“I am so excited to be returning to Metro as a coach! Metro made such a positive difference in my life as a player and a person, and I am honored to be able to support the next generation of volleyball players as they develop fundamental skills, increase their knowledge of and passion for the game, and learn how to be good teammates.”
Kelly is entering her first season as an assistant coach for Metro North’s 12U team. Kelly competed as a setter for Metro’s travel program, during which she played for 16 travel, 17 travel (two seasons), and 18 travel. She continued her volleyball career in college, playing for Loyola University Maryland’s NCAA Division 1 varsity team for four years as a setter.
During her years at Loyola University Maryland, Kelly received her B.A. in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences with a minor in Special Education. She then attended graduate school at Loyola University Maryland, where she earned her M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology. Kelly currently works as a Speech-Language Pathologist at a special education school, working primarily with students with autism spectrum disorder.