|Title:||Head Women's Lacrosse Coach|
|Previous College:||Bachelor's Western Michigan|
Kim Vincent guided the Hope College women's lacrosse program through the 2015-19 seasons before retiring.
Three of the Flying Dutch's best seasons has come under Vincent. In 2017, Hope set a school record for wins with a 9-7 mark and qualified for the MIAA Tournament for the third time and reached its first championship match.
Vincent came to Hope from Grand Haven High School, where she spent seven seasons as head girls lacrosse coach for the Buccaneers. She founded Grand Haven’s girls club program in 2005 and oversaw its growth to varsity status.
Vincent also served as head girls lacrosse coach since 2012 of the Sand Sharks, a club program with Under-17 and Under-15 girls teams featuring players from Holland, Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Hudsonville. She coached the U-15 Sand Sharks to a bronze medal at the Meijer State Games of Michigan this summer.
Vincent is a member of U.S. Lacrosse and Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association.
A 1981 Western Michigan University graduate, Vincent owns The Vincent Group, an independent marketing agency in West Olive for businesses and nonprofit organizations.