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Kevin Dempsey Joins City as Girls Director of Coaching, and 2001 Girls Coach. 

Coach Dempsey is the Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach at Division 1 Loyola University. A native of Columbia, Maryland, Dempsey comes to Loyola after serving as an assistant coach at Maryland, five seasons as the assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at LSU and Head Coach of College of Charleston. The newly formed G’01 team will be playing in the highly competitive CCL1 league as well as in the top college showcases and tournaments throughout the east coast. To receive additional information about this newly formed team, please contact Coach Dempsey at (225) 436-6543 or kevindempsey713@gmail.com. 

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A native of Columbia, Maryland, Dempsey comes to Ellicott City SC as the Girls Director of Coaching to assist in the growth and development of the clubs girls program.  Currently the Women’s Assistant Coach at Loyola University of Baltimore, he has also served one year as an assistant coach at Maryland and five seasons as the assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at LSU. Prior to working at LSU, Dempsey spent nine years as the head coach at the College of Charleston, where he led the Cougars to a 99-78-22 overall record and a 54-32-8 mark in the Southern Conference. For nine-straight seasons, Dempsey and the Cougars made an appearance in the SoCon Tournament, including making runner-up finishes in 2002 and 2009. College of Charleston earned 28 All-SoCon and All-SoCon Tournament selections under Dempsey, and had six NSCAA All-Region Scholar Athletes in 2009 and 2010. Dempsey started his head coaching tenure at his alma mater, Catawba College, in 1994. For seven seasons, he compiled an overall record of 80-45-7, including a 47-13-3 mark in the NCAA Division II South Atlantic Conference. In all, Dempsey coached 10 NCAA Division II All-Americans, 17 All-South Region selections, four SAC Players of the Year and four SAC Freshmen of the Year. Dempsey graduated from Catawba in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in history. Kevin graduated from Centennial HS and lives in Howard County with his wife, Krista and son Jack.