Coach Klohr is a native of Mifflinburg, PA. As a high school athlete, she played four years of varsity field hockey, and was selected for the 1st team All-Region. Klohr also played field hockey at Messiah College where she competed in the D3 National qualifiers, quarterfinals and finals. During that time she was named to the NCAA All-Tournament team in 2005 and was recognized as 3rd in the nation in defensive saves for the NCAA at the D-3 level. Coach Klohr earned a BS in Biology from Messiah College and a Masters in Education from the University of Pittsburgh, and currently teaches science at the middle school level at Covenant Day. Coach Klohr has more than ten years of coaching experience at both the college and high school levels in field hockey, lacrosse, soccer and basketball. She was an assistant field hockey coach at Robert Morris University (D1) in PA, and the head field hockey coach at Houghton College (D3) in NY. She also served as the head women's lacrosse coach at Houghton, where she pioneered the program. In 2015, Coach Klohr started the field hockey program at Covenant Day, which has grown to include a middle school team as well.
Jake Doster - Assistant Coach
Coach Doster is a native of Charlotte, NC. He grew up as an all-around athlete, and chose to focus on playing basketball during his high school career at South Mecklenburg High School. Doster earned his bachelor's degree in education at University of North Carolina - Wilmington and has a K-12 certification for Health and Physical Education. He also attended Gardner-Webb University where he obtained a Master of Arts in Executive Leadership Studies (K-12). Coach Doster coached basketball at Friend School in Wilmington and Mint Hill Middle before joining the field hockey coaching staff at Covenant Day in 2017.
All athletes must have a current physical (within the last year), NCISAA participation form, parent permission form, signed concussion statement, and the $25 athletic participation fee submitted prior to the first day of tryouts/practice. All paperwork must be uploaded to the Magnus system online.