Coker University

Coker College Athletics
300 E. College Ave. Hartsville, SC 29550
Division 2 South Carolina Southeast
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Chelsea Kent

Chelsea Kent rejoins the Coker athletics staff as the head women's lacrosse coach in July of 2018. Kent returns to Coker after beginning her coaching career with the Cobras in 2013 and being promoted to head coach in July of 2014.

In 2016, Kent led the women's lacrosse program to an 8-7 record. Kent coached six All-SAC selections and one Astroturf SAC Offensive Player of the Week. During the 2015 season, Kent led the Cobras to nine wins and a trip to the South Atlantic Conference Championship semifinals in just their second season as a program. In all, she had five players earn All-SAC honors and three AstroTurf SAC Player of the Week recipients. As an assistant coach for the Coker women’s lacrosse program in 2014, Kent helped lead the Cobras to a record of 3-10. In their inaugural season in the South Atlantic Conference, four Cobras earned All-SAC honors.

Prior to her time at Coker she served as the head coach at Orangewood Christian School in Orlando and was the director of the Hericanes Lacrosse Club.

A highly talented high school and college player, Kent played Division I lacrosse at St. Francis University (Pa.) from 2008-2010. During her time at St. Francis she set several records. She is No. 6 all-time in total points in a season (52), No. 8 all-time in assists in a season (17), No. 7 all-time in goals in a season (39), No. 8 all-time in career points (96), No. 7 all-time in career assists (30) and No. 9 all-time in career goals (66). She was named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week in 2009.

Kent graduated from Coker with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication in 2015. A native of Winter Springs, Fla., Kent played high school lacrosse for Steve Efland at Winter Springs High School.

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