Livesay joined the Panther staff in the summer of 2014. She came to Middlebury from NESCAC foe Trinity, where she served as the head coach for eight seasons, amassing a stunning career record of 127-26 (.830). Following the retirement of legendary coach Missy Foote in the summer of 2015, Livesay took over the reigns of the program.
In her first season as the Panther head coach, Livesay produced a memorable one for her alma mater. She guided her team to a program-record 22 wins (22-1) en route to winning Middlebury's sixth women's lacrosse NCAA Championship. Livesay guided the Panthers to a 16-5 record in 2017 against one of the nation's toughest schedules, advancing to the NCAA Quarterfinals. Last spring, Livesay and the Panthers won the program's ninth NESCAC Championship, advancing to the NCAA Championship game with a final record of 20-3. During her three years at Middlebury, she has a record of 58-9 for an .866 winning percentage.
From 2010 to 2014, Trinity compiled an astounding 94-10 record, including back-to-back 21-1 marks in 2012 and 2013. The 2012 squad captured the school’s first women's NCAA Championship, while the 2013 team advanced to the NCAA title game. The Bantams won NESCAC crowns from 2011-2014, advancing to the NCAA Quarterfinals twice with three trips to the title game.
Livesay was named NESCAC Coach of the Year four times, the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Regional Coach of the Year five times, while earning IWLCA National Coach of the Year honors in 2012.
Livesay earned a bachelor’s degree in American civilization at Middlebury, where she was a four-year starter in field hockey and lacrosse (All-American). She served as captain of both of those squads during her senior year, while being a member of the basketball team during her first two seasons. She earned her master’s degree in history from Trinity in 2007.
As a defender for the Middlebury lacrosse team, Livesay saw her team go 64-3 over her four seasons, winning NCAA Championships with perfect seasons in 2001 and 2002. The team won all three NESCAC Championships contested in her time, advancing to the final four in 2000 and the NCAA title game in 2003.