Reflections

“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

Caelyn Orlandi

Assistant Women's Basketball Coach

Lewis-Clark State College

About Coach Orlandi:

This may be Orlandi’s first year as an assistant coach at Lewis-Clark State but she’s not a newcomer to the program. She graduated in May of 2017 after playing on the most successful Warrior team in the history of a program laden with success.
Orlandi was a two-time NAIA All-American guard, which includes first-team status her senior season – a season during which the Warriors finished 35-2 and second on the nation.
 
Orlandi had an outstanding career at LCSC, capped by being an NAIA first-team All-American. She finished the season leading the NAIA in total assists (261), assists per game (7.05), and assist to turnover ratio (3.6:1). She also broke the school record for most assists during a season and in a career (634).

She averaged in double figures scoring all four seasons and 13.1 points per game in her career. As a senior, she averaged 14.4 points, 1.4 steals, and 4.0 rebounds per game and hit 85.6 percent from the foul line, 44.1 percent from the field and 37.2 percent from the 3-point line.

Orlandi was the Frontier Conference’s Player of the Year as a senior as the Warriors enjoyed their highest finish ever at the national tournament. LCSC won its first 23 games to start the season and went 17-1 in FC play as it captured both the conference’s regular-season and tournament titles for the second consecutive year.

She was a first-team all-league selection and a second-team All-American as a junior, a second-team all-league performer as a sophomore. A Coeur d’Alene High product, she was the conference’s Freshman of the Year her first season at LCSC.

She finished her career with 1,766 points, which ranks fifth on the LCSC all-time scoring list. Her 13.1 points-per-game-average is fourth on the all-time list, and her 622 total field goals are fifth. She made 199 3-pointers (sixth all-time), 323 free throws (seventh all-time), and shot 84.8 percent at the free-throw line (third all-time).

 

-Bio and Photo courtesy of LCSC Athletics