Caroline Kuhn Named Head Women's Lacrosse Coach
Caroline Kuhn has been named Alfred State's first head women's lacrosse coach. Her experience as a student-athlete along with her coaching experience at the club, high school and collegiate levels suit her well for being at the helm of a new program.
Kuhn competed collegiately at Johns Hopkins University as a midfielder where she made three NCAA DI appearances in four years. Kuhn's coaching experience ranges over all levels. She has served as assistant coach at both Hobart & William Smith College and St. Bonaventure University, the Head JV Coach and director of lacrosse camps at Bryn Mawr, and Head Coach at St. Timothy's High School.
Director of Athletics, Jason Doviak spoke on the new hire. "Caroline is the perfect fit to build the women's lacrosse program at Alfred State. Her passion, energy, and enthusiasm were evident throughout the search process. She has outstanding coaching experience and had a tremendous career as a Division I lacrosse student-athlete. We look forward to her developing and leading our program into the future."
Kuhn received her Bachelor's Degree in Public Health Studies from Johns Hopkins University. Caroline stated "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to build the women's lacrosse program and officially join the Alfred State family. I want to thank Jason Doviak and President Mauro for the opportunity to become the first Head Women's Lacrosse Coach at Alfred State. Alfred State is an impressive institution with even more impressive people and I can't wait to be a part of it all. I would also like to give a special thank you to my husband, Gabe Kuhn."
She will begin her duties immediately, taking the reins of a newly created Women's Lacrosse program.