Tori Redding is in her fourth year on the Wesleyan staff, having served as the Cardinals’ goaltending coach in field hockey both years as a department intern. She added assistant coaching in softball in 2015 to her duties. A 2013 Wesleyan graduate, Redding was a two-sport standout athlete for the Cardinals, serving as a team captain in both field hockey and softball. She played all but 35 minutes in net over her four seasons as a Cardinal field-hockey stalwart. With nearly 4,280 minutes of work, Redding, who was an NFHCA All-American in 2010 and a First Team All-NESCAC as well, posted a career 1.55 goals against average and a .812 save percentage.
During the summer of 2011, Redding made the US High Performance team as part of the USFH developmental program and was under consideration for the US Olympic squad. Tori also was a Second Team All-New England West selection and a participant in the 2012 NFHCA Senior All-Star Game.
A four-year starter in the outfield for the softball team, Redding was part of both school-record setting Cardinal squads that posted 24 victories (2010, 2013), and the NESCAC Champion squad of 2010. She started all 43 games that season and hit .329. Starting a remarkable 144 consecutive games during her career, Redding hit .293 and currently ranks seventh on the all-time Cardinal hit list with 136.
In addition to her duties in the athletic department, Redding is pursuing her MALS degree at Wesleyan.