Yarrish took over the helm of the Green Terror field hockey program in 2018.
She guided the team to four wins in her first season and had four other one-goal losses in her debut campaign.
She came to McDaniel after spending the previous three seasons as the head coach at Cedar Crest. Her Falcon teams improved each season she was at the helm.
Yarrish took over a Cedar Crest program that did not win a game in 2014 and improved each season, posting a 10-6 record and bringing her team to within one game of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) playoffs. The 10 wins last fall matched the program record for wins in a season.
The 2017 CSAC Coach of the Year, she produced the conference’s Rookie of the Year each of the last two seasons.
At Cedar Crest, she also served as the department’s recruiting coordinator and served as a College Life Professor, assisting first-year students in making a successful transition from high school to college.
Prior to taking over the Cedar Crest program, she was an assistant at Dickinson for two seasons. While on the Red Devil staff, she was integral in helping the program to 12 wins and a Centennial Conference (CC) playoff berth in her first year.
She also spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Keystone, where she was a captain and All-CSAC selection in 2008 and 2009.
Serving as an instructor at numerous camps around the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, she is the Founder and Director of the Lehigh Valley Sparx Field Hockey Club. The Sparx is a developmental club that serves student-athletes in the Lehigh Valley in Bethlehem, Pa. She holds Level I and II Coaching certification with USAFH.
Yarrish graduated from Keystone with a bachelor of science in elementary education with a minor in psychology in 2013. She also earned in masters of education from Cedar Crest in 2017.