Becki Haislip | Assistant Coach
Becki Haislip ’99 returned to Guilford College as an assistant coach after her successful career as a four-year starting defender in 1996-1999. She stands 12th in Guilford’s history in ground balls and earned Guilford’s Best Team Player award during her senior year. A Physical Education major, Haislip graduated from Guilford in 1999. She continued her academic career at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where she earned a master’s of education degree in Exercise and Sports Science. She also has a master’s degree from Appalachian State University in school administration. Haislip has coached at nearby Western Guilford High School since 2002 and was the head coach of the North Carolina Chapter of US Lacrosse from 2009-2012. She has served as the Academic All-American Committee chair for the same organization since 2009. Haislip has coached multiple lacrosse clubs in the area, including the Greensboro Select Lacrosse Club, LB3 Lacrosse Club, and NC Elite Lacrosse Club. She is a founder and director of the Triad Lacrosse Club. Haislip works for Guilford County Schools as the K-12 Physical Education and Health Supervisor.
Kelly Martin | Assistant Coach
Kelly Martin ‘18 returned to Guilford College’s women’s lacrosse sidelines as an assistant coach soon after her graduation in May 2018. She started in 49 career games and totaled 24 points as a Quakers’ attacker. Martin earned Guilford’s Nereus C. English Athletic Leadership Award and the Jack Jensen Ideal Student-Athlete Award in 2018. As a senior, she served as the Quakers’ Student-Athlete Advisory Committee president and was inducted into the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society. A dean’s list exercise and sport sciences and health sciences double major, Martin completed Guilford’s Honors Program and Professional Development Experience. She was a four-time Academic All-ODAC Team honoree and an eight-time member of Guilford’s Student-Athlete Honor Roll. The La Plata, Maryland, native graduated from North Point High School and played three years of varsity lacrosse.