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Katie Schutjer | Head Women's Basketball Coach

Katie Schutjer begins her second season as head coach for the Waldorf University women's basketball team.

Prior to coming to Waldorf, Schutjer started her coaching career at Simpson College under head coach Brian Niemuth, one of the winningest basketball coaches at the NCAA Division III level. Schutjer served as the junior varsity head coach at Simpson from 2010-2012.

Schutjer is a native of Gilman, Iowa, and graduated from Simpson College in 2010 with a Bachelor's Degree in sports administration and marketing. She was a member of the Simpson women's basketball team from 2008-2010. Her team was Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (IIAC) champions and NCAA Division III National Tournament participants in both 2009 and 2010. During her senior campaign, Schutjer was a first team IIAC selection, an academic IIAC selection, team defensive player of the year, team MVP, and team captain. That year she held the highest 3-point shooting percentage and one of the top overall shooting percentages in the IIAC.

Prior to attending Simpson, Schutjer attended Marshalltown Community College. While earning her associates in arts degree, Schutjer was a first team Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) and academic ICCAC selection for the women's basketball team.

Schutjer arrived at Waldorf during the 2012-13 academic year and spent two seasons as the assistant coach for the women’s basketball program. She earned a master's degree in business and marketing from Columbia Southern University in 2014. Schutjer and her husband, Derek, currently reside outside of Titonka, Iowa.

Bri Ebenhoe | Head Volleyball Coach

Bri Ebenhoe enters her first season as head coach of the Waldorf University volleyball team.
Ebenhoe joins the Warriors after spending seven years as head coach at Aquinas High School in La Crosse, Wis. where she led the Blugolds to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Division 3 state tournament during the 2016 season and produced the best set record in Mississippi Valley Conference (MVC) history. She guided Aquinas to five regional championships and the 2016 sectional title.
Aquinas captured MVC championships in 2014 and 2016, resulting in Ebenhoe being honored as MVC Coach of the Year during both seasons. In addition, she was tabbed as the 2014 La Crosse Tribune Coach of the Year.  Ebenhoe has also coached the V-Hawk Xtreme – a 14-and-under club volleyball team – at Viterbo University since 2010.
While at Aquinas, Ebenhoe coached four all-state selections, 33 all-conference players and 16 players who earned all-Tribune recognition. A middle school and high school science teacher at Aquinas since 2009, Ebenhoe possesses a strong commitment to academics and her past players earned more than 100 academic awards. In 2016, the Blugolds received the WIAA State Tournament Honorable Mention Sportsmanship Award.
A La Crosse native, Ebenhoe graduated from Aquinas in 2005. She went on to attend Marquette University, graduating in 2009 with a bachelor’s of science degree in physics and cum laude distinction.
Ebenhoe is currently pursuing a master’s of education degree in positive coaching from the University of Missouri.