Sarah Brink joined the Trinity College women's soccer coaching staff in April of 2019 after a successful playing career and different coaching stops.
Prior to Trinity, Brink was the volunteer assistant at Williams College for the 2018 season, where the team earned 1st place in the NESCAC regular season and won the NCAA DIII National Championship. During the fall of 2017, Brink was an assistant on the Buckingham, Browne & Nichols (BB&N) School girls’ soccer staff. At BB&N, Brink helped coach a team that was regular season champions of the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) and made it to the NEPSAC Class “A” Championship.
Brink graduated from Williams College in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Psychology and was a four-year member of the Eph women's soccer squad. While a student-athlete at Williams, Brink was a part of teams that reached the NCAA Division III Elite Eight (2011), Sweet Sixteen (2013), and the NCAA Championship Finals (2014).
In September 2019, Brink was selected into the United Soccer Coaches “30 Under 30 Program, a year-long education and mentorship opportunity for a select group of coaches who have made coaching their career of choice.
Brink completed her master's degree in May 2017 in speech-language pathology from Boston University's College of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences.