Ronnie Coveleskie Hill
Head Coach

Career Record 15 - 21 - 3
Record at Vanderbilt First year

Alma Mater, Year Duke, 1992

Assistant Coach - Jarett Smith

"Ronnie has the perfect balance of experience and youthful enthusiasm that fits the needs of our women's soccer program," said Vanderbilt Director of Athletics Todd Turner. "She is one of the finest young coaches in America and under her leadership I expect our program to continue to gain prominence."

For the past two seasons Hill has been the head coach at the College of Charleston where she compiled a 15-21-3 record. In her first season as a head coach in 1999, she led the Cougars to an 11-8-1 season, the best record in the history of the program.

Prior to arriving in Charleston, Hill was an assistant coach at UNC-Charlotte where she assisted former Vanderbilt head coach Robbie Church in starting the 49ers' women's soccer program. Her first coaching position was at N.C. State, where from 1993-1994 she was the Wolfpack's goalkeeper coach. At the club level, Hill was coach of the Charlotte Soccer Club that won the 1998 state championship and reached the regional semifinals. She has also served as a regional and state coach in the Olympic Development Program for several years.

As a player, Hill was a member of the inaugural women's soccer team at Duke University, earning the program's first scholarship. From 1988-91, she was a goalkeeper for the Blue Devils and still holds Duke's career record for the lowest goals against average. She graduated from Duke in 1992 with a degree in Sociology.




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