Lauren Wray is the current head girls lacrosse coach and assistant athletic director at The Agnes Irwin School. Prior to joining Agnes Irwin, Wray oversaw the Haverford College Women’s Lacrosse team for six seasons. With a combined record of 56-46 during her tenure at Haverford, Wray coached sixteen All-Conference players and 4 All-Metro Region players. Wray arrived at Haverford after spending the previous two years as an assistant coach at nearby Temple University. Prior to her position at Temple, Wray served as an assistant at Lafayette College.
Wray (nee Gallagher) was a four-year letter winner at Duke University from 1999-03 and received a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering and economics in 2004. Over her career with the Blue Devils she earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference honors in the 2001, 2002 and 2003 seasons and was selected as a three-time Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-American.
In the summer before heading to Duke, Wray played for the United States Under-19 Women's Lacrosse Team which competed at the 1999 World Championships in Perth, Australia. She was later selected to the USA Developmental Squad, training as a member of Team USA with thirty developmental players in the summers from 2001-04.
Tracy Zimmer has served as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at University of Pennsylvania since 2010. In addition to designing and implementing strength and conditioning programs for athletic teams at Penn, Zimmer also handles all administrative details for the strength and conditioning department including overseeing the use of Sparta Science Technology.
Zimmer earned her Bachelor's of Science in Kinesiology from Temple University. While at Temple, she was a member of the women's lacrosse team and a two-time team captain. As a senior, she was named first-team All-Atlantic 10 and also earned a spot on the conference's All-Tournament Team. Zimmer earned her Master's in Sport Psychology from Temple in May 2014.
Zimmer has also competed in the sport of powerlifting, and holds the Pennsylvania state squat record (182.5kg) in USAPL.