Eric Sieger, 12th season
Eric Sieger moves into his 12th season, having led the Knights to their best season in program history a year ago. The Knights, with four first-year players in the starting five, set a new school stroke average record and have now posted the five lowest season averages over last seven years.
Under Sieger’s tutelage, the Knights have been nationally ranked each of the last six seasons and posted a program-best third-place finish at the 2008 conference tournament. An active member of the NGCA, Sieger is the chairperson of the Division III awards committee and serves as a voter in the NGCA Division III top 25. He's coached two players to the NCAA Championships as individuals. Sieger and his wife, Amanda, reside in Dundas with their son, Evan, and daughter, Marea.
Assistant Coach Kassie Martin-Wells '07
Kassie Martin-Wells joins the Knights' coaching staff for the 2012-13 season. A former two-time NGCA all-region pick and All-MIAC performer for the Knights, she graduated with every single season and career scoring records. She earned a prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and recently completed her doctorate work at Cornell University (N.Y.) in astrophysics and planetary science. She is a visiting professor in Carleton's physics department for 2012-13. She is married to Ross Martin-Wells, a former standout for the Knights' men's soccer squad.