KHSC Executive Directors

Kevin McCloskey
Men's Executive Director & Kings Hammer Academy Men's Director
kevin@kingshammer.com

Qualifications:
USSF "B" license, NSCAA National Dipolma

Experience:
Kevin served as the Boy's Director of Coaching for the Kings Soccer Academy, Kings Hammer Academy and Head Coach of Kings Super 20's team. He worked as the Technical Director for the U14-U18 Boys and Girls program within the Kings Soccer Academy. McCloskey served as the Interim Head Coach and Assistant Coach of the Xavier University Men's Varsity Soccer Team, and as Assistant Coach of the Northern Kentucky University Men's team. McCloskey also worked as the Assistant Men's Soccer Coach/Head Junior Varsity Coach at Urbana University and as Assistant Men's Soccer Coach at the University of Rio Grande. Prior to joining Kings, he was a head coach with the Cardinals Soccer Club. He played professionally for 4 years with the Cincinnati Kings of the United Soccer League. He spent his college career as a 4-year varsity athlete at the University of Rio Grande. He played in the Premier Development League during his College years for the Dayton Gems and the Kalamazoo Kingdom. Kevin also has national team experience, when he played for the Northern Ireland U16 International Team and U18 International Schools Team. In addition to playing for his country, Kevin played for the Belfast team from the age of 14. Kevin holds a Bachelors Degree in Sports and Exercise Studies from the University of Rio Grande and a Masters Degree in Education from Urbana University. 

 


Tiffany Roberts
Women's Executive Director & KH Academy Women's Director
tiffany@kingshammer.com

Qualifications:
USSF "A" License

Experience:
Tiffany serves as the Kings Hammer Women's Executive Director and previously was the assistant coach for the University of Cincinnati Varsity Women's Soccer Team. She went to Santa Clara University where she was team captain her senior year and while there had the privilege of playing in four NCAA College Cup appearances. In 2004, Santa Clara reached the Final Four and lost to Notre Dame who became the eventual NCAA College Cup National Champions. During her freshman year, she was named to the Soccer Buzz West Region All-Freshman team and was an honorable mention All-West Coach Conference Honoree. As a sophomore, she was an honorable mention All-WCC selection and was named to both Soccer America's and Soccer Buzz's Elite Teams. As a junior, she was named to the All-WCC Second Team. Early in her senior year, she suffered a season-ending knee injury thus missing the rest of her senior year and losing a year of eligibility. Tiffany holds a Bachelor's Degee in Communications from Santa Clara University and a Masters Degree in Sports Administration from Xavier University.