Erica Roebuck

Erica Roebuck

Head Coach, West Chester East

Erica Roebuck completed her first season as the Head Girls Lacrosse Coach at Bayard Rustin High School in 2015. Previously, she served head women’s lacrosse coach at Centenary College in 2014.

During her first season in Hackettstown, Roebuck led Centenary to its fifth consecutive appearance in the CSAC Tournament after placing sixth in the regular-season standings. Three Cyclones earned all-CSAC honors, including first team defender Kristen Rabenstein, while eight student-athletes earned CSAC All-Academic Team recognition. Roebuck took over the Cyclone women’s lacrosse program after working as an assistant coach at Eastern University where she completed her master’s degree in education and earned a health and physical education certificate in spring of 2013. In addition to her coaching experience at Eastern, Roebuck spent three years as an assistant lacrosse coach at Archbishop Carroll High School where she guided the team to the quarterfinal round of the Pennsylvania state playoffs each season. Roebuck has also coached for numerous elite club teams.

Roebuck is a certified teacher and a graduate of Villanova University where she was a walk-on for the Wildcats’ women’s lacrosse team. She earned her bachelor’s degrees in English and education in 2009. During that time, Roebuck also coached middle school soccer and lacrosse and became the head coach of the U-15 Philadelphia Lacrosse summer team.During her sophomore year at Villanova, Roebuck co-founded the Marple Newtown Girl’s Lacrosse League and founded the Marple Newtown Girl’s Lacrosse Camp. She ran each program for six years.