WSC North Coach of the Year 2006, 2010
This is the 15th year for Sandrine as head coach. She notched the 200th win of her SBCC career on Dec. 13, 2015 when the Vaqueros beat San Diego City 68-54 to win the SDCC Knights' Colbert Classic. In 14 seasons, she's 235-178 overall and 96-66 in the WSC North.
In 2016-17, Destinee King became a two-time All-State performer after leading the WSC North in scoring (19.0 ppg) and ranking second in rebounds (11.1).
Krul has built Women's Basketball into one of the top teams in the state. She's had four 20-win seasons, including 2006-07 when SBCC went 23-8 and won the WSC North title with an 11-1 record. Krul was the WSC North Coach of the Year in 2006 and 2010.
SBCC qualified for the Southern Cal Regional seven times in eight years from 2006 to 2013. The Vaqueros snapped Ventura's 121-game WSC home winning streak on Jan. 15, 2013 with a 70-67 victory.
The goal for this year is to continue to build a program that is based on class, discipline, and pride. Each team member must strive to reach each core value for success in the classroom and on the basketball court. The core values are Conviction, Over Learn, Adaptability, Consistency, Honesty and the team's mantra of MTXE (Mental Toughness Extra Effort).
"Coach K" is also proud of her players' academic success. Many have received academic or athletic scholarships to 4-year schools and the Vaqueros have a 97-percent graduation rate in the past eight years. "My goal is to make sure every participant has a positive experience either as a player or as a redshirt," she said.
Krul was a first-team All-State performer at L.A. Valley College. She finished her career at Cal State San Bernardino, where she earned All-Conference honors.
She received her BA in Kinesiology from CSUN and graduated with honors with a Master's in Education from Azusa Pacific University. She teaches Introduction to Kinesiology and Cardio Boxing.
Sandrine resides in Santa Barbara with her husband, John, and their two children, Cameron (20) and Megan (16).