Charlotte "Lottie" Meadows was named assistant coach for the Battling Bishop women's lacrosse program in the spring of 2017. Meadows joins second-year head coach Bridget Walker in her efforts to build the reinstated program, which began competition in the spring of 2018.
Meadows joined N.C. Wesleyan after a successful collegiate career at USA South foe Meredith College, where she was a member of the Avenging Angels' inaugural 2013 team. The talented midfielder was an integral part of Meredith's rise to the top of the USA South, serving as team captain for three seasons and leading the Angels to back-to-back USA South Tournament Championships and NCAA berths in 2014 and 2015.
A three-year starter, Meadows tallied 105 goals and 34 assists over the course of her collegiate career. For her efforts, she was a 2013 USA South All-Conference performer and MC's 2015 recipient of the Dean Burris Coach's Award. She is a 2015 Meredith graduate with a B.S. degree in Exercise and Sports Science.
Meadows brings a variety of coaching experience to the Bishop staff, which includes two summers as an instructor at Meredith's summer lacrosse camps. She served in a similar post at Athens Drive High School, while also serving as a middle school coach and varsity travel coach at the North Carolina Lacrosse Academy in Raleigh. Most recently, Meadows assisted the Apex Women's Lacrosse Team in the spring of 2016 before accepting a permanent management position at Holly Springs Chiropractic.
A native of Roanoke, Va., Meadows is proud to join Wesleyan in its quest to establish Bishop lacrosse as a league contender, stating, "I am delighted to become part of the Battling Bishop family. I am thankful for this opportunity to be on staff at North Carolina Wesleyan, and I look forward to working alongside Coach Walker in building a sucessful program."