Hendrix Women's Lacrosse Camps
Former Hendrix standout Jennifer Koller joined the Warrior field hockey and women's lacrosse staff for the 2014-15 school year.
Koller coached a First Team All-Southern Athletic Association selection, two on the Second Team and two Honorable Mentions in lacrosse in 2017.
During the 2016 field hockey season, she coached three All-Southern Athletic Association First Team picks, all of whom were named to the Longstreth/NFHCA All-Gret Lakes Region Teams. Hendrix ranked third in the nation in saves per game and 18th in defensive saves.
In 2015, Koller coached three All-Southern Athletic Association First Team picks and a Second Team selection, as well as three NFHCA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team honorees. The Warriors led the nation in saves per game and 39th in save percentage.
During the 2016 lacrosse season, Koller helped the Warriors to school record eight wins and she coached two All-SAA Second Team selections and three Honorable Mentions.
In 2014, Koller helped coach two All-Southern Athletic Association First Team selections and one second team pick in field hockey. She also had two NFHCA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team honorees. The Warriors ranked 11th in the nation in saves per game, 12th in the defensive saves and 22nd in save percentage.
During the 2015 lacrosse season, the Warriors broke every program record and improved from their inaugural season. Koller helped coach one All-SAA Second Team selection and two honorable mentions.
Koller, from Woodbury, Conn., was a four-year letterwinner as a defender in field hockey. As a senior, she was named to the All-Southern Athletic Association First Team, Longstreth/NFHCA All-Great Lakes Region Second Team, SAA All-Tournament Team, SAA All-Sportsmanship Team and NFHCA DIII National Academic Squad. Koller was also a All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Honorable Mention as a sophomore and was a SCAC Defensive Player of the Week in 2011.
Koller, who served as team captain, capped her career by earning the Hendrix Bob Courtway Leadership Award. She finished her tenure as the school record with 27 career defensive saves to go with five goals, three assists and three game-winning goals.
In 2013, Koller set the school record, led the SAA and ranked fourth in the NCAA with 18 defensive saves.
She also competed in the hammer throw, javelin and shot put for the Warrior track & field team. Koller also worked three years in the Hendrix Sports Information office.
Koller graduated from Nonnewaug High School in Connecticut where she was a three-time All-Berkshire League selection and All-State as a senior. She also was a part of the United State Olympic Luge Development & Candidate Select Team for six years and trained in the sport of luge for 10 years in Lake Placid, N.Y.
Koller is a certified functional strength coach by completing the three-day Functional Training Summit in Providence, R.I.
Koller graduated from Hendrix in 2014 with a degree in Psychology.