Welcome back Cally Morrill to our girls Coaching Staff! Cally will be coaching our Girls U19 White team. Cally coached our Girls U18 team last year to a very successful season taking them to the State Cup Final 8 and graduating all her players on to college soccer. Cally is also in her third season as the Head Coach of Lynn University, here in Boca Raton. Cally comes to Lynn after two very successful seasons as the Head Coach at Lenoir-Ryne University in Hickory, NC. In her first season at the helm, Lenoir-Rhyne finished at the top of the South Atlantic Conference with a record of 16-2-2, winning both the SAC Regular Season and Tournament Championships. For her efforts, Cally was named the 2012 South Atlantic Conference Coach Of The Year while eight players earned all-league accolades, six garnered all-region accolades and one was named an honorable mention All-American.
Prior to coaching at L-R Cally spent two seasons as Head Coach at Lees-McRae College (2010-11) in Banner Elk, N.C. While at the helm of the Bobcats, Cally led Lees-McRae to a 27-11-3 record, including taking the program to new heights in 2011, leading the Bobcats to a school-record 11-1 mark in conference play en route to the program’s first league title since 2000, finishing with an overall record of 13-5-3. Under Morrill’s leadership, the Bobcats also captured the school’s first-ever conference tournament championship, securing a berth in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. For her efforts, Morrill was named the Conference Carolinas Coach Of The Year. Cally is a 2007 graduate of the University of Alabama, where she was a four-year starter for the Crimson Tide (2002-05) and was named team captain and earned the squad’s Most Valuable Player honors as a senior in 2005. Cally earned a bachelor’s degree from Alabama in exercise science and has received her Teaching Licensure from Lenoir-Ryne as well. Cally also recently served as the Head Coach of the 95′ girls North Carolina Olympic Development Team and an Assistant Coach for the South Carolina’s Women’s Semi-Professional team, Central SC Cobras.