Following a national search, Connor McKee has been named the 11th head coach in the history of Beloit College Womens Soccer. The announcement was made by Director of Athletics & Recreation Tim Schmiechen.
McKee, who replaces Nick Chapman, comes to Beloit from Northern Illinois University in Dekalb, where he was the Associate Head Womens Soccer Coach last season after serving as the Huskies Assistant Womens Soccer Coach from 2012-2016.
McKee was also the Girls Director of Coaching for the Northern Illinois Football Club for three seasons, coaching U10-U18 teams, and was a graduate assistant for the University of Sioux Falls Mens Soccer team for one season.
A 2012 graduate of the University of Sioux Falls, graduating with high honors in Business and a native of Rapid City, South Dakota, McKee was a defender for Elmhurst College from 2007-08 and helped the Bluejays reach as high as Number 16 nationally. He returned home to conclude his collegiate career at Sioux Falls, where he was a team captain his senior season and an All-Great Plains Athletic Conference selection. He also earned the Daktronics NAIA Men's Scholar Athlete Award while playing for the Cougars.