Jessica Trautman

Jessica Trautman begins her second season as an assistant women's lacross coach at Rhode Island College.

The Narragansett, R.I. native played four seasons for the Anchorwomen from 2015-18. The midfielder closed out her career having played in 44 games, starting 42 of them. She had 18 goals and three assists for 21 points to go along with 51 ground balls, 41 draw controls and 19 caused turnovers.

As a senior in 2018, she played in 12 games, starting all of them. Trautman had seven goals and two assists for nine points to go along with 15 ground balls, 19 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers. She had four goals, three ground balls, two draw controls and two caused turnovers vs. Dean on March 19. Trautman had three goals and eight draw controls vs. Nichols on April 5.

As a junior in 2017, she played in 15 games, starting all of them. Trautman totaled seven goals for seven points. She registered 20 ground balls, 15 draw controls and eight caused turnovers. Trautman scored a season-high two goals to go along with two ground balls and four draw controls in a 16-7 loss vs. Elms on April 28. She picked up a season-high five ground balls in a 9-3 win over Becker on March 25. Trautman caused two turnovers twice on the year.

As a sophomore in 2016, Trautman played in 10 games, starting nine of them. She tallied one goal for one point. Trautman recorded 14 ground balls, one draw control and seven shots on the season. She scored one goal against Western Connecticut on Apr. 16. Trautman recorded three ground balls twice on the season.

As a freshman in 2015, she played in seven games, starting six of them. She recorded three goals and one assist for four points. Trautman grabbed two ground balls, registered six draw controls and caused one turnover. She scored two goals against UMass Dartmouth on Apr. 21. Trautman notched one assist against Colby-Sawyer on Apr. 23.

She also competed as a thrower and sprinter in three seasons for the RIC women’s indoor track and field team.

Trautman earned All-Division and All-Class honors while at Narragansett High School.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in community health and wellness with a concentration in wellness and movement studies from Rhode Island College in 2019.