Staff
Head Coach
Dawn Easley

Dawn Easley recently completed her fourth season at Campbell in the program's five year history in Buies Creek.
In 2017, Easley led the Camels to the most successful season in program history. CU recorded its highest all-time winning percentage(.556) and won 10 games for the second-straight season.
Campbell posted a program-best 6-1 record in the Big South to finish second in the league, the best finish in program history. Along the way, the Camels reeled off a program-record five-straight victories to open conference play.
After earning its first bye past the Big South Championship quarterfinals, Campbell won its first tournament semifinal contest, an 11-9 triumph over Winthrop.
Easley mentored a program-record six All-Big South selections including first team honorees Merredith Bechler, Melissa Placek and Kayla Reilly. Megan Reilly and Erin O’Hara were second team selections while Mackenzie Koeller earned an honorable mention nod.
Koeller was also named the Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the second-straight season a Camel won the award, and she became the program’s first CoSIDA Academic All-District at-large selection.
Easley led the Camels to new heights not seen in program history in 2016. After coaching CU against its first ever ranked opponent, No. 4 Duke, in its season opener, she mentored her first Division I national scoring leader in senior attacker Loren Day.
After the win, Campbell advanced to its first ever Big South Championship semifinal. Easley led the Camels to a 10-9 overall record in 2015, the first winning campaign in the program's history and the highest single-season win total.
Four Campbell players earned All-Big South honors. Day became the first Camel to win the Big South Offensive Player of the Year award and became a two-time all-conference first team selection. Erica Hitch was the program's first Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year and became a two-time second-team honoree. Placek was the first Campbell freshman to earn second team honors. O'Hara was also named to the second team and became the first Camel to earn All-Big South recognition in three-straight seasons.
Additional postseason honors for the Camels included Hitch and Placek becoming the program's first Big South all-tournament team selections. A program-record 19 players were named to the Big South Presidential Honor Roll and Hitch, O'Hara and Hannah Lamb were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll. Campbell was also named an IWLCA Academic Honor Squad for the second-straight season.
In 2015, her second season at the helm, Easley's Camels posted a 5-13 overall mark with a 2-5 Big South record. Four of Campbell's wins came at Barker-Lane Stadium and CU advanced to its second-straight Big South Championship.
Three Camels earned all-conference accolades led by Day, who was a first team selection. Hitch and O'Hara were named to the second team while O'Hara was named to the all-academic team as well. Campbell was selected as one of 85 Division I programs to be named an IWLCA Academic Honor Squad while Hitch and Lamb were named to the IWLCA Academic Honor Roll.
Campbell made the Big South Championship for the first time under Easley, falling to Longwood in the quarterfinal round.
Five Camels were given all-conference honors, including seniors Taelar Errington and Cloey Henchcliffe on the second team and classmate Brittany Kincer on the all-academic team. Freshman O'Hara was named an all-conference honorable mention.
Easley was the head coach at Pfeiffer for five seasons before arriving at CU, leading the Falcons to a 58-31 overall record, and was seven wins shy of becoming the all-time leader in coaching wins. She was named Conference Carolinas Coach of the Year in 2010 and steered the Falcons to five winning seasons and a bid to the NCAA Division II Tournament in 2013, the first NCAA bid in program history.
She finished her career at Pfeiffer fifth all-time in points (102), third in goals (78) and fourth in groundballs (149), while leading the Lady Falcons to back-to-back conference championships in '04 and '05.
In the summer of 2013, Easley competed in the FIL World Cup for the Haudenosaunee nation. She was named player of the game against Ireland with four goals and two draw controls. Easley led her team to a seventh-place finish and scored a goal in each of the team's first six contests. She finished the competition with 11 goals, two assists, five ground balls and 14 draw controls in eight games.
Easley received a BA in sports management from Pfeiffer with a minor in Business Administration in 2005. She obtained her Masters in Sports Management from the United Sports Academy in Daphne, Alabama in 2007. She spent the 2005-06 school year teaching and coaching lacrosse at Ampleforth College in York, England.
Easley and her husband Joe, also a 2005 Pfeiffer graduate and four-year member of the basketball team, are parents to two children, son Caleb (6) and daughter Korie (3).

Assistant Coach
Taelar Errington

Taelar Errington is in her second stint as an assistant coach for Campbell women's lacrosse as 2017 marked her second season on the sidelines. Head coach Dawn Easley announced her as an assistant coach in June 2016 and she serves as CU's offensive coordinator and she coordinates recruiting efforts.
Last season, Errington helped lead the Camels to the most successful season in program history. CU recorded its highest all-time winning percentage (.556) and won 10 games for the second-straight season.
Campbell posted a program-best 6-1 record in the Big South to finish second in the league, the best finish in program history. Along the way, the Camels reeled off a program-record five-straight victories to open conference play.
After earning its first bye past the Big South Championship quarterfinals, Campbell won its first tournament semifinal contest, an 11-9 triumph over Winthrop. The season ended in the program's first Big South Championship game against league champions High Point.
Errington helped mentor a program-record six All-Big South selections including first team honorees Merredith Bechler, Melissa Placek and Kayla Reilly.
Errington came back to Campbell after serving as a volunteer assistant coach at Duke for the 2016 season. She helped lead the Blue Devils to an 11-9 overall record and a second round appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
Duke exited the NCAA and ACC Championships with narrow losses to eventual national champions North Carolina. The Blue Devils were nationally ranked for the entire 2016 campaign and were 11th in the final IWLCA national rankings.
Errington began her coaching career as an assistant for the Camels in 2015 after playing in the program's first two campaigns. She was on the sidelines for Campbell's third season in which it finished with a 5-13 ledger, but set program best marks for every major stat category.
A midfielder and two-time captain during her playing career, Errington transferred from UMBC to Campbell for the Camels' inaugural season in 2013. She twice earned Big South honors after totaling 60 goals, 19 assists, 26 ground balls, 45 draw controls and 17 caused turnovers in her two seasons in Buies Creek. The Valley Lee, Maryland native concluded her final year ranked 43rd in the country with an average of 2.57 goals per contest.
Errington stands third in the Camels' all-time career records for points, goals and goals per game while sitting fourth in assists and assists per game. She was a member of the Big South all-academic team and the Big South Presidential Honor Roll. Errington graduated from Campbell in 2014 with a degree in exercise science.
She was a US Lacrosse All-American and Academic All-American at Leonardtown High School in Maryland, guiding her squad to five consecutive Southern Maryland Athletic Conference championships and two straight undefeated seasons.

Assistant Coach
Cawley Bromley

Cawley Bromley recently completed her second season as an assistant coach for Campbell under fourth-year head coach Dawn Easley.
Last season, Bromley helped lead the Camels to the most successful season in program history. CU recorded its highest all-time winning percentage (.556) and won 10 games for the second-straight season.
Campbell posted a program-best 6-1 record in the Big South to finish second in the league, the best finish in program history. Along the way, the Camels reeled off a program-record five-straight victories to open conference play.
After earning its first bye past the Big South Championship quarterfinals, Campbell won its first tournament semifinal contest, an 11-9 triumph over Winthrop. The season ended in the program's first Big South Championship game against league champions High Point.
Bromley helped mentor a program-record six All-Big South selections including first team honorees Merredith Bechler, Melissa Placek and Kayla Reilly.
Bromley was on the sidelines for the Camels' historic 2016 campaign. CU claimed its first winning season with a 10-9 overall record (.570 win percentage), which ranked fourth in the Big South Conference. The Camels finished third in the league standings (5-3) despite a fifth place billing in the preseason poll.
Bromley and Easley coached Campbell in its first ever postseason home contest against sixth-seeded Longwood in the Big South Championship quarterfinals. CU defeated LWU 14-5 behind a seven-point effort from senior Loren Day to earn its first postseason victory.
Campbell placed a school-record four players on the All-Big South teams. Day claimed the Camels' first Big South Offensive Player of the Year nod and first team honors after leading the league and ranking fourth nationally with 67 goals.
As a team, Campbell finished fifth nationally in assists and led the Big South with an average of 7.00 per game. Overall, the Camels' unselfish play led to 133 total assists on 233 goals. Campbell also ranked 10th nationally in ground balls (19.95 per game) and points (19.26 per game).
Bromley wrapped-up a four-year playing career at Virginia Tech in 2015, making 57 career appearances for the Hokies. The Cary, North Carolina native recorded 62 career points on 30 goals and 32 assists as an attacker. Bromley had a career-high 35 points on 16 goals and 19 assists as a senior.
Bromley tallied 19 career ground balls at VT while winning four draw controls and causing six turnovers. She had a career-high four assists on her senior day against No. 3 Boston College and recorded a hat trick against No. 5 Virginia.
A prep standout at Apex High School, Bromley has served as the head coach of the Carolina Fever Lacrosse Club since the summer of 2010, coaching various girls travel teams from ages 10-18. She was also head coach of the Carolina Blast club lacrosse team from 2007-11
Bromley was also the Lacrosse Program Director for the Town of Cary from 2011-14 serving as the head lacrosse coach for youth programs and working as an instructor at various camps. She was a camp counselor at the North Carolina and Duke women's lacrosse camps for the past four summers.
Bromley received her Bachelor of Science degree in human development from Virginia Tech in May, 2015, graduating Cum Laude. She was an Atlantic Coast Conference All-Academic Team selection in 2014.