Following her second season as Rider head coach, Jaclyn Timko-Gabelt will step down as the program's leader. Timko-Gabelt will be making a family move out of state.
Timko-Gabelt was hired late in the 2016 offseason and given less than a month to prepare for her first season as head coach. During the 2016 season, the Broncs gathered an 8-42 conference record, including a 5-15 mark in conference play.
In 2017, Timko-Gabelt's squad was 6-44 with just one conference win, a record of 1-19 in MAAC play. The Broncs ended what would ultimately be their coach's final season with nineteen straight losses. For her two-year tenure, Timko-Gabelt's overall record was just 14-86.
Prior to being named Rider head coach, Timko-Gabelt had served as an assistant coach at Robert Morris, as well as a single season as head coach at New Jersey City University.
Timko-Gabelt actively holds the Robert Morris playing records for career batting average and runs scored, while her career hit and home run totals rank second all-time in the program's laurels.