SPARTANBURG, S.C. – Kate Goldstein has joined the women’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach, as announced by head coach Ceri Miller on Wednesday.
“I’m thrilled to add Kate Goldstein to our staff,” said Miller. “She has excellent knowledge of the game and a high level of intensity. Her time at Georgetown has greatly prepared her to have an impact at Wofford right from the start.”
Most recently, Goldstein has served as a volunteer assistant coach at Georgetown University, where she earned her Master’s degree in Sports Industry Management. In her three seasons at Georgetown, she worked primarily with the goalies and defenders and assisted in practice planning, film breakdown, scouting opponents, and game strategy. She served under head coach Ricky Fried, who has been the United States National Team coach since 2009. The Hoyas went 9-9 overall and 7-2 in Big East play in 2017.
Goldstein is also the first assistant coach on the Israeli National Team and has helped in all facets to prepare the team for the 2017 World Cup, held July 12-22 in England.
Prior to her stint at Georgetown, Goldstein was a senior marketing intern at STX in Baltimore, Md.
Goldstein is the owner of Next Level Lacrosse, a company that runs youth lacrosse camps nationwide. The goal of the company is to market each collegiate program through the camp, and to give collegiate players opportunities to expand and develop their coaching skills.
Goldstein has served as co-captain of the D.C. Lacrosse Club for the last three years.
Goldstein was a four-year letter-winner at McDaniel College in Westminster, Md., where she was the starting goalkeeper for three seasons. She graduated in May 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management as well as a minor in sports administration.