Rollins is keeping it in the family for the next head coach of the Tars program, naming Christine Roser-Lefevers to the role on Monday.
Roser-Lefevers takes over the program from longtime head coach Michele Frew, who retired on September 2nd.
Arguably the greatest player to wear Tars colors, Roser-Lefevers played for Frew from 2008-11 and helped Rollins win the Sunshine State Conference Championship annually from 2009-2011. Roser-Lefevers earned First Team All-SCC honors in all four years of her career and was named the league’s Freshman of the Year in 2008. Roser-Lefevers earned NFCA All-American First Team honors in 2009 and 2011 and was recently elected to the Rollins Athletics Hall of Fame.
Following two seasons as head coach at Mars Hill, Roser-Lefevers rejoined the coaching staff at Queens in Charlotte this offseason where she previously spent four seasons as an assistant coach and associate head coach. Roser-Lefevers helped lead Queens to three consecutive South Atlantic Conference Championship appearances and one NCAA DII Southeast Regional appearance during her previous tenure on the program’s coaching staff. In 2018, the Royals recorded thirty-five wins, a program record, and earned their first-ever national ranking.
Prior to her first stint at Queens, Roser-LeFevers was the assistant coach at Seminole State College in Orlando for the 2015 season, helping the team amass a 51-9 record which ranked second in the state of Florida and fourth in the nation in the last NJCAA regular-season poll of 2015.