Meg Clements is in her fourth season as assistant coach with Stevens. In her time with the Ducks, Clements has helped the program advance to three Empire 8 Conference Championships, developed multiple All-Conference and All-Region players and developed one All-American as a sophomore. She was also part of back-to-back Empire 8 Conference Coaching Staff of the Year.
In addition to her role at Stevens, Clements is the Director of Player Development and Recruiting for Garden State Elite Lacrosse based out of Princeton, N.J.
Prior to her time at Stevens, Clements coached at Notre Dame High School in Lawrence, N.J., where they won both County and Sectional titles.
Clements spent a year overseas in England where she both played and coached lacrosse at Durham University while pursuing a masters degree in Marketing. Clements helped the program win it’s first BUCS (British University and College Sports) National Championship in 2016.
Clements graduated from Rutgers in 2014 and spent four years in the lacrosse program. Clements left the program as the seventh all-time draw control leader with 97 draw controls over her career. Her offensive effort did not go unnoticed as Clements was named to the 2014 Big East Preseason Players to Watch list, guided the Knights to a 2014 Big East Playoff berth and was named Second Team All-Big East and All Tournament team.
Clements also shined in the classroom, earning Big East All-Academic honors all four years.
The New Jersey native is from Pennington, N.J., and graduated with a bachelors degree in communications and a masters degree in marketing.
Head women's lacrosse coach Karen Shaddock has announced the hiring of Emily Bitka as an assistant women's lacrosse coach. The Amherst, New York native arrives on Castle Point after a one year coaching internship at Slippery Rock University. During her time at "The Rock", Bitka monitored the academic performance of student-athletes, while managing team travel and field and facility use. Bitka also assisted with the program's recruiting efforts and worked to build media and community relationships to support the women's lacrosse program.
As an undergraduate, Bitka was a two-year captain for the Slippery Rock women's lacrosse program, holding multiple program records at the time of her graduation and is the NCAA's single-season record holder in ground balls and ground balls per game . She was a two-time All-Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference honoree and was named the conference's Player of the Year in 2018. The goalie was an Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association All-American in her senior season and was named Most Valuable Player of the IWLCA Senior All-Star Game.
Bitka began her collegiate career at the University of Albany, where she spent two seasons with the Great Danes, making two trips to the America East Conference Championship.