|Year:||4th year at Centre|
Jenelle Anthony has been the head coach of Centre College field hockey since the 2011 season. Anthony's previous position was the Graduate Assistant Field Hockey Coach at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY. In addition, she coached for the Revolution Field Hockey Club in New York/Connecticut, the Beyond Sticks Camp Programs in Virginia/Washington D.C. Area, and has also been a volunteer coach at high schools in her home state of Pennsylvania. Anthony completed her Masters of Science Degree in Sports Business Management in May 2011.
"Going into my fourth season, we are an incredibly young team comprised of one senior, 4 juniors, 13 sophomores and 7 freshmen. We will have our work cut out for us as well because of the foundation we created for ourselves during the 2013 season. Our motto for the season is "together we are" and each week we add a new word to the end of that depending on what our focus is for the upcoming opponent. " says Head Coach Jenelle Anthony.
Coaching accolades include:
2013 NCAA DIII Sweet Sixteen Finalists
2013 SAA Regular Season Champions
2013 NFHCA Great Lakes Region Coach of the Year
2013 SAA Coach of the Year
2013 NFHCA First Team All American Selection
17 SAA/SCAC All Conference Selections
10 NFHCA Great Lakes Region Player Selections
6 NFHCA/Frontrush DIII Senior All-Star Game Selections
23 Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Division III National Academic Selections
3 Gladiator by SGI/NFHCA Division III National Academic Squad Awards
1 NFHCA Scholars of Disctinction
Anthony received her Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design and Advertising from Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Pa. where she was a 4-year Varsity Letter Winner, Team Captain, First and Second Team All-Landmark Conference Selection and Longstreth/NFHCA All-South Atlantic Region All American Selection. Anthony was coached at Susquehanna by Amy Cohen (playing career: Lafayette '02; Coached at University of Delaware, and currently coaches NCAA DII 2011 & 2012 National Champions, Westchester University).
Before college, Anthony was a player for the East Coast Field Hockey Club team based out of Hershey/Harrisburg, Pa. coached under Bill Gaudette and many other international players including former Head Coach of Argentina Women's National Team and Two Time Olympic Gold Medalists, Rudolfo (Rudy) Mendoza. During her time with the club, she participated in the National Field Hockey Festivals in both California and Florida. Other tournaments include the National Indoor Tournament, University of Richmond Tournament, Towson Tournament, Delaware State Games, etc. Anthony was also a member of the 2004 Keystone State Games Lehigh Valley Team that took the Silver Medal under Emmaus High School Head Coach Sue Butz-Staven. Anthony attended and played at Stroudsburg High School in Stroudsburg, Pa.