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Former Nittany Lion standout Suzanne Isidor returns for her 10th season at the helm of the Penn State women's lacrosse program. Isidor has compiled a 74-79 record in her nine seasons as the head coach of the Nittany Lions.
The eighth coach in Penn State women's lacrosse history, Isidor and the Nittany Lions etched their name in the record book on March 20, 2002 when they took the field for a contest against Johns Hopkins, becoming the first women's lacrosse program in current Division I history to play 500 games.
Prior to returning to Penn State in a coaching capacity, the former Suzanne Weinberg served as the head women's lacrosse coach at Drew University for four seasons. She guided the Rangers to four-straight Middle Atlantic Conference titles and a Division III NCAA Tournament appearance in 2000.
A two-time MAC Coach of the Year, Isidor compiled a 56-15 overall record and coached six All-America selections while at Drew. She was also named the South Atlantic Region Coach of the Year in 1997.
A four-time letterwinner for the Nittany Lions, Isidor helped Penn State advance to the NCAA Tournament three times, reaching the semifinals in her senior campaign. A senior co-captain, she was a 1995 Regional All-American. After graduation, Isidor joined the Penn State coaching ranks as an assistant for one season.
In addition to her Penn State coaching duties, Isidor coaches various lacrosse summer camps and is active in the lacrosse community. She has presided over several committees, including her current role as chair of the Tewaaraton Trophy committee.
The native of Annapolis, Md., is married to Dan Isidor. Residing in State College, the couple has three sons, Jackson and twins Luke and Evan
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