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Monday, July 10, 2017

Sarah Kalka Resigns From Hartford

Hartford is in the market for a new head coach following the resignation late last month of Sarah Kalka.

Kalka resigned following three years at the program’s helm and seven years with the Hawks in various capacities. She had served as an assistant coach before being named head coach.

A member of the America East conference, the Hawks posted a 4-45 record in 2017 and failed to win any of their sixteen conference games. Earning the #6 overall seed in the conference tournament, the Hawks upset third-seeded Stony Brook in the tournament’s first game before losing two straight to end their season.

Kalka collected a record of 13-133 during her tenure at the school, winning just two conference games during that time, both of them in 2016.

A Rutgers graduate, Kalka ended her playing career as the Scarlet Knight's program record holder for career home runs, a mark that has since been upset. Her coaching resume also includes a stop at County College of Morris, an NJCAA Division 2 institution, prior to Hartford.

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