Coach Recklau was hired as the head Women's Volleyball coach in 2012 after serving as the assistant coach in the 2011 season.
She graduated from Cabrini College with a Bachelor's degree in Biology/Pre-Med and a minor in history in 2011. Apart from coaching, she currently works as an analytical chemist at Pharmanet in Princeton, NJ.
Coach Recklau played volleyball, basketball, and ran track at Council Rock High School South. She went on to play volleyball for four years at Cabrini College. At Cabrini she was named 2007 PAC Rookie of the Year and awarded CSAC Player of the Year in 2009 and 2010. She was a four-time All-Academic Team Selection, a three-time CSAC First Team Selection and one-time CSAC Second Team Selection. In 2009 she was named to ESPN The Magazine/Co-SIDA District II Third team. She became the first player at Cabrini to record their 1000th kill and was nationally ranked in hitting percentage (3rd) and blocks per game (50th) in 2009. Her most proud moment is leading the team to the school’s first and second trip to NCAA's in 2009 and 2010.
Coach Recklau is excited to transition from the assistant to head volleyball coach this year. She is looking forward to improving upon last year’s season and establishing Bucks County Community College as a competitive volleyball program. Her main goals for the team are that they enjoy learning and developing upon their volleyball skills. She hopes that the girls improve with every practice and game and the team develops into a collaborative unit and family.
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