Current Head Varsity Field Hockey Coach at Fairfield Ludlowe High School and the Director of Operations for Revolution Field Hockey Camps. Prior to moving to CT in 2020, Britt was the Associate Head Coach at Johns Hopkins University promoted from assistant in the spring of 2019. During her time at Hopkins Britt helped the team go from a losing record the previous four seasons to a 33-8 with a Centennial Conference regular season title, 2 Centennial Conference Tournament titles, and 2 trips to the NCAA Final Four (the first Final Four NCAA appearance in program history).
Prior to coaching at Hopkins Britt served as an assistant at both Dickinson and York College. A 2015 graduate of Ohio University, Walker was a four-year letterwinner and three-year starter for the Bobcats. She helped Ohio to the 2011 Mid-American Conference (MAC) championship and an NCAA Tournament berth. As a sophomore, she led the MAC in goals against average (1.95) and shutouts (3) and ranked second in save percentage (.723). Walker played in 55 games and over 3,700 minutes in her career. She notched 222 saves with seven shutouts and 21 victories. She served as a Bobcat captain as a senior and was a two-time MAC All-Tournament Team selection. A native of Lancaster, PA field hockey has always been a huge part of Britt’s life.