|Previous College:||St. Mary's '10|
Feldmann takes over the Green Terror volleyball program in 2019 after a successful run on staff at Centennial Conference-rival Johns Hopkins.
After eight seasons as an assistant on the Blue Jays staff, Feldmann was tabbed as interim head coach last season and guided Johns Hopkins to the Centennial Conference title. The Blue Jays posted a record of 184-77 during her tenure on staff, including a 22-8 record last season. The squad made the CC tournament each of her seasons on staff and claimed six conference titles.
During the Blue Jays historic season in 2017, Johns Hopkins not only earned its first-ever national ranking but the team also set new program record for consecutive wins with 18. The Blue Jays advanced the regional championship match for the first time in program history. For her work in that run, Feldmann was named the AVCA Assistant Coach of the Year.
An active member of the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA), she served on the Top 25 Poll committee last season. While at Hopkins, she served as an administrative coordinator in development and alumni relations.
She also co-founded the Strive Volleyball Coach with her husband in 2017, serving as technical coach and treasurer for the juniors volleyball club that has five teams.
Feldmann attended nearby Centennial High School, where she helped the Eagles to two Howard County Championships, three Class 3A Regional Championships and two Class 3A Maryland State Championships. She was also a three-time Howard County Times, Baltimore Sun and Washington Post All-Howard County selection.
She went to Homewood after a stellar playing career at St. Mary's College of Maryland. In only two years with the Seahawks, Feldmann finished third in program history in assists and sixth in service aces. She helped the team to a 57-14 record and two Capital Athletic Conference finals appearances.
She graduated cum laude from St. Mary’s in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in English.
She resides in Ellicott City with her husband, John Crinion.