Carly Riepenhoff begins her second season as an assistant coach at Lafayette.
Previously, she served as the Assistant Learning Specialist for Student-Athlete Academic Services at Kent State University. Prior to Kent State, she taught Human Anatomy and Sport Physiology to high school students at Celina High School in Celina, Ohio.
Riepenhoff is a 2010 graduate of Bowling Green State University where she majored in Exercise Science and was a four-year member of the Falcon's softball team. After graduation, Carly worked as a sports performance coach and private pitching instructor for junior high and high school athletes at F.A.S.T. in Lima, Ohio. She earned her master's of science degree in Exercise Physiology while at Kent State and completed a master's certificate program in College Teaching.
A native of Lima, Ohio she resides in Easton, Pa. with her husband, Andrew. Riepenhoff is the Coordinator of Student-Athlete Academic Support.