Fritsche joins the Mustangs men's and women's indoor and outdoor track and field program, serving as the graduate assistant. She began her duties in August 2018.
Fritsche comes to Stevenson after serving as an assistant coach at Eastern University for the past three seasons. Joining the Eagles for their inaugural season in 2015-16, Fritsche served as the program's primary jumps coach. While at Eastern, Fritsche coached 26 All-Conference jumpers, seven All-Region jumper and two USTFCCA All-Academic jumpers. She also coached two national qualifiers in the men's and women's triple jump.
Fritsche has her USTFCCCA Level 1 Coaching certification and is currently working on becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS).
A four year member of Millersville's track and field team, Fritsche competed as both a jumper and a sprinter. As team captain, she led the Marauders to a top-three finish in the PSAC for the first time in school history. She was named all-conference in both her junior and senior years after coming back from a sophomore-year injury. She was also named a PSAC Scholar-Athlete all four years and was part of the All-Academic team.
Fritsche is a 2015 graduate of Millersville University, earning her Bachelor of Science in Biology. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in Community Leadership and Education at Stevenson.