Kaitlin’s passion for the game of soccer was sparked at the age of five when she played for HER Strongsville, TEAM. 

Over the years, Kaitlin has been apart of several premier level teams that competed throughout the Midwest. In high school, Kaitlin was a four-year varsity player for the Magnificat High School Blue Streaks where she was named Most Valuable Defensive Player. Kaitlin chose to continue her soccer career as a member of the Loyola University Women’s Club Soccer team. She has started as a left defender for her team and helped them to the 2014 Regional Tournament for the first time in Loyola’s history. Kaitlin has been a part of the leadership board for the Club team and looks forward to playing her senior season in the fall of 2015.

 

Kaitlin has been coaching with the Scottish Soccer Academy since the summer of 2014. She brings a strong passion for the game and believes in instilling a similar love for the game in the younger generation of soccer players. She began coaching young soccer players in 2010 with her high school program and has since then grown in her coaching career.

 

Kaitlin’s positive outlook provides an energetic environment where players are excited to play. She offers valuable input to help players learn the game and develop their maximum potential on and off the field. Kaitlin has a unique way of connecting with young players and inspiring them to work their hardest.

 

When Kaitlin is not on the soccer field, she is busy pursuing her education as a nursing major at Loyola University. She has been involved in organizations such as Kappa Kappa Gamma, Student Nurse Association of Illinois- Loyola, and Global Brigades. When she is not busy with extracurricular, Kaitlin enjoys running Lake Shore Path, drawing, and cheering on Barcalona. Ole!