Jillian Yung, a 2015 graduate of Stonehill and four-year letterwinner on the women's lacrosse team, is entering her first season as an assistant coach for head coach Katie Conover, '03. Yung also serves as event operations coordinator at the College, where she has organized and managed a variety of academic and athletic events on campus during the summer months since May, 2016.
Yung joins her alma mater as an assistant coach after serving the area as a clinician since 2015. She is founder of Supreme Lacrosse Clinic, which has conducted high school clinics for girls in the surrounding area to prepare for their upcoming seasons. She has also conducted clinics at Brockton High School, and also worked with the Bridgewater Youth Lacrosse Clinics in her spare time.
Yung was a four-year letterwinner for Coach Conover at Stonehill, appearing in 76 career games as a defender, finishing her career with 37 goals, including a career-best 18 as a senior, and six assists for 43 points, with 71 ground balls, 37 caused turnovers and 47 draw controls. She earned NE10 Academic Honor Roll and Athletic Director's Honor Roll status multiple semesters over her career.
Yung, a native of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Stonehill. She is currently pursuing a Master of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University. Yung worked within the athletic department at Stonehill following her graduation as an athletics assistant, helping plan and coordinate the 2016 NCAA Division II Field Hockey Championship, hosted by Stonehill, and assisting the game operations staff and partnering with the athletic director to assist in administrative marketing strategies and summer sports camps.