It's not D3, but bear with me - there's a reason I am posting this.
There is a strange and awful train wreck playing out at Dartmouth, as Coach Amy Patton was forced to resign after 26 years at the helm of a very successful program. The official details haven't been revealed by either the school or Coach Patton. However, based on articles in the local paper (the Valley News), Lax Magazine's reprinting of a letter signed by current and past Dartmouth players, plus comments made by current parents and others associated with the program, it sounds like....
A 2nd year player who was not getting playing time complained to the Administration that she was being "bullied" by the coach and other players. In particular, she did not like the way her teammates spoke to her when she did not know the plays at practice. There have been allegations she bad mouthed the coaches and captains in social settings, which led to more distancing of the player from her teammates, which the aggrieved young lady characterized as further bullying.
A witch hunt ensued, and a highly respected coach (one of four coaches selected to coach in the new women's professional league) was forced to resign, with the modern equivalent of a scarlet letter painted on her resume, thanks to a kid who didn't like her coaching style.
How does this pertain to D3 WLAX? Well I can think of a girl on my daughter's team who could fit this same pattern, and I bet that at least half of the D3 programs have at least one athlete who isn't getting playing time and feels she has a grievance against her coach. We may be reaching a point where, in addition to coaching, mentoring AC's, fighting with Admissions, balancing a budget, and caring for the mental, physical and emotional health of their players, a coach who wants to keep coaching must know add "snowflake-coddling" to her job description.
(PS: If you have not yet seen the IWLX - new professional league - you owe it to yourself to watch the upcoming tournament on ESPN3 on July 30 and 31st. The players are "the best of the best", and they have made some exciting rules changes, like a shot clock that WORKS. While USLacrosse dillies and dallies, the IWLX have made a few single tweaks which make the game so much more interesting to watch.)