2027 co-head coach
Peggy Boutilier Williams attended Roland Park Country School in Baltimore, MD where she played field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. Her field hockey team won 4 Association of Independent Schools championships, and her lacrosse teams also won 4 AIS championships. They ended up ranked number one in Maryland her senior year. She was a three time Olympic Festival participant in field hockey and a two time high school All American in lacrosse.
Peggy attended the University of Virginia and earned a Masters in Teaching Elementary Education. She started every game during her career for the field hockey team that was ranked number one and went to the Final Four her senior season. She also started every lacrosse game, won the 1998 ACC Lacrosse Championship, and was a two time NCAA runner up. She was a two time National Defensive Player of the Year, 1998 ACC Player of the Year for the number one ranked Hoos, and named Virginia’s Most Outstanding Female Athlete her final year. She was awarded the NCAA Woman of the Year in 1998 for her academic, service, leadership, and athletic accomplishments. She is in the Baltimore and Virginia Hall of Fame Chapters for US Lacrosse.
Peggy has coached at the youth level all the way to the collegiate level and enjoys the challenge of bringing out the best in every player. She has especially enjoyed coaching the 2027 team with Meg Kincel and Kelly Lynn for the past few years.
Fun Fact: She was one of the last two players at Virginia to play with a wooden stick!