GILBERT, Ariz. — Amy Cohen has stepped down from her role as the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Division II group representative and has relinquished her position on the NFHCA Executive Board, effective immediately.
"I want to thank Amy for her years of service, her insight, her passion, and her absolute love for the game of field hockey. Amy served the Division II membership well and I know I speak on behalf of those constituents when I express my sincere appreciation," said NFHCA President, Andy Whitcomb. "I look forward to continuing to work with Amy in the future and wish her all the best."
Before becoming the Division II representative, Cohen, the head coach at West Chester University, served as a member and the chair of the Division II All-American selection committee. While Cohen is stepping down from her current post, she will continue to remain active in the NFHCA. "It has been an honor to serve on the Executive Board of the NFHCA for the last three and a half years and I look forward to future roles within the organization," said Cohen.
Kelsi Lykens, head coach at the University of New Haven, will take over immediately as the interim Division II group representative on the Executive Board.
"Kelsi Lykens did an outstanding job assuming the role of the Division II group representative at the 2019 NFHCA Annual Convention," commented Cohen. "I am confident she will continue to do an excellent job serving the Division II group as their interim representative."