Belhaven University

Belhaven University Athletics
1500 Peachtree St, Box 171 Jackson, MS 39202
Division 3 Mississippi Southeast
Private Small Developing team


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Dr. Kimberly Harrell

Dr. Kimberly Harrell is entering her sixth season as the Belhaven Women's Soccer Head Coach and also assists the Athletics Department in the coordination of special projects.

The Blazers have seen a quick turnaround under Harrell in her first four seasons posting four straight winning campaigns and the first double-digit victory seasons (2019, 2021) since 2008. In her four seasons at the helm of the Belhaven Women's Soccer program, Harrell has had 23 All-Conference honorees, one CCS Goalkeeper of the Year, one USC Scholar-Athlete, one ASC Distinguished Scholar Athlete Team honoree, and one NSCAA All-South Scholar Athlete team honoree.

Harrell came to Belhaven from Richland High School, where she served as Head Girls' Soccer Coach and Assistant Director of Athletics. In Harrell's seven seasons as Head Coach at Richland High School, her teams compiled a record of 96-48-3. Prior to her arrival the program had never advanced beyond the first round of the state playoffs, and in each of her last four years the team played for the North State Championship, winning twice to advance to the Mississippi State Championship, an accomplishment unique in the history of all of the school's sports programs. The Rangers also won two District Championships during her tenure, which are the only two in program history.

In addition to her roles at Richland High School with Girls' Soccer and Athletics Department administration, Kimberly assisted with the Boys' Soccer program and the Softball programs. She also taught World History, Economics, Government and Social Studies, and was the Chair of the Junior High Social Studies Department.

A former student-athlete and second-leading goal scorer at Jones College, Harrell is also a graduate of Mississippi State University (Secondary Education), Mississippi College (Masters of Education) and Arkansas State University (Specialist Certification). Harrell also received her Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Belhaven University in December 2019.

Kimberly is married to Matt Harrell, and they are the proud parents of a daughter, Addison. They are active members of First Baptist Church Richland, and Harrell also participates in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Mississippi Association of Coaches.

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Jonny Ellis

Jonny Ellis enters his sixth season on the Belhaven Women's Soccer coaching staff and fourth as the Assistant Women's Soccer Coach.

Ellis took over the primary assistant's role prior to the 2020-21 season and in turn has helped coach the Blazers to four straight winning seasons. During his four years as Assistant Women's Soccer Coach, Ellis has helped coach 23 all-conference selections across the American Southwest Conference (2019-2022) and Collegiate Conference of the South (2022-present)

Prior to becoming the Assistant Women's Soccer Coach, Ellis spent two seasons as the Graduate Assistant Coach for both the Men's and Women's Soccer programs at Belhaven.

Ellis was previously the New England Assistant Regional Director for the soccer coaching organization, YESsoccer as well as a volunteer assistant coach for the University of Bridgeport (CT) Women’s team. Ellis has coached club and premier soccer in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

Ellis holds his UEFA C license as well as his Level 1 in Futsal and USSF C license.

Ellis holds a Bachelor’s in Coaching and Physical Education from the University of St. Mark & St John (Plymouth, UK) and he received his Master's of Science in Leadership from Belhaven University in May 2020.

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Keaton Halbert

Victoria Adcock enters her second season on the Belhaven Women's Soccer staff as a Graduate Assistant Coach.

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