Kayla Fromal, a two-sport standout at Wesley College, enters year one as an assistant field hockey coach at The College of Wooster.
At Wesley, Fromal tutored the Wolverines’ goalkeepers for three seasons. A starter herself as a senior, Fromal led the Capital Athletic Conference with a .784 save percentage and logged 16 games with at least eight stops. Upon graduation, Fromal’s 269 saves were the eight-most in program history.
In addition to coaching, Fromal spent time as an admission counselor at Wesley, and previously was a graduate assistant in the department of student success and retention.
The team’s MVP as a senior, Fromal also starred on the softball team, where she earned two All-CAC certificates.
Fromal earned a bachelor’s in exercise science and a master’s in sports leadership from Wesley.