Natalie Rolph – Photo courtesy of Central Methodist University Athletics
Fayette, Mo. (Nicholas Petrone, Sports Information Director, Central Methodist University) – Natalie Rolph has been hired as the top Central Methodist women’s soccer assistant coach, head coach Dan Schmidlin announced. Rolph replaces Adam Galla, who took the head coaching position for women’s and men’s soccer at Lakeland College (Wis.).
“I am excited to have Natalie on board,” Schmidlin said. ”She has been a huge part of the CMU women’s soccer program as a player and coach. She has a clear understanding of the direction and vision of the program.”
A native of St. Charles, Mo., Rolph, an alumna of Central Methodist, enters her first season as a full-time assistant coach for the women’s soccer team after completing two years as a graduate assistant with her alma mater. In 2011, she helped guide the Eagles to their ideal season in school history with a 14-3-2 record.
“It’s been great to be around this group of girls, to see where they’ve started, and how they’ve developed,” Rolph stated. ”I’m excited to see what the next season is going to be like following our success last season.”
Rolph earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in 2010 and a Master of Education degree in 2012. She has a K-12 certification in Physical and Health Education and a USSF “D” Coaching License.
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Category: Central Methodist Eagles (Women), Central Methodist Soccer, College And University Athletics – Women
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