Caitlin is in her second year with the Oilers basketball program in 2018-19.
The Oilers had one of their most successful seasons in school history in 2017-18, finished with a record of 22-8, achieving a national ranking (No. 25), and earning a berth in the NCAA DII Tournament for just the third time in school history. It was the 12th 20-win season in school history and just the third since the school became an NCAA Division II member. The Oilers led the G-MAC with a scoring margin of 11.9 points, ranked second in the G-MAC and eighth in the country with a field-goal percentage of 46.9%, and ranked second in the G-MAC and sixth in the country with a three-point percentage of 37.9%. Findlay earned a win over no. 22 Cedarville and nearly took down no. 3 Drury in the NCAA Tournament, falling 76-72.
Bamberger came to Findlay from the University of North Alabama where she spent two seasons as an assistant coach and two seasons as a graduate assistant coach.
Prior to her time at UNA, Bamberger played at Shippensburg University where she was a three-year captain for the Raiders. Bamberger lettered four years, plus a redshirt season at Shippensburg, earning 'Most Improved' and 'Newcomer of the Year' honors during the 2009-10 season. She was named PSAC Freshan of the Week on January 25. She finished her career with 396 points and 332 rebounds.
Prior to her college career, Bamberger was a standout at Fleetwood High School in Blandon, Pa. She totaled 934 total points for the Tigers while averaging 12.1 points per game. She was a three-time member of the All-Berks Division II Team, named a three-time MVP, a two-year captain and a four-year varsity starter. She also played volleyball and ran track.