Women's Lacrosse

    Hilary Bowen
    Hilary  Bowen

    Asst. Coach / Offensive Coordinator


    Trojans Face SDSU with MPSF Tournament Berth on the Line

    The USC women's lacrosse team plays its regular-season finale on the road against the Aztecs, this Saturday (April 27)


    USC Lacrosse Set for Final Regular-Season Home Game

    The Women of Troy host Fresno State on Saturday afternoon at McAlister Field


    Women of Troy Host Golden Bears on Friday Afternoon

    The USC women's lacrosse team looks to stay in the hunt for an MPSF tournament berth as Cal comes to visit


    USC Heads to Oregon for Historic Pac-12 Network Game

    The Women of Troy look to snap a three-game skid as they prepare to face the defending MPSF champions


    Trojans Resume MPSF Schedule as Hosts to Pioneers

    The USC women's lacrosse team looks to snap a two-game skid when Denver visits on Easter Sunday

    Hilary Bowen is in her second season (2014) as USC's offensive coordinator and assistant coach. She was previously an assistant at Mount St. Mary's (Maryland) in 2011 where she helped The Mount advance to the Northeast Conference Tournament championship game.

    A prolific attacker, Bowen was a four-year letterwinner at Northwestern (2006-09) where she helped the Wildcats to NCAA titles in each of her four seasons on campus. During her time as a player, NU lost just three games to produce an 85-3 overall record. Bowen was chosen for IWLCA All-America honors in each of her final three seasons and was named MVP of the 2007 and 2008 NCAA Tournaments and a member of the 2009 NCAA All-Tournament team.

    Bowen ended her career in third place on Northwestern's all-time lists for points (299) and goals (219), and was fifth in assists (80). She also set the Wildcats' single-season record for goals with 81 in 2008. She received American Lacrosse Conference all-league first-team honors in both 2007 and 2008. Bowen was a teammate of USC head coach Lindsey Munday's in 2006 before Munday became a Northwestern assistant coach over the next four seasons.

    For her work in the classroom, Bowen was named the CoSIDA Women's At-Large Academic All-American of the Year in 2009, and was a first-team Academic All-American in 2008 and 2009. She was also a three-time Big Ten Conference All-Academic selection in her final three seasons. Bowen received Dean's List distinction at Northwestern every quarter and graduated from NU in 2009 with a bachelor's degree in human development and psychological services.

    Bowen currently resides in Redondo Beach, Calif.