Khalil Richard and Ida Krogh Will Join This Week’s Episode
2016-17 KeyBank Siena Basketball Celebration
Women's Basketball MAAC Quarterfinal vs. Iona (3/4/17)
Women's Basketball vs. Manhattan (2/10/17) - Pink Zone
Women's Basketball vs. Fairfield (12/1)
Women's Basketball vs. Hartford (11/19/16)
"Siena College is a special place. No one understands this like Ida does," said Jaques. "She bleeds green and gold, and I am really happy she decided to come back to us as our new Director of Ops. Her energy and positive spirit are contagious. Having a former player on staff will be tremendous for our players, and ultimately we as coaches are trying to give our players the best student-athlete experience we possibly can."
The Aarhus, Denmark native led the Saints all three years in assists. She finished with 296 assists to her name. Her junior year she also led the team with a .358 three-point field goal percentage. She finished her time in green and gold with 673 points and 396 rebounds. During her senior year, Krogh helped the team progress to a 22-13 overall record which was a 13-win improvement that tied for second-best in the nation. She was part of the team that went all the way to the Women's Basketball Invitational championship game which was the first title game appearance for any school in the MAAC.
After she graduated from Siena College, Krogh played a year for Nova Southeastern while completing graduate studies. While there, she played in all 31 games while starting 24. She was voted to the SSC's All-Newcomer Team as she averaged 8.0 points per game, 4.1 rebounds per game and 2.6 assists per game. Krogh had the second best assists per game on the team while her 82.1 free throw percentage was a team best.
She played for the U-18 Danish team in the European Championships in 2010 while also being a two-time Nordic Championships and European Championships All-Star.
"The relationships and experiences that I made during my four years at Siena have left an everlasting impact on my life," Krogh stated. "Siena holds a special place in my heart and to be able to be back and contribute positively to the program that gave me so much is very exciting for me."