Haydon Judge joined the Shorewomen Lacrosse coaching staff in the winter of 2013 after playing three years of women's lacrosse at the University of Florida.
Judge was a part of the number-one ranked recruiting class and was an Inside Lacrosse top 25 incoming player before arriving at Florida for the team's inaugural season. The Gators went on to gain a number-one national ranking in just their second season of varsity play. As a starting defender all three years, Judge helpd the Gator defense to number-one national rankings in goals against, caused turnovers, and ground balls during sophomore and junior seasons. During that time, Judge helped lead the team to two consecutive American Lacrosse Conference (ALC) Tournament appearances and in-season championships. Judge started for the Gators in the 2012 NCAA Division I National Semifinals and was named a 2011 All-ALC second-team selection and an SEC and ALC Academic Honor Roll student.
A Chestertown native, Judge starred interscholastically at St. Mary's High School. She was named the 2009 St. Mary’s Athlete of the Year and served as the team's captain. An Under Armour All-American, she was also named a Sports Illustrated "Takkle" Top 100 Lacrosse Player and earned first-team All-Metro honors from both the Washington Post and Baltimore Sun. She was named to the 2009 All-Tewaaraton Team, the 2009 All-Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland (IAAM) "A" Conference Team, and the 2009 All-Anne Arundel County first team. She was also a standout field hockey player in high school and played for Chesapeake Club Lacrosse for seven years.