Kalli Jipson enters her fifth straight season and seventh overall as an assistant coach with the Husson field hockey team in 2018.
Since rejoining the coaching staff prior to the start of the 2014 season, Jipson has helped guide the Husson field hockey program to three winning seasons with a combined 38-32 (.543) record with three NAC championships, Regular Season titles and NCAA DIII Championship appearances, and a NAC runner-up finish in 2016. She has coached three conference Defensive Players of the Year and 12 All-Conference First Team, three conference All-Sportmanship Team, 13 conference All-Tournament Team, 27 conference All-Academic, two All-ECAC, eight NFHCA Scholars of Distinction, 33 NFHCA National Academic Squad honorees.
During her first stint as an assistant (2011-12), Jipson helped the Eagles earn the program's third striaght NAC Championship in 2011 and their first number one seed in the NAC Tournament the following season. In the two seasons she was a member of the coaching staff the Eagles posted a 23-17 (.575) record with a 12-6 (3667) mark in NAC play.
Jipson earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Maine in 2013.
A native of Sangerville, Maine, Jipson attended Piscataquis Community High School. She and her husband, Kendall, reside in Bangor, Maine.