University of South Alabama soccer head coach Richard Moodie has completed his staff with the hiring of former North Alabama assistant coach Kerry Edwards. The McKinney, Texas native will work with the Jaguar goalkeepers. Edwards spent last season with UNA where the goalkeepers posted a 1.28 goals against average that ranked sixth in the Gulf South Conference.

The year prior, Edwards started her coaching collegiate career at Southwest Oklahoma State. The Bulldogs posted 11 shutouts as a team and a 1.19 GAA, while going 13-6-1 overall and 8-3-1 in the Great American Conference, good for third in the league standings.

Edwards was a highly-decorated player at Dallas Baptist, where she led DBU to three NCAA Tournament appearances, including a Sweet 16 appearance in 2011. She finished her career second in the Division II record books with 51 career shutouts, and third with over 8,018 minutes in goal.

She was named all-Heartland Conference and all-South Central Region in each of her four seasons, and was a two-time NCCAA All-American as well.