Montgomery Catholic Welcomes New Coaching Staff

Montgomery Catholic Welcomes New Coaching Staff 1
Coach Patterson will be Montgomery Catholic’s
head volleyball and tennis coach beginning
with the 2015-16 seasons.

Amy Patterson has been named the new varsity volleyball coach and tennis coach at Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School beginning this summer. Patterson comes to Montgomery Catholic from Huntingdon College, where she served as the Head Volleyball Coach. She will be the Knights new Volleyball and Tennis Coach.

“Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School  has always had my respect.  It is a strong institution both Academically and Athletically.  I am truly blessed for the opportunity to join the Montgomery Catholic family. I am eager and excited to get to know my student-athletes and contribute to the continual growth of the volleyball and tennis programs,” said Patterson.

Patterson is a graduate of Huntingdon College where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance and Kinesiology. She received her Masters in Education at Auburn University in Montgomery in 2003.

Coach Patterson hosted tryouts in May and looks forward to being on campus for workouts this summer.

Montgomery Catholic Welcomes New Coaching Staff 2
Coach McGaughey will be Montgomery Catholic’s
head boys’ basketball coach beginning
with the 2015-16 season.

Robb McGaughey has been named the new varsity boys head basketball coach at Montgomery Catholic beginning this summer.

McGaughey comes to Montgomery Catholic from Montgomery Academy, where he served as Physical Education Teacher and Varsity Basketball Assistant Coach, Head Middle School and Junior Varsity Basketball Coach and Assistant Middle School Football Coach since 2009.

McGaughey is a graduate of Huntingdon College where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance and Kinesiology. He received his Masters of Science Management from Faulkner University in 2002.

“I’m excited to build on the history and tradition of Montgomery Catholic Preparatory men’ s basketball program. My vision for the program is to make a difference in our players lives.  We want to impact them now, but also invest in them for their futures.  Our measure of success will be the type of men you see 20 years from now who came through our program,” said McGaughey.He hosted JV and Varsity Basketball tryouts in May.

Robb and his wife Kim have been married for 10 years, they have three children, Robert (6), Matthew (2), and Frances.

Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School welcomed the new coaches to campus with a meet and greet in the Middle/High School Library on May 27, 2015.

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