Coach Yetman to be Inducted into Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame

Coach Yetman to be Inducted into Johns Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame

BALTIMORE, Md. — Washington College head women's lacrosse coach Heidi (Pearce) Yetman will be one of eight individuals inducted into the Johns Hopkins University Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, April 30th. Yetman is a 2004 graduate of Johns Hopkins and was a standout player at her alma mater.

Yetman racked up 152 goals and 49 assists during her four year career. She holds the school records for career goals and points (201) by a midfielder. As a senior, she became the Blue Jays' first-ever Division I first-team All-American. During her playing days, she helped Hopkins to a four-year record of 44-24 and their first-ever NCAA Division I Tournament appearance in 2004. The Blue Jays also captured the 2001 ECAC Championship.

Yetman is currently in her third season as head coach of the Shorewomen after serving as the team's senior assistant coach for three years before that. She was named the 2014 Centennial Conference Coach of the Year.