Brooke Kuhl-McClelland has been named Mount Hebron's girls lacrosse head coach, becoming the first woman in the program's history to hold that position.
Kuhl-McClelland, a former junior varsity coach at Hammond who was a varsity assistant at Mount Hebron the past two seasons, takes over for Chris Robinson, who stepped down in August after being promoted to assistant principal at Mount Hebron.
Robinson guided the Vikings to five state championships and a 107-8-1 record in his six seasons.
"I'm very excited," said Kuhl-McClelland, a Dulaney High and Towson University graduate. "It should be a lot of fun. Of course, there is going to be some pressure involved, but I think I thrive on that."
During the past 14 years, Mount Hebron has become one of the country's elite girls high school programs, going 221-20-1.
In 1999 and 2000, the Vikings finished No. 1 in Lacrosse Magazine's girls high school rankings.
Mount Hebron has won nine Maryland state championships in the past 10 years and is the only lacrosse team - boys or girls - to have reached the Final Four in each of the state lacrosse tournament's 12 years..