Werner named Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach at UNH

The University of New Hampshire women’s basketball program has announced the hiring of Lindsay Werner as an assistant coach, the announcement was made on Wednesday morning by head coach Kelsey Hogan.

Werner most recently spent the last three seasons at Harvard University as an assistant coach.

“I am thrilled to have Lindsay join our staff,” said Hogan. “As a successful student-athlete and an assistant coach she shown has a tireless work ethic, great IQ and passion for the game and has shown an impressive ability to positively impact young women in all areas of life. We are very excited for Lindsay to work with and share her enthusiasm with our players and the UNH community.”

She joined the Crimson in July of 2019, after lettering for four years at Merrimack College.

“I am incredibly excited to be joining the UNH women’s basketball Program to work with Coach Hogan and her staff to build on their excellent foundation,” said Werner. “I am super thankful for the opportunity to be a part UNH and to be able to work with a special group of young women representing an amazing University.”

A standout guard during her time at Merrimack, Werner finished her career with 1,120 points, ranking 16th all-time in program history. A two-time NE10 All-Conference selection her junior and senior seasons, Werner set the Merrimack career record for three-pointers made with 190. She averaged 1.86 three-pointers per game over her career and shot 33.9 percent from the three-point range. Starting in 29 games as a senior, Werner set the single season record for three-pointers made with 70.

A native of Groton, Mass., Werner graduated from Merrimack with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2019. While with the Warriors, she served on the Merrimack Student Athlete Advisory Committee and as the NE10 Player Representative.


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