Kelley Clark

Kelley Clark

Kelley Clark enters her 10th year as head women's soccer coach at Mount Union.

She is the winningest women's soccer coach in school history that included a record setting 2016 season where Mount Union matched the school record for wins in a season, won the Ohio Athletic Conference Tournament and made a first-ever appearance in the NCAA Tournament.

Off the pitch, Clark's teams have had 38 Academic All-OAC selections which is tops in the conference over that span.

Clark spent three seasons as an assistant coach at Mount Union before being named head coach in November 2010. 

Prior to arriving at Mount Union, Clark served as a co-director of the soccer program at Camp Danbee in Hinsdale, Mass. in 2007 and has also been an instructor at Raider Soccer Summer Camps at Mount Union since 2008.

A native of Corry, Pa., Clark played three years of soccer at NCAA Division II California University of Pennsylvania, was named to the 2006 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Honor Roll and graduated with a degree in sports management in May of 2008.

She also has earned a Master's of Science degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from California (Pa.).

Clark year-by-year 

Year Overall OAC Notes
2011 8-9-2 3-6-0  
2012 11-6-0 5-4-0  
2013 12-6-2 5-3-1 OAC Tournament appearance
2014 12-7-0 5-4-0 OAC Tournament appearance
2015 8-10-0 4-5-0  
2016 12-7-3 5-1-3 OAC Tournament Champions
NCAA Tournament appearance 
2017 10-7-1 4-4-1 OAC Tournament appearance
2018 11-7 7-2 OAC Tournament appearance
2019 5-10-2 1-7-1  


89-69-10 (.559)

39-36-6 (.518)


Updated November 5, 2019