Kylee Hathaway
McNeese State University
Kylee Hathaway
Assistant Coach
McNeese State
Division 1

Kylee Hathaway is in her second season as a Cowgirl assistant coach and comes to McNeese from Texas Southern University, where she spent three seasons as an assistant coach, primarily training the goalkeepers. In her first season for the Cowgirls, helped the team record the most wins in school history (13) with a record of 13-7-1, first win over an SEC opponent (Arkansas), highest RPI ranking in school history, and first ranking in the Midwest United Soccer Coaches ranking (#7 in week 3). Hathaway also helped Goalkeeper Emma Roccaforte record 2 Southland Conference Goalkeeper of the Week nominations, Hero of the Week and an All-Conference Honorable Mention.  At Texas Southern, Hathaway helped the Lady Tigers to three record setting seasons. Her players set multiple school and individual records and two back-to-back winning seasons with a historical 11-6-1 record in 2016. Her goalkeepers also received Goalkeeper of the Week recognitions and a SWAC Freshmen of the Year award. She has mentored 6 all-conference players, including the 2015 Conference Freshman of the Year, who held the top save percentage (.81 SV%). Hathaways conference record at TSU concluded with a 20-8-2 record and three conference tournament appearances.  From 2015-2018, Hathaway also worked with the U.S Soccer Olympic Development Program developing youth soccer in South Texas. She was also a technical trainer for Lamar Soccer Club and Club Administrator for the Total Football Club in Katy, Texas. Hathaway earned her Business Management degree from Alabama State University in 2015 and her Masters degree in Business Administration from Texas Southern in 2017. While at ASU, Kylee was the starting goalkeeper all four years.  She was named to the SWAC All-Conference second team in 2012, the SWAC All-Conference first team in 2013, and the NCAA Division I Senior CLASS Award Second Team in 2014. Throughout her playing career, she was named SWAC Conference Player of the Week and College Sports Madness Player of the Week multiple times. She was named SWAC Defensive player of the Year in 2013 and helped the team reach many momentous achievements over her career.      Her primary responsibilities at McNeese will include training goalkeepers, recruitment, team travel, film analysis and fundraising.