Arianna Kreush enters her first season as the assistant coach of the women's lacrosse team in 2017.
Kruesh joins the Terrier coaching staff after completing her undergraduate studies at Manhattanville College in Purchase, N.Y. A four-year member of the Valiants' lacrosse program, Kreush earned a pair of varsity letters as an attackman. Despite missing significant time due to injury, Kreush averaged nearly one point per game throughout her playing career. She totaled three, three-goal performances, including a career-best five-goal game against Wilkes College.
Academically, Kreush was twice named to the Metro Athletic Conference Spring Academic Honor Roll, and earned National honors from the IWLCA, garnering National Honor Roll laurels following her senior season in 2017.
Throughout her collegiate career, Kreush also spent time on the coaching sidelines, working with both the Port Jefferson Youth Girls' Lacrosse Camp, as well as Scarsdale Youth Lacrosse for three seasons. In addition, Arianna was active on the Manhatanville campus, serving three seasons as the Social Media Director of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and working as both a marketing intern and assistant to the athletic trainer.
A Chairman's Scholarship award receipient, Kreush graduated from Manhattanville with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 2017. She is currently enrolled in Hiram's Master of Arts in Disciplinary Studies program.