgewater, Masimore spent two years as an assistant coach at Hamilton College in upstate New York. While at Hamilton, she helped the Continentals reach the final four and the national championship, and produced three All-Americans during her tenure. In 2010, Hamilton was honored as the Liberty League Coaching Staff of the Year.
 
In addition to her experience at Hamilton, Masimore also spent a year at Endicott College, assisting that program to a third straight conference championship and bid to the NCAA Tournament. Masimore spent a year in England, enhancing the development of women's lacrosse as a coach at the St. Mary's School.
 
Masimore is a 2005 graduate of McDaniel College, earning a B.S. in Sports and Entertainment Marketing and Management, and minors in sports journalism and coaching. She went on to earn a M.S. in Exercise Science and Physical Education from McDaniel in 2008. As an undergrad, Masimore competed in both soccer and lacrosse for the Green Terror. She served as a team captain for both soccer (2004-05) and lacrosse (2004-06), earning IWLCA All-Metro Region and All-Centennial Conference honors in lacrosse in 2006.
 
In 2016 she was named the Senior Woman Administrator and also married her husband, Jamie. They reside in Aspers, Pa.
 

Assistant Coach Paige Messersmith

Paige Messersmith (McDaniel '13) enters her third season with the Red Devil coaching staff as an assistant with the women’s lacrosse program. She spent the previous three seasons as an assistant at Catholic University, following a stellar four-year playing career at McDaniel College.
 
Messersmith helped lead Catholic to an outstanding season in 2015, earning a bid to the NCAA Tournament and advancing to the national semifinals. The Cardinals went unbeaten in conference play, winning the program’s eighth Landmark title. They finished 16-4 overall and ranked sixth in the final IWLCA national poll.
 
A two-sport standout during her playing career at McDaniel, Messersmith excelled in both lacrosse and field hockey. In lacrosse, she is the Centennial Conference record holder for draw controls with 300 and was a four-time All-Conference selection and three-time All-Region honoree.
 
In 2013, Messersmith was named an All-American, nominated as the Centennial Conference NCAA Woman of the Year, and was selected to play in the North-South All-Star game.
 
In field hockey, she graduated fourth all-time at McDaniel with 66 points and ended her career in the top-10 for both goals and assists. In 2012, she set the Green Terror single-season record for goals with (18) and points (45).
 
Messersmith earned Dean's List honors, both NFHCA and IWLCA National Academic Squad recognition and Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll accolades.
 
She graduated with a bachelor's degree in exercise science and received a master's degree in psychology from Catholic University. In addition she is a (CSCS) certified strenth and conditioning specialist.
 

Assistant Coach Jessie Clark

Jessie Clark, joined the Red Devil coaching staff prior to the 2014 season. A standout goaltender for Dickinson, Clark was a four-year letter winner, leading the Red Devils to the Centennial Conference playoffs in 2008, 2009 and 2010.
 
She was a team captain in 2010 and 2011, earning Most Valuable Player honors as a junior. Clark was a two-time All-Centennial Conference selection, earning Second-team IWLCA All-Metro Region honors in 2010. She was also named to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team in 2010.
 
Clark still ranks second in career saves at Dickinson with 566, and ranks sixth all-time with a .506 save percentage. She posted a career-high 23 saves against Ursinus College in 2008 and ranks seventh and eighth in the top ten for save percentage in a season. She set a school record for a first-year at .539, in 2008.

 

 

Assistant Coach Sunnie Ko

Former Red Devil standout Sunnie Ko '11 returns to the Dickinson sidelines to join the women's lacrosse coaching staff as they prepare for the 2019 season.
 
Ko was a four-year letter-winner for the Red Devils, serving as a team captain as a senior. She was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 2011, earning Second-team All-Metro Region honors that season as well. She was a three-time All-Centennial Conference selection, earning Second-team recognition in 2009 and 2011.
 
Ko helped the Red Devils reach the conference playoffs three times, advancing to the semifinals in 2008 and 2009. The team broke school records for goals, assists, points and draw controls in 2008. Ko scored 97 goals in her career, adding 35 assists to rank 11th in career points at graduation. She still ranks fourth all-time with 154 draw controls and remains in the top 10 with 53 draws in 2009. She is just outside the program top 10 with 66 career caused turnovers.
 
Ko earned a B.A. in women and gender studies and political science from Dickinson in 2011. She returned to her alma mater and is currently the Assistant Director of Advancement Services at the college.