Nicholle Shoger

5th season as Head Coach for the Baldwin Wallace University. Played at Temple ('11).

In her first season leading the Yellow Jackets, the team complied a 7-10 overall record, including a conference mark of 5-3. She has coached six All-Ohio Athletic Conference performers and three Academic All-OAC selections.

Before BW, Shoger served as the head coach at Wittenberg University for three seasons.

During her time at Wittenberg, Shoger led the Tigers to a combined 35-15 record, including a North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) Regular Season Championship in her first season in 2015. She followed that up with a second-place finish in the conference in 2016. Her teams earned Intercollegiate Womens Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) Academic Honor Squad honors all three years she was at the helm, posting a 3.22 cumulative GPA. Shoger also graduated the NCAC Offensive Player of the Year in 2015, the NCAC Defensive Player of the Year in 2016 and three IWLCA All-Great Lakes Region honorees.

Other duties while at Wittenberg included directing camps and clinics, organizing the teams fundraising, managing game-day for both the mens and womens soccer teams, co-facilitating and teaching a First Year Seminar, participating in the Branch Rickey Mentoring program within the NCAC and serving as a member of the Regional Advisory Committee for Division III.

Prior to her time at Wittenberg, Shoger was an assistant coach at Division II Philadelphia University for two seasons where her main focus was working with the goalies and defense. In 2013, Shogers first season, the Rams finished 14-5, which was the teams best finish at the time under Head Coach George Chris-Luca. One season later, Philadelphia was ranked in the Top 20 in Division II and received votes for the national poll with a 17-1 season that landed the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Championship. Philadelphia graduated two IWLCA Division II Third Team All-Americans, one Philadelphia Inquirer Womens Lacrosse Academic All-Area Performer of the Year and one student-athlete who was awarded the Fulbright U.S. Student award during her time as an assistant coach.

At the club level, Shoger coached two different teams from April 2011 to September 2013 -- Aftershock Lacrosse Club and Quaker City Lacrosse Club -- where she planned practices, organized tournament schedules and handled all the on- and off-the-field coaching responsibilities.

Shogers lacrosse experience is not just limited to being a coach, however, as she was a member of the Division I Temple University womens lacrosse program from August 2007 to May 2011.

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