Coach & Skills Instructor
Mission: To impact young people's lives on and off the court. I will develop/encourage high character, selflessness, passion and energy. I will pry my hardest to get the most out of the young people that I coach.
Kelly Moylan is from Emmett, Kansas and attended high school at St. Marys High. There, she was named an honorable mention All-American by USA TODAY and a consensus all-state selection as senior. She was also honored as the 1989 Kansas Sports Magazine Player of the Year and recorded 1,841 career points at St. Marys.
Kelly then went on to play at Kansas State University 1989-93. She was a four-year letterwinner in her playing career. She finished her career while ranking 11th all-time in both career 3-pointers made (108) and 3-pointers attempted (281) in Kansas State program history. She also ranks seventh all-time in career 3-point field goal percentage (38.4).
Kelly served as head girls basketball coach at Junction City, KS High School for two seasons and at Hiawatha, KS High School for two seasons. She earned a co-Coach of the Year honors at JCHS.
After 4 years of High School coaching, she completed 8 seasons (2006-2014) as an assistant coach at Kansas State University. In her years there, KSU qualified for the NCAA tournament or WNIT each season. She also got to be part of a Big 12 Championship!
From Kansas State, she went to Northern Colorado (2014-2018). In her four seasons with the Bears she helped in guiding the team to a historical season, including breaking the school's record for most wins (22) by the womens basketball program, helped guide to be the top defensive team in the Big Sky. The team advanced to the third round of the WNIT. The Bears won a Big Sky Champion regular season and Big Sky Champions!
Currently, Kelly just finished her first season as assistant coach at Manhattan High girls basketball. She is currently a Physical Education teacher at Susan B Anthony Middle School.
She also helps out with SSA skills academy and will be coaching 14U SSA Elite Girls team.