Women's Soccer

Hudson Valley Names New Women's Soccer CoachPhoto Available

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FOR RELEASE: Immediate, Thursday, April 15, 2004

Kim Lockman
Kim Lockman
Kim Lockman, a four-year letter winner at Rutgers University, has been named the new women's soccer coach at Hudson Valley Community College.

"We want a women's soccer program that can compete at the national level each year. Kim brings us a lot of experience, as a player and a coach, as well as a tremendous desire to win and develop good student-athletes," Hudson Valley Director of Athletics Drew Marrochello said.

Lockman coached women's soccer and women's basketball at Middlesex County County College in Edison, N.J., from 1998 to 2000. She posted a 23-18-1 record as the coach of the Lady Colts' soccer team. She also led the Middlesex women's basketball team to a 25-20 record over two years.

Lockman played soccer at Rutgers University from 1992 to 1995. She helped the Scarlet Knights to an ECAC championship in 1992.

Lockman, of Valatie, earned a bachelor's degree in exercise physiology from Rutgers in 1997. She currently is a science teacher at St. Anne's Institute in Albany.

Hudson Valley's women's soccer team finished 10-7 last season and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Region III tournament.