“I enjoyed hearing how all of their different situations still had similar trends.They all worked hard to get where they are and they all had passion and a strong work ethic.They did not always know exactly what they wanted, but they had ideas and searched until something fit them.”

- Meredith Jeppson

“The presenters were very inspirational and relatable.  They gave a unique perspective of competition and what it takes, passion, work ethic, and time.  To love what you do is incredibly important.” 

- Justine Cota

Panel Session

Career Opportunities for Women in Sport:

4 Perspectives

Aubree Henrie

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Utah Valley University

Aubree Henrie (Callen), a Jerome, Idaho, native who spent five years on the court at NCAA Division II Seattle Pacific University is entering her second season with the Warriors. Prior to coming to LC, Henrie was a four-year letterwinner for the Falcons, but a knee injury caused her to sit out her senior season, which is when she fell in love with coaching and helping lead the team.

A 5-foot-9 guard, Henrie had a stellar career at SPU, earning All-GNAC recognition twice, including first team honors last season, while also being named to the 2015 NCAA West Region All-Tournament team. She was co-MVP for the Falcons last season while being a two-time co-captain and SPU's most inspirational player.

As a redshirt senior in 2014, Henrie returned from injury and posted the best season of her career. She started all 29 games, averaging 16.5 points, scoring 479 on the year, both career highs. She led SPU in the West Region tournament with 39 points in two games and she surpassed the 1,000 career point mark, finishing with 1,189. She led the team in rebounding with 148 (5.1 average) and free throw percentage (87.3). The latter mark ranked in the top 25 of NCAA Division II.

Henrie earned her two Bachelor's Degrees in Exercise Science and Health and Fitness Education while minoring in Coaching Science at Seattle Pacific. Aubree married Nicholas Henrie in September 2016 and they currently reside in Lewiston.


-Bio and Photo courtesy of LCSC Athletics