Mallard Creek hires new women’s coach

Mallard Creek High School is excited to announce the hire of Kelly DePompa. Miss DePompa will be leading our Women’s Soccer program beginning this school year. She comes from A.L. Brown High School where she has coached the previous four years. Under the guidance of Miss DePompa the Wonders earned the school’s first winning record, in her second year as coach. That same year they made the school’s first ever playoff appearance in women’s soccer. In 2013 Miss DePompa was named Cabbarrus County Coach of the Year.

An A.L. Brown graduate, she originally committed to Catawba to play tennis, but chose not to attend. She enrolled at UNC-Charlotte where she walked on to the soccer team as a center-back. During her years at Charlotte the team won three A-10 Championships, and qualified for the NCAA three times. They were also ranked in the Top 25 two of her years.

Kelly DePompa has a proven track record  that will only elevate our soccer program. I’m absolutely thrilled to have her as a member of the Mallard Creek Athletic program, and look forward to working with her. She will be working in our EC department this year.

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