Kellie Jasinski recently concluded her second season as Denison's assistant field hockey coach in 2018.
Most recently during the 2018 season, Jasinski helped the Big Red go undefeated in the conference, 14-0, for the third time in program history. She also assisted in securing their second-straight NCAC Tournament crown and trip to the NCAA Tournament, the program's first back-to-back appearance on the national level since 1999-00. They also matched a school record for most wins in a season (18) that was last accomplished in 2011. Along with head coach P.J. Soteriades, the Big Red coaching duo was also named the NFHCA's Great Lakes Region Coaching Staff of the Year.
In 2017, the Big Red went 17-4 highlighted by a 15-game winning streak that was capped off by a 2-1 victory over Wittenberg in the NCAC tournament championship game. The conference title earned Denison an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament. First-year defender Michelle Kabaira was named a DIII All-American as well as being named NCAC Defensive Player of the Year, NCAC Newcomer of the Year, and was a first-team All-NCAC selection. Charlotte Godfrey and Jen Durbin were also named to All-Great Lakes Region teams.
Jasinski is a 2017 graduate of Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia where she played field hockey for the Maroons. In her four years at Roanoke, Jasinski was a first team all-conference selection and was chosen as team captain during her junior and senior seasons. During her career, Jasinski posted 10 total goals, 30 points and a shots-on-goal percentage of .566.
A native of Poquoson, Virginia, Jasinski graduated from Roanoke with her bachelor’s degree in athletic training, where she worked the ODAC championships for men’s and women’s basketball and the NCAA championship match for men’s soccer.