Kaitlyn Perrelle

Assisstant Coach

2nd Season

Alma Mater:
Princeton '10

Kaitlyn Perrelle

Perrelle returns to Lafayette for her second season as an assistant coach under Alison Fisher.

Prior to her time on College Hill, Perrelle served as the head coach of Five Rivers Lacrosse, in Chester, Vt. in the spring of 2011 and as the varsity field hockey head coach at Walter Panas High School in Shrub Oak, N.Y., in the fall of 2010. The LaGrangeville, N.Y. native graduated from Princeton University in 2010, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy.

With the Tigers, Perrelle played both lacrosse as a goalie and field hockey as an All-Ivy League honoree on defense. In lacrosse, Perrelle appeared in 46 games during her career including 29 starts in net. She was a key member of four Ivy League titles on the hockey field and part of the 2009 team that reached the Final Four. Perrelle was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year as well as earning All-Ivy second-team honors in 2006, honorable mention All-Ivy in 2008 and first-team All-Ivy in 2009.

In addition to her accolades at Princeton, Perrelle was a member of multiple USA Field Hockey teams from 2002-2009. She has coached at Princeton lacrosse Elite, Tiger, Cub and Twilight Camps since 2007 and worked at the Princeton Field Hockey Camp in 2010 and 2011.

Perrelle is also an assistant field hockey coach at Lafayette.

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