The 2018 girls soccer season begins on August 20. Online registration is now open and is required in order to be able to participate in tryouts. Our soccer program currently offers two levels of play; varsity and junior varsity. Cuts may be made based on the number of interested participants.
Want to know more? A full overview of summer activities, tryout information and more can be found here.
Summer Training Sessions:
These sessions are open to all incoming freshman, interested and returning KCHS students, it is highly encouraged to attend, but is not mandatory. It is an opportunity to connect with other players and the coaches, and understand expectations for tryouts and beyond. Those who attend will be more prepared for tryouts in August. A detailed training calendar can be found here.
All interested players must have a current physical on file with the Athletic Office AND have completed their registration prior to the first day of practice. Tryouts will be held Monday, August 20 and Tuesday, August 21 from 2:00-4:00pm. Wednesday will begin our team practices.
For those who make the JV or Varsity team, we will leave Kennedy Catholic Friday (8/24) afternoon and return Sunday mid-afternoon. Details will come following tryouts.
Games schedules will be posted online through NPSLathletics.org. Practice schedules will be released to the team when available.
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Michelle BeattieGirls Varsity Soccer Coach
Michelle Beattie is entering her fourth season as head coach of our girls soccer program. Coach Beattie has been voted NPSL Cascade Division Coach of the Year in both 2016 and 2017, guiding teams to the state tournament in both years including a 4th place finish in 2017.
As a player, Michelle played soccer for Emerald City FC, Bishop Blanchet High School and Central Washington University, where she was named captain, garnered All-Conference (GNAC) honors, and earned a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and Health.
Following graduation, Michelle pursued her love of coaching soccer at Emerald City FC, Seattle United, Eckstein Middle School, Roosevelt High School, Ballard High School, Bellevue College, and Peter Fewing Soccer Camps. Michelle earned a Master’s of Education in Intercollegiate Athletic Leadership from the University of Washington in 2012. She also interned at Seattle University as a Student-Athlete Academic Advisor and earned a position as the Director of Operations for the Seattle University Men’s Soccer.
Michelle is a health and fitness teacher at Kennedy Catholic. She has her USSF “D” Coaching-License. With a true love for the game and its’ life-lessons, she is excited to share her passion with others.