KRISTEN COKER '95
The dominant player in the history of the sport at the College and one of the premier players in the history of the Northeast-10 Conference for Coach Brian Clark, KRISTEN COKER was named the Northeast-10 Conference Player-of-the-Year in each of her last two years (1993, 1994) after winning the conference first-flight singles title in each of those years.
She won the second-flight singles title and first-flight doubles title (with Marilee Boylen' 95) in 1991 and was named the conference Freshman-of-the-Year. As a sophomore, she won the second-flight singles title again and was runner-up in first flight doubles (with Libby Lodovico �93).
She finished her starry career with an incredible 53-5 singles record . . . posting individual yearly marks of 13-1, 15-1, 11-2 and 14-1. Her 43-14 mark in doubles is also a team record as is the 74.5 points she won in her career. She posted doubles records of 9-4, 14-2, 8-5, and 12-3 over the four years. She was the Most Valuable Player and captain of her team, in both her junior and senior years.
She was the winner of the Rev. Armand Desautels, A.A. Award as the premier female senior Student-Athlete. She was graduated in May, 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Psychology. She received her Masters in Physical Education from the University of South Carolina in May 2000.
She served as an assistant coach at Boston University (1996-97) and as a tennis professional at the Winchester, MA Indoor Lawn Tennis Center (1996-97).
She will be inducted into the Northeast-10 Conference Hall of Fame's inaugural class in June 2006.
She currently resides in Woodstock, ME.