PROGRAM DIRECTOR / OWNER
Lindsay Lewis Teeters
Lindsay (Lewis) Teeters became the Bitmore Program Director in 2015 and Club Owner in 2017. Lindsay has been involved with lacrosse as a player and/or coach since 1993. She is a former Division I College Coach and a former Team USA player. All of her accomplishments wouldn't have been possible without great coaches, supportive teammates and the ability to play other sports. Her Bitmore philosophy is what made her the player and coach she is today, and why she wants to provide a healthy balance for her own players.
Lindsay is a Howard County native, who graduated from Glenelg High School in 2002. A 3-sport varsity player (soccer, basketball, lacrosse), she was named GHS Female Athlete of the Year and was selected All-County in both soccer and lacrosse. She went on to play at Boston University (DI) where she was a 4-year starter, 2x IWLCA All American, 4x IWLCA North Region All American, 4x America East All Conference and graduated as the All Time Leading Goal Scorer. After graduating from Boston University, Lindsay continued her love for lacrosse and began coaching at James Madison University (DI). She coached the Dukes from 2006-2009. From 2009-2010, she coached at George Washington University (DI), and she became the Associate Head Coach at Virginia Tech from 2010-2013.
In 2013, Lindsay returned to Maryland to work with her former team, Team USA, as the National Teams Manager at US Lacrosse. After a year with the National Teams, the Assistant Athletic Director position opened at Garrison Forest giving her an opportunity to get back into coaching as the Varsity Lacrosse Coach. Under Lindsay's coaching, Garrison Forest just completed their best season in almost 15 years – ending the 2017 season ranked in the Top 10 for the Baltimore Sun and making it to the IAAM Quarterfinals.
Lindsay currently is the Head Coach for the 2024 team. She also actively participates in coaching all teams within the Bitmore program – at practices and during games.
Lindsay lives in Catonsville with her husband Matt and two daughters Lewis and Weston (yes girls with boy names).