|Title:||Head Field Hockey Coach|
Anne Parmenter begins her 11th season as the
head field hockey coach at Trinity College, after guiding the
Bantams to a 9-7 record. She is 82-72 in ten seasons at
Trinity and 180-164-4 in 24 years of coaching field hockey at
Connecticut College and with the Bantams. Parmenter ranks
13th in NCAA Division III in games coached and 20th in wins among
Prior to her arrival at Trinity, Parmenter was the head field hockey coach at Connecticut College for 14 seasons, compiling six ECAC Division III New England Championship appearances. She was also the head women’s lacrosse coach at Conn. College from 1991-2001 with a career record of 107-47, nine ECAC Division III New England Championship appearances, ECAC titles in 1994 and 2000, and an NCAA Division III Championship Tournament appearance in 1996. In addition, Parmenter was assistant athletic director at Conn. College. Parmenter has also been an assistant field hockey, lacrosse, and squash coach at Amherst College and an assistant field hockey coach at the University of Massachusetts and Holy Cross.
A native of England, Parmenter graduated from Chelsea College in 1981 with a degree in education. She earned her master’s degree from Massachusetts in 1987. Parmenter also serves as an assistant women’s lacrosse coach and physical education instructor at Trinity. She took a year off from assisting the Bantam lacrosse team in 2006 to fulfill a lifelong dream of climbing Mount Everest.