Hunt Seat Coach
Miami of Ohio University
Coach Flaig has been involved in the equine industry for over 20 years with an emphasis in collegiate riding. First, as a student at Miami University of Ohio riding for their IHSA Team, she competed in multiple disciplines and earned an individual National Championship in Equitation in in 1991. After graduating in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts, she began her collegiate coaching career at Pennsylvania State University. She eventually came her back to her alma mater as an Assistant Hunt Seat Coach and then on to Oklahoma State University where she coached for thirteen years. During her time at Oklahoma State, she experienced the structure of both the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association as well as the emergence of varsity programs and the National Collegiate Equestrian Association of today. She has served on committees within the NCEA and USHJA as well as serving as the Hunter Seat Steward for the NCEA National Championships in Waco, Texas. She earned her Master of Education degree from Liberty University and is also adjunct teaching faculty.
She currently serves as the Director of Equestrian Programs for Liberty University and is the Head Coach for the IHSA Team.