Lebel was hired as UMF's head women's lacrosse coach in the summer of 2016.
Lebel takes over the helm of women’s lacrosse after spending the last two seasons as UMF’s assistant women’s lacrosse and soccer coach. During her time on the sidelines, the Beavers qualified for the North Atlantic Conference playoffs in each season and produced a total of five All-Conference selections, three from the lacrosse team and two from the soccer team.
The UMF alum was a two-sport athlete on the lacrosse and soccer fields. On the lacrosse team, the Lewiston, Maine native played in 26 games over two seasons, notching two goals and one assist. As a senior, she was named team captain and received the UMF Beaver Pride Award in May 2014.
Lebel played four seasons as a soccer goalkeeper for the Beavers. She saw action in 56 games over her four years and named team captain as a senior. Lebel finished her career ranked fifth among UMF career leaders in saves (209) and saves per game (3.73). Her 20 career wins are tied for second-most on UMF’s all-time list.
Lebel had the distinct honor of playing in the 2013 New England Women's Intercollegiate Soccer Association (NEWISA) Senior Bowl.
As a camp assistant, Lebel has worked soccer camps at UMF, Bowdoin, and Colby. She also holds a USSF "E" License.
Lebel graduated from UMaine-Farmington in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and minored in coaching.
Lebel currently lives in Farmington with her chocolate lab Hazel.