Barnstable, Mass.- Dean College Head Women's and Men's Volleyball Coach Natalie Cohen was inducted into the Barnstable High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Monday.
The third year head coach had an illustrious career at Barnstable High School in Barnstable, Mass., earning eight varsity letters and captaining the volleyball and ice hockey teams.
Cohen was a five time state champion in volleyball (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006) amassing an incredible 99-0 record during her four year career. She was named league all star in 2005 and 2006, Boston Globe and Boston Herald All- Scholastic in 2006, and Massachusetts Girls Volleyball Coaches Association Divison 1 All State Team in 2006.
In ice hockey, she was the starting goalie for all four seasons, earning a 67-17-6 career record that included a 21-1-2 mark in her senior season that was capped by a Division 2 State Championship. Cohen was named E-MASS Hockey All-Star four times, South Cape Conference All-Star four times, and Cape Cod Times First Team all league in 2006-07.
Cohen took over the reins at Dean in 2015 with a year to recruit before the launching of the men's and women's volleyball programs in 2016. Cohen has immediately turned the Bulldog teams into competitors, with her women's team winning 12 games in both of the last two seasons and qualifying for the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) tournament in 2018, and the men's team finishing 2018 with a 15-10 record and in third place in the NECC.