Jamie Fitzgerald is in her second year as assistant coach with the George Washington women's lacrosse program. Fitzgerald was a two-sport athlete at The College of William and Mary from 2003-07.
A 2007 graduate of William & Mary with degrees in kinesiology and psychology, Fitzgerald handles all on-field defensive coaching duties for the Colonials and is responsible for team travel and recruiting. She also assists with practice planning and scouting.
Prior to her hire, Fitzgerald served as lacrosse and field hockey coach and physical education graduate assistant at Sherborne School for Girls in Sherborne, England. She has worked a number of camps for both lacrosse and field hockey, including the Five Star Lacrosse Camp in 2006.
Fitzgerald totaled 50 goals and 61 points as a four-year starting midfielder for the Tribe's lacrosse team, which made a pair of appearances in the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament in 2004 and 2006. She also added 131 ground balls, 83 draw controls and 46 caused turnovers during her four seasons, three of which she played under Hannaford, who was an assistant coach at William & Mary from 2005-07.
Fitzgerald also started 51 of 65 games in defense for the Tribe's field hockey team from 2003-07, helping her team to a 21-9 combined conference record and four straight trips to the CAA Tournament during her career. She competed in the North/South Senior All-Star game and was named William & Mary's Unsung Hero award recipient in 2006.