Kendall Adkin has been the Director of Girls Lacrosse for the Richmond Strikers since 2015 and has taken on more responsibility as the the Director of Sports (boys & girls lacrosse, field hockey, rugby, & cricket) since 2017.
From 2015-2017 she was the assistant women's lacrosse coach for Randolph-Macon College for two years. She helped the Yellow Jackets to two second place finishes in the ODAC and coached R-MC record holding fowards in Alicia Hsieh and Alex Lightfoot.
She is a 2013 graduate of Lynchburg College, where she was a very successful lacrosse player, earning All-ODAC and All-State honors. She was First Team All-ODAC as a senior in 2013 after being named Second Team All-ODAC in 2011 and 2012. She was also a member of the 2012 ODAC All-Tournament Team, First Team All-State as a senior, Second Team All-State in 2012, and a team captain. She also served as a member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee for four years. Upon graduation, Adkin spent two seasons as a Graduate Assistant and Offensive Coordinator for Lynchburg College Women’s Lacrosse.
Adkin earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Lynchburg in 2013 with a minor in Secondary Education. She received a Master’s of Education in Educational Leadership with a focus on Higher Education Leadership from Lynchburg in 2015.