Karen Klassner - Head Coach
Since 1972, Karen Klassner has been synonymous with field hockey at Wyoming Seminary. Her teams have won five state championships, six district championships, ten league championships, made twenty-six district playoff appearances (Seminary was not a member of the PIAA until 1985), twelve state tourney appearances (seven state finals, eight semifinals, and four quarterfinal appearances). Sem has won the Moravian Tournament eight times. In 1987, 2001, 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2010 under Karen Klassner's leadership, the Wyoming Seminary "Blue Knights" made it to the state championship game. Karen's overall field hockey coaching record is an enviable 581-144-44. During Karen's career her peers have voted her "Coach of the Year" seven times. In addition to her many accomplishments on the field, Karen served as the National Chair for the NFHCA high school All-American selection committee from 1998-2002, president of the PA field hockey state coaches association from 1998-2009, chaired the PA all-state selection committee from 1995-2009, is on the coaches advisory council for the PIAA, and was state director for field hockey in the Keystone State Games from 1987-1998. In 2006, Karen was named the Developmental Coach of the Year by the USFHA. In January, 2009 Karen was inducted into the NFHCA Hall of Fame. In May 2009, Karen was named national coach of the year in field hockey by the NHSCA. Karen is currently serving as a consultant for the Keystone State Games. In addition to coaching field hockey at Wyoming Seminary, Karen has also coached swimming, basketball, and softball.
For more information about the field hockey program at Wyoming Seminary, contact Coach Klassner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kim Barbacci - Assistant Coach
On the school and collegiate level, Kim has been an outstanding coach of field hockey, basketball, and softball. For ten years, Kim coached field hockey at Misericordia where her teams won over 100 games and her peers voted her "Coach of the Year" five times. In 1998, Kim joined the coaching staff at Wyoming Seminary where she assists Karen Klassner in field hockey. Kim is well known for her guidance of the Seminary teams and her local summer camps in field hockey.