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New Varsity Soccer Coach Announced

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Montini Catholic is proud to announce the addition of Kathryn Perry to their award winning coaching staff.  Perry has been selected as the new Head Coach of the Lady Broncos Soccer Team.  

Perry is a graduate of Carthage College where she acquired a Bachelor of Arts in Marketing degree.  She is currently looking forward to graduating this May from North Central College with a Masters in Leadership Degree (with an emphasis on Sports Leadership). 

Perry is the Graduate Assistant Coach and Goalkeeper Coach at North Central College and serves as the team's Recruiting Coordinator and Defensive and Goalkeeping specialists.  She also serves as Academics Coordinator, overseeing student-athletes' academics at North Central College.  "Our 2019 team maintained a 3.6 GPA being the highest ever in North Central Athletics," she informed.

Perry is currently the Carthage College Soccer Camp Assistant Director as well as the Chicago Rush Soccer Club Coach (Junior Academy and Goalkeeper).

Her passion for the sport began way before she was a member of the Carthage Women's Soccer Team (2014-2018), where she led her team as captain in the Fall of 2017.  She also devoted her time as Carthage College's Camp Coach and as the Kenosha Crew Soccer Club Goalkeeper Coach (2015-18).  From there she went on to become the Kenosha Area Soccer League Youth Coach and Indian Trail High School Assistant Soccer Coach (2016-18). 

She holds a U.S. Soccer E License and takes pride in her coaching style which is intended to motivate, encourage, and inspire student-athletes, with the goal of helping them to succeed in their sport and prepare them for life after athletics.
"We are quite excited to welcome Kathryn to our Bronco team," said Athletic Director Tom Lentine.  "She brings much enthusiasm and skill with her and we look forward to a great Soccer season this spring!"

"I would like to thank (Principal) Kevin Beirne and Tom Lentine for giving me this opportunity to work with Montini's girls soccer program," said Kathryn.  "After arriving on campus, I knew that Montini was a special place with an opportunity for growth within the program. My goal is to push the girls on and off the field to grow as student-athletes while embracing the opportunity to compete for their school. I am excited to get to work and build off the success that the athletic department has achieved!"
 

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