Kelly Labor begins her first season on the CSU women's soccer staff as an assistant coach.
Labor joins Head Coach Bill Hempen after three years as an assistant at Regis University. While there she was tasked with individual technical and group skill development. Labor helped guide the Rangers to RMAC championships and NCAA Division II tournaments in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
In addition to her duties at Regis, Labor was also involved in the Colorado Olympic Development Program, while she is also a part of the coaching staff at Westminster AFC on the U16 and U15 Super League teams.
Labor holds her NSCAA Advanced National Coaching license as well as a masters in industrial and organizational psychology with a specialization in leadership development.
A native Steamboat Springs, Colo., Labor attended Regis University for one year. While there she was awarded Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year, first-team all-conference, all-tournament and NSCAA second-team all-region.
Labor then transferred to UNLV to complete her undergrad in psychology. The program honored her with the Robin Morlock Award for work ethic, leadership and dedication. A three-time academic all-Mountain West honoree, Labor helped her team to the regular-season championship in 2007.