Katie Cobb was named the head coach of the Pfeiffer women's soccer program in August of 2020.
Cobb comes to The Village after serving as assistant coach at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio over the past three seasons. While at Kenyon, Cobb helped the Ladies capture the 2017 North Coast Athletic Conference regular season championship, finishing with a 7-0-1 league mark.
Prior to her stint at Kenyon, Cobb spent the previous two seasons at Clarkson University in Potsdam, New York, where the Golden Knights posted a combined record of 13-16-5 during her time.
Among her duties working with the Golden Knights, Cobb was in charge of training the team’s goalkeepers, developing scouting reports, producing off-season workouts and teaching fitness. While at Clarkson, three different players collected Liberty League All-Star status and eight or more players annually garnered Liberty League All-Academic awards.
In 2014, Cobb spent the season at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. There, she helped lead the Panthers to a 10-7 overall record and had a pair of players earn NSCAA All-Region honors.
Cobb has also spent time coaching at the club level with the Seacoast United Soccer Club, Global Premier Soccer Maine and several other College ID Camps in New England and across the country.
In her playing days, Cobb excelled as a goalkeeper for the University of Southern Maine, logging more than 2,900 minutes in goal while making 238 career saves and posting a career save percentage of .785. In 2013, she was a second-team Little East Conference selection.
She graduated in 2014 from Southern Maine with a degree in English Literature.