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Werner named assistant coach at Harvard

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Recent Merrimack graduate Lindsay Werner was tabbed as the new assistant women’s basketball coach at Harvard on Tuesday, where she’ll coach alongside head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith.

“We are thrilled to have Lindsay join our staff,” said Delaney-Smith. “She comes to Harvard with a strong playing background and has a great passion for the game that is contagious. We are very excited for Lindsay to work with and share her enthusiasm with our players.”

A standout guard during her time at Merrimack, Werner finished her career with 1,120 points, ranking 16th all-time in program history. A two-time NE10 All-Conference selection her junior and senior seasons, Werner set the Merrimack career record for three-pointers made with 190. She averaged 1.86 three-pointers per game over her career and shot 33.9 percent from the three-point range. Starting in 29 games as a senior, Werner set the single-season record for three-pointers made with 70.

A native of Groton, Mass., Werner graduated from Merrimack with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2019. While with the Warriors, she served on the Merrimack Student Athlete Advisory Committee and as the NE10 Player Representative.

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