Roberts led the Colonels' women's lacrosse program for her 18th season in 2018.
Her 2018 squad finished the season with a 4-11 overall record. She had three student-athletes recieve all-conference accolades at the end of the season.
In 2017, Curry posted an overall record of 7-10. The season-opening 15-9 victory over Salem State marked Roberts' 200th career head coaching win. She also had three student-athletes named to All-Conference teams.
In 2016, the program enjoyed its 12th winning season with an overall record of 10-8. The Colonels also advanced to the conference (CCC) tournament for the 13th time in 16 years.
In 2014, the Colonels won the ECAC Division III New England Championship. This was the first title in program history and the first for a Curry women's team since 1998.
Her coaching record at Curry in 16 seasons is 180-130, and her record at New England College over three years was 30-18. In 19 years overall, Roberts has a record of 210-148 with a .587 winning percentage.
Roberts is currently ranked 12th among active NCAA Division III head coaches in total wins and 23rd in win percentage among Winningest Coaches All-Time.
The Colonels ended the 2013 campaign with an overall record of 14-6. Curry finished with a 5-3 record in the Commonwealth Coast Conference. The team went to the tournaments semi-final game and also earned a bid to the ECAC tournament.
In 2011, the Colonels finished with a 16-5 overall record, a winning percentage of .721. The 16 wins was the most in the history of the program. Curry also completed the season with a 9-2 TCCC record. Curry finished third in the conference. They hosted a home quarterfinal game and advanced to the semi-final game. For the third time in the 11 years Curry advanced to the ECAC Championship game.
In 2010, Curry finished with an overall record of 12-6. The Colonels also finished with an 8-3 mark in The Commonwealth Coast Conference (TCCC).
In 2009, Curry posted an 11-9 overall mark and was 4-5 in the TCCC. Roberts led the Colonels to both the conference tournament semi-finals and the ECAC Division III New England quarterfinals.
Her squad finished the 2008 season with an overall record of 11-6 (6-4 in the TCCC). The Colonels qualified for the conference tournament as the #5 seed, losing to the #4 seed Gordon College in the quarterfinal round.
In 2007, Curry ended its season with a 15-6 overall record and a 7-2 mark in the TCCC. The Colonels established a school record for wins in a season. They also achieved their highest-ever finish in the conference (2nd).
In 2006, Robert's team played in two championship games. They lost to Endicott College in the CCC finals and fell to conference rival Roger Williams in the ECAC Division III New England Championship.
The Colonels won 14 games during the 2004 campaign, and captured the programs first-ever win in both the CCC Tournament and the ECAC Division III New England Tournament.
A native of Cape Cod, Roberts graduated from Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School in 1992, then spent the next eight years in Henniker, New Hampshire. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education from New England College in 1997, and was a standout four-year, two-sport athlete for the Pilgrims.
In 1994 and 1995, she was a soccer team co-captain and CCC all-star. In 1996 and 1997, she was a lacrosse team co-captain and a member of the 1997 New England National Team.
Roberts spent four seasons (1996-99) as the assistant women's soccer coach at NEC, then upon graduation, took over the school's women's lacrosse team. In her rookie season, she led the Pilgrims to the New England Women's Lacrosse Alliance (NEWLA) championship and was subsequently named 1998 NEWLA "Coach of the Year." Her 1999 and 2000 squads also participated in the NEWLA playoffs.
In 2008, Roberts was named to the New England College Hall of Fame as a player and coach.
In addition to her head coaching duties, Roberts also works in the Curry Athletic Department as Assistant Sports Information Director and Senior Woman Administrator.