Jayme Goldkind

Jayme Goldkind

Goldkind joined the Franklin & Marshall coaching staff prior to the start of the 2018 season. 

Before F&M, Goldkind spent two years as an assistant at her alma mater, York, where she saw the program crack the NFHCA Top-20 for the first time since 2001 last season and added an All-American to the roster. 

Goldkind got into coaching the fall of 2013 when she became an assistant coach at Stevenson University. During her time in Owings Mills, the Mustangs won 39 matches including a school-record 15 during the 2014 season. The Mustangs advanced to the program's first-ever postseason as they participated in the 2014 ECAC Mid-Atlantic tournament. The Mustangs would capture the ECAC Mid-Atlantic championship with wins over Muhlenberg, Lebanon Valley, and Arcadia.

As a player, she was a four-year member of the field hockey squad from 2009-2012. Goldkind tied the school record for goals in a game, a record that hadn’t been broke until she got there as a coach and coached two players to tie and beat it, and also served as captain her senior year. 

Goldkind is a 2013 York College graduate with a degree in psychology and finished a degree in Autism Studies from Towson University. Goldkind is a Behavior Technician at the Center for Autism and developmental disabilities. Off the field, Goldkind is the co-owner of Fierce Field Hockey, a developmental field hockey program for ages K-12, whose mission is to grow the game and teach players how to be fierce on and off the field and prepare them for college play.