New to Kennedy Catholic and looking forward to playing girls basketball? You can read the summer interest letter here, which highlights summer league tryouts and other opportunities.
Our basketball program offers three levels of play; varsity, junior varsity and c-team. Cuts may be made based on the number of interested participants.
Games schedules will be posted online through NPSLathletics.org. Practice schedules will be released to the team when available.
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Greg CaldwellGirls Varsity Basketball Coach
Greg Caldwell has served as Head Girls Basketball coach at Kennedy Catholic since 2013. A former college basketball player at Olympic College, he earned First Team All-League Honors in 2002 moving on as a two-year starter at Whitman College. Greg graduated with a BA in Sociology from Whitman College in 2004. In 2012, Greg completed his Master’s in Education Leadership with a certificate in Program Administration from City University.
His coaching career began as the freshman boys’ basketball coach at Ingraham High School in 2005. From 2006-2008 Greg coached the JV boys’ basketball coach at Ingraham High School. After being hired to teach PE at Kennedy Catholic, Greg coached JV boys’ basketball for four years. Hired as the Lancers Head Girls Basketball Coach in 2012, he was selected as the Seamount League Coach of the Year during the 2014-2015 season.
Greg loves coaching because some of the greatest lessons that he learned in his life came from playing basketball and being part of a team. His goal it to provide Lancer student athletes the same experience. Kennedy Catholic allows students to learn and challenge themselves in many different arenas. As a coach, it is his vision to guide young people through situations that not only make them successful on the basketball court but also help make them successful in other areas of their life. Kennedy Catholic strives to develop the whole person and challenges our young women to become better teammates, athletes, students and most importantly, people.