Women's Volleyball Coach
Raunecker enters her 19th season as head women's volleyball coach after serving as assistant coach in the team's inaugural season. She owns a career record of 339-182 over her 18 seasons.
In '98, Raunecker led the team to the most wins in school history (26) and its first NCAA Tournament appearance. The previous season, she was named the NESCAC Coach of the Year after leading the Panthers to their first NESCAC title.
Raunecker again earned NESCAC Coach of the Year honors in '11, after leading the team to its third league crown and second NCAA Tournament appearance. In '12. the Panthers picked up a pair of NCAA Tournament wins, advancing to the regional finals. A year ago, the team took home its fourth NESCAC title, advancing to the NCAA's.
Raunecker graduated from Middlebury College in 1992 with a degree in environmental biology. While at Middlebury, she played on the women's varsity basketball team, serving as the team's captain her senior year. During her final season, Raunecker led the team to the ECAC Championship and was named the tournament's Most Valuable Player. She also holds Middlebury College records for best free throw percentage in a season and in a career.