Allie Frengs Asjes

Allie Frengs Asjes had barely started her eighth season as the Rutgers-Camden head coach when the whole spring schedule was closed down by COVID-19 pandemic.

The Scarlet Raptors played only two games in their abbreviated 2020 season, going 0-2, but not before Kacie Walton set a program record for career caused turnovers (74) and Brittany Watson set the Raptors’ career mark with 301 saves.

The longest-tenured and winningest coach in Rutgers-Camden lacrosse history, Frengs Asjes enters her ninth season in 2021, owning 30 career victories and the only NJAC win in program history. Her 2020 squad also featured four players who earned New Jersey Athletic Conference Academic recognition (Walton, Claire Gailliout, Carly Gregg and Rachel Green), boosting Rutgers-Camden’s total to 25 NJAC Academic honorees during her head coaching tenure.

Frengs Asjes' record

With one of the youngest and most talented teams in Rutgers-Camden lacrosse history, Frengs Asjes led her 2019 club to a 4-11 record. She saw several program standards established, watched freshmen Gailliout and Gregg earn NJAC Rookie of the Week honors and saw Walton capture her second consecutive NJAC Honorable Mention.

Rutgers-Camden set a program record in 2019 by winning its first three games, not only establishing a standard for the Raptors’ best start ever, but also tying the all-time mark for a winning streak.

The Scarlet Raptors posted a 2-11 record during the 2018 season, which was highlighted by career records from Megan Everett for ground balls (137) and the since-eclipsed mark for caused turnovers (69. Walton tied Everett’s career mark for caused turnovers in 2019 before breaking it in 2020.

Rutgers-Camden posted a 5-11 mark during the 2017 campaign, including a history-making 15-2 victory over Rosemont College March 2 for the first season-opening win in program history. Nicole Martin become only the second player in program history to earn First Team NJAC honors, while in the classroom, a trio of Scarlet Raptors captured NJAC Academic Honorable Mention.

Frengs Asjes led Rutgers-Camden to a 7-8 mark in 2016, breaking the old program record of six wins, set in her first season as the head coach (2013). The Scarlet Raptors earned their first NJAC victory in program history with a 16-11 win over Ramapo College on April 23, and Frengs Asjes saw two of her players receive All-NJAC honors. Krystal Valianti became the first Scarlet Raptor ever to capture a berth on the NJAC First Team, while Breanna Heifet was named NJAC Honorable Mention.

A record six Scarlet Raptors went on to earn NJAC Academic Honorable Mention in 2016.