Mount Notre Dame (MND) is pleased to announce the hiring of Kiersten Johnson as Head Varsity Soccer Coach at the school. Johnson, 22, spent last season as the JV assistant coach at MND where she helped the team compile an 11-4-1 overall record.
Coach Johnson is a graduate of Milford High School where she was co-captain of the varsity soccer team during her senior year and was named First Team ECC All-Conference.
She continued her soccer career at the University of Toledo where she played for four years and was named the team's Offensive MVP her senior season and earned Second Team MAC All-Conference honors. She was named one of the Top 20 Players in the MAC Conference in 2016. Coach Johnson graduated from the University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Health Care Administration along with a Minor in Business in 2017.
"Kiersten brings to MND a solid knowledge of the sport and keen insight into high school and collegiate levels of play," said Mark Schenkel, MND athletic director. "I look forward to Coach Johnson bringing her passion and knowledge of the game to the MND soccer program."
Coach Johnson also serves as a coach for Alliance Cincinnati Club Soccer in addition to holding the position of Technical and Tactical Trainer for girls ages 10-17 in that program. She also served as an assistant coach for the TFA Club Soccer Youth Academy in 2015-16.