"Our thoughts right now are for Gary's recovery from the injuries he suffered, and for the well-being of his wife, Dawn, and daughter, Kaylee," Baumgartner said.
Kagiavas, a former standout at Gannon as a player, has been Edinboro's only coach since the program was started in 1996. He owns a 152-133-26 record in his 17th season as head coach. He has enjoyed particular success in recent years, including a school-record 15-6-0 record a year ago as the Fighting Scots earned their first-ever NCAA Division II playoff berth.
Sallie was one of Edinboro's top all-time players and is now in her eighth season as an assistant under Kagiavas. She holds Edinboro's career record for goals (37) and ranks second in career points with 85.
This season, the Fighting Scots are 9-3-1 overall and 6-3-1 in the PSAC with four matches remaining in the regular season. Edinboro is currently ranked fourth in the Atlantic Region.
The Fighting Scots' next contest is at Lock Haven on Tuesday, October 16, at 2 p.m.