|Title:||Women's Lacrosse Coach|
|College:||B.A., Yale University|
Sarah Queener has completed two seasons as the
head coach of the Pomona-Pitzer lacrosse program. In 2013, Queener
guided the Sagehens to a school-record 11 wins and an appearance in
the SCIAC semifinals. The 11 wins included two wins against both
CMS (the first two wins over the Athenas in program history) and
Prior to joining the Sagehens, Queener spent the previous two years as the head coach of the Newport Harbor High School girls lacrosse program, where she led the Sailors to playoff appearances in each of her two years at the helm.
As the head coach for Claremont-Mudd-Scripps from 2007-2009, Queener's teams compiled a 40-7 record and qualified for the NCAA tournament in each of her three seasons. She led CMS to their first NCAA tournament appearance in 2007 and their first NCAA tournament win in 2008.
Queener began her collegiate coaching career at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, where she served as an assistant coach from 2004-2006. She also assisted at Yale University during the fall of 2006.
Queener was four year starter at Yale University where she was a two-time All-Ivy league performer, an IWCLA All-American and a North-South Senior All-Star. During her senior year in 2003, she led the Bulldogs to an Ivy League title and an appearance in the NCAA tournament.
A native of Penn Yan, New York, Queener comes from a lacrosse family. Her parents Harry and Patricia are high school lacrosse coaches at Penn Yan Academy, her brothers Brett and Brice played professionally for the Hamilton Nationals and her sister Sylvia played at Limestone College.
|Title:||Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach|
|College:||Harvey Mudd College|
Herbie Huff has completed her second season as an assistant
coach with the Pomona-Pitzer Women's Lacrosse program in 2013.
Huff played for current Sagehen Head Coach Sarah Queener, when she was the head coach at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. She served as the team's goalie under Queener, before graduating from Harvey Mudd with a degree in mathematics.
In 2007, she helped lead the Athena lacrosse team to their best ever record (15-2) and into the NCAA Championships. She finished the year ranked 11th in the nation (of 175 schools) in save percentage (.522) and 14th in goals against average (8.09).
Her play in goal along with the team's high-powered offense allowed the team to lead the country in scoring margin (10.41 goals/game). She earned IWLCA All-West Region First Team honors, the third time in her career she was honored on the All-West Region team.
Prior to joining the Pomona-Pitzer staff, Huff was the club women's lacrosse coach at Occidental in 2008 and 2009 competing in Division 2 of the WWLL. Her teams had a combined 11-8 record.
Huff also has a full-time job as a transportation planner and serves on the board of directors for the Los Angeles County Bicycling Coalition. She received her Master's in Urban Planning from UCLA and works at Ryan Snyder Associates, where she contributes to bicycle and pedestrian plans.