Field Hockey

    Kate Lipton  
    Kate Lipton

    Assistant Coach


    Field Hockey Adds Kate Lipton To Coaching Staff

    Lipton joins the Hoosiers after spending three seasons at Saint Louis

    Indiana assistant coach Kate Lipton enters her second season with the Hoosiers.

    Lipton works primarily with player development, on-campus recruiting and off-campus recruiting coordination, as well as assists with field skill and tactical development, compliance, travel, academics and equipment.

    In 2013 the Hoosiers won six of their first eight games, including three straight shutouts. Junior Audra Heilman set a program record for points in a game with nine. Heilman earned First Team All-Big Ten honrs, All-Regioin honors and All-America honors for the season. Senior Hannah Boyer earned the Spirit of Indiana Director's Award, given by Vice President and Director of Athletics Fred Glass to two students that best represent the Spirit of Indiana.

    Lipton joins the IU staff after serving as an assistant coach at Saint Louis for the past three seasons. There, she was responsible for a variety of duties including practice plans, skill instruction, tactical development, recruiting, camp curriculum and fundraising. Prior to her time at Saint Louis, she was an assistant field hockey and lacrosse coach at Saint Michael's College from 2008-2010. Lipton has also served as an assistant coach for the USA Field Hockey Futures Program and was a head coach of Aim Club Field Hockey, Virginia Commonwealth University Hockey Camps as well as the University of Vermont Field Hockey Camps.

    Lipton is also a member of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association, the USA Field Hockey Association and also owns USHFA Level II Coaching Accreditation.

    The Newton, Mass. native earned her Bachelors of Education in Elementary Education with a concentration in Sociology and Art from the University of Vermont before completing her Master's of Higher Education at Saint Louis.


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