CCSU named former Rutgers assistant coach Kelly Nangle as its new women's lacrosse coach today, replacing Rachel Tringali.

Nangle was with the Scarlet Knights for the last three seasons, during which Rutgers went 27-21. Nangle was in charge of the defense and played a big part in recruiting.

"I can't wait to get started," Nangle said in a statement. "This program has the potential to be one of the best in the NEC and in the region, and I look forward to getting to work. CCSU has a history of successful programs winning NEC titles, it's time to add women's lacrosse to that list."

Women's lacrosse is one of the few programs at Central that hasn't gotten over the NEC title hump, and Nangle will become the fourth coach to try and change that.

Tringali had success gathering some quality individual players at CCSU, but the Blue Devils are hoping the change helps get the program a championship banner.

Here's the full release from the school.

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