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Head Coach Kelly Drumheller
Kelly Drumheller heads into her third season leading the Neumann Field Hockey program in 2019.
The 2018 season saw the Knights take a major step forward as the team finished the year with a record of 9-8, including a 3-2 record in conference play. Neumann qualified for the conference playoffs as the four-seed, knocking off Cabrini 4-3 in overtime to advance to the semifinals, where they fell to Gwynedd Mercy. The team was led by Chelsea Kulesza, who was named the first-ever Atlantic East Conference Field Hockey Player of the Year.
In her first season, Drumheller guided the Knights to a 3-13 record including a 2-5 record in conference play.
Prior to becoming head coach, Kelly was the assistant coach for the Knights for three seasons. She assisted in planning and conducting daily practice, had a big role in recruiting, and worked with the goal keepers and defenders. She also holds her level 2 coaching accreditation from USA Field Hockey.
Drumheller was an assistant coach at Unionville High School before joining the Neumann Field Hockey program. She currently coaches for the USA Field Hockey Futures Program and has coached club for several years.
Kelly was a four-year scholarship recipient at Slippery Rock University. Prior to that, she played for the WC Eagles and Key State field hockey clubs.
Drumheller is a 2013 graduate from Slippery Rock University where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health and Physical Education. She currently holds her teaching certification and teaches for many local school districts.