Sarah Raymond

Sarah Raymond

Sarah Raymond joins Michelyne Pinard's women's soccer coaching staff with 13 years of head coach experience. She most recently spent five years in charge of women's soccer at Clarkson University.

During Raymond's tenure at Clarkson, the Golden Knights went 33-43-7, with winning seasons coming in 2011 and 2015, with the former being the first winning season for Clarkson since 1992. Clarkson set a record for fewest goals per game in 2011 and then set a new standard the following season. Raymond earned Liberty League Coach of the Year honors in her first season at the helm of the Knights.

Prior to Clarkson, Raymond was the head coach at Skidmore College from 2003-2010. She compiled a record of 89-42-20 in eight seasons. the most successful seasons for the program since 1994. Raymond guided the Thoroughbreds to seven consecutive Liberty League Championships and two NCAA appearances.

Raymond also coached at Division I Long Island University-Brooklyn as an assistant for two seasons prior to her time at Skidmore.

Raymond played international soccer for Australia for 10 years and served as captain in 1996. She represented Australia at the FIFA Women's World Cup in 1995 and 1999. She also played for the World All-Star team in 24 matches against the US in a professional indoor tour in 1999 and 2000.

Raymond has an NSCAA Advanced National Coaching Diploma.