|Title:||Assistant Women's Lacrosse Coach|
Courtney joined the coaching staff in the Fall of 2012, after playing four years as the starting goalkeeper for Farmingdale State, under the tutelage of Coach Calkins.
Her freshman season, she led her team to the programs first-ever Skyline Championship and was named the 2009 Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year, ECAC Division III All-Metro/South Region Rookie of the Year, and IWLCA All-Region Second Team. She was also selected to the 2009 Womenslacrosse.com Division III All-Rookie Team.
That season, she finished with a .565 save percentage, ranking her 4th in the Nation among Division III goalies, while also finishing 9th nationally in Saves per Game (13.0), 27th for Total Saves (173.0) and 34th for Goals Against Average (10.23). She was also named the Skyline Tournament MVP, after finishing the playoffs with an average of 22.5 saves in two games.
Courtney played just seven games in goal her sophomore year due to an injury, but returned her junior year to finish with an 8-8 record and a 10.62 GAA. She was again named All-Conference and a USA College Lacrosse DIII All-Star. She finished ranked 2nd in the Skyline for save percentage (.477) and saves per game (9.69).
Her senior year, she was named the Skyline Conference Player of the Year, leading the Rams to their best record in school history (13-2) with a 6.49 goals against average. She was also named to the ECAC DIII Mid-Atlantic Second Team.
Courtney holds school records at Farmingdale State for most wins
(30), finishing with a 30-16 career record. She is also ranked 2nd
All-Time for saves (487), saves per game (9.55), save percent
(.512) and GAA (9.69).
Courtney graduated from Deer Park High School in 2008, where she was a 2-Time MVP of her team. She was also named All-League, All-County, Honorable Mention All-County and All-Tournament while with Deer Park.