HARTSVILLE, S.C. - Sarah Hulett has been hired as the new assistant women's soccer coach at Coker University, announced today (Tuesday, Aug. 13) by head coach Garrett Linquist.
Hulett comes to Hartsville from Starkville, Miss. where she was a member of the Mississippi State University women's soccer team. Prior to Coker, she was a sport and strength intern at DI Jackson in Madison, Miss. She also previously worked as a strength and conditioning intern at both Mississippi State and Mercer University. She also worked as a coach at Mississippi State women's soccer camps. During her time as a Bulldog, she was a member of the M-Club which focuses on community service and volunteer work. In the classroom, she was a Dean's Scholar for three semesters as well as a three-time member of the Bulldog Honor Roll.
"I am extremely excited about the addition of Sarah to our program," said Linquist. "Her work ethic, desire to be successful and her energy will be tremendous assets to our program. Additionally, her experience from her playing background and knowledge of sports science will be a huge addition to our program. I am thrilled to have her on board as a part of taking Coker women's soccer to new heights!"
Hulett received her Master's of Science in sports pedagogy from Mississippi State in August 2019. She is a 2017 graduate of Mississippi State with a Bachelor's of Science in kinesiology, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude.