Katherine Remy Vettori, who has helped Maryland to NCAA Tournament appearances in each of the last two seasons, returns for her third season on the Terps‚ coaching sideline. She is involved in all aspects of the program including scouting, recruiting, practice, travel, scheduling and administration. Remy Vettori's on-field coaching duties center on the Terps‚ offense and offensive strategies.
During her first season at Maryland, in 1998, the Terps played in the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season. The Terps were ranked throughout the entire season and defeated three ranked teams in reaching double figures in victories for the fourth straight year.
Remy Vettori coached the most talented forward line in school history in 1999. She helped train Keri Sarver and Emmy Harbo, who finished their careers among the top 10 in goals and total points in ACC history.
Sarver scored a school-record 21 goals and 49 total points while Harbo accounted for 12 goals and a near school-record 12 assists in 1998. Maryland averaged nearly 2.5 goals per game in ‚99.
Remy Vettori began her coaching career at the University of Pennsylvania where she was an assistant in 1996 and 1997. The Quakers won the ECAC championship with a 14-5-0 record. The 14 victories are the school record for wins in a single season. In addition to her duties with the women's soccer team, Remy Vettori also served as the office coordinator in the Office of Health Education and was an assistant academic coordinator for athletics.
Prior to beginning her coaching career, Remy Vettori was a four-year starter for Duke (1992-95). In 1992 she was an ACC all-tournament team selection. She earned All-America second-team honors by Soccer News and was named All-South Region, All-ACC first team and to the All-ACC Tournament team as a sophomore in 1993. In 1994, she was an All-ACC second team selection. She earned mention to the Soccer America Collegiate Team of the Week three times during her career and holds the school record for points in a single game with seven (three goals and one assist) against Campbell during her sophomore season.
She scored 24 goals and added 18 assists for 66 total points during her career. She enjoyed her best seasons with seven goals and seven assists during her junior and sophomore years. Remy Vettori is currently ranked fourth in career goals and fifth in total points in Duke women's soccer history.
Remy Vettori was a member of the 1994 U.S. National "B- team, and was a 1994 and 1995 U.S. Olympic Festival participant.
Remy Vettori earned her bachelor's degree in history/sociology from Duke in 1996 and her master's in higher education from Pennsylvania in 1998. This past August, she married Jason Vettori in her hometown of Norman, Okla.