Amherst Women's Soccer Assistant Coaches
First-year assistant coach Jacquelyn Kendall comes to Amherst after an outstanding playing career at Division I University of New Hampshire, where she graduated cum laude in 2005 with a degree in microbiology. A three-year starter for the Wildcats, Kendall played in all 81 games of her career, splitting time between the midfield and defense, and earned America East Academic Honor Roll recognition four times. She helped lead UNH to three consecutive America East Postseason Tournament semifinal appearances and a regular season America East championship in 2004. Kendall has substantial professional and club playing experience, playing for the likes of the Springfield Sirens, whom she helped lead to a W-2 League National Championship in 2000, as well as the New England Mutiny and the New Hampshire Phantoms.
A native of East Granby, CTS and a 2005 Amherst graduate, Tracy Montigny joins the Jeffs' coaching staff after a prolific playing career. Montigny was a four-year starter, amassing career totals of 21 goals and 60 points, and helping lead the team to two NESCAC Postseason Championships, three NCAA tournament berths and a NCAA National Finals appearance in 2001. The current record-holder for both total goals and total points in a NESCAC Postseason Tournament, Montigny received both all-conference and all-region plaudits in her 2004 campaign.