She is currently the Dean of Students at Westbury High School and the lacrosse coach at Farmingdale High School. Since Wiener-Provenz began coaching at Farmingdale (1992), they have captured the 2009, 2010 and 2013 New York State Championships, recorded 8 Long Island Championships (2001, 2002, 2004, 2006-2009, 2013), and 11 Nassau County crowns (1994, 1997, 2001-2004, 2006-2009, and 2013). Throughout her career, Coach Wiener-Provenz has coached more than 50 High School All-Americans, produced 38 current collegiate players, and 12 collegiate All-Americans.
Jaime Williams was named Head Coach of Pleasantville (NY) Girl's Lacrosse in October 2017. In his first season, Williams led the Panthers to a 15- 4 season, a League Championship, and to the Section Semi-Finals. His team was also the Champions of the 2018 Mt. Pleasant Cup. His players picked up 10 post season awards with 7 All-League and 3 All-Section players.
The 2013 Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC) Coach of the Year as Head Coach at Danbury (Conn.) High School, Williams brings more than a decade of coaching at all levels to Pace University. At Danbury High School, Williams has developed the Hatters into a perennial postseason contender, highlighted by a 15-5 record and trip to the 2013 FCIAC Semifinals, while competing in one of the most competitive girls lacrosse conferences in the country.
Prior to Danbury High School, Williams worked as an Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach at Western Connecticut State University, and served as Head Girls’ Lacrosse Coach at Brookfield (CT) High School.
During a successful 2018 season, Coach Williams won his 90th career game.