|Alma Mater:||Mount St. Mary's|
Nicole Price joined the Dartmouth coaching staff in September 2016 and helped the team to a 7-8 record in her first year with the team in 2017.
Price joined the Big Green staff after spending two seasons working at Fresno State in California. The team's offensive coordinator, Price was responsible for the development of the attack and much of the in-game play calling.
In Fresno's first six years as a program, the Bulldogs won just eight games total, while claiming nine victories in Price's two years with the team. In that time, Fresno set nearly every one of the program's offensive records, increasing scoring dramatically in both 2015 and 2016.
Prior to working with the Bulldogs, Price spent a year as an assistant on the San Diego State sideline (2014) and a season as a graduate assistant coach at her alma mater, Mount St. Mary's (2013) in Maryland. She was a four-year letterwinner at The Mount where she helped her team to the Northeast Conference Championship as a senior in 2012 and was named to the 2011 all-tournament team as a junior.
“Nicole is an excellent teacher of the game and has made players better in every program she has touched,” head coach Danielle Spencer commented. “With her help, Fresno State had their best season in program history and set multiple single-season records. She brings great diversity to our recruiting with the time she has spent on the West Coast.”