Archbishop Hoban High School is pleased to announce Katie Camp as the new head girls golf coach. Camp has spent the past three years as the head golf professional at Westfield Country Club and has also been their director of retail since 2016. With the addition of Camp, Hoban is excited to continue developing the girls golf program and making an impact on the lives of student-athletes.
“The mission and values at Hoban very much align with my own,” Camp said. “I love that Hoban embraces a culture encouraging students to be true to themselves while growing in their faith. It is rare to find an organization that embodies what Hoban does. I am excited to experience it on a deeper level.”
Camp majored in business management while earning a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh, and went on to obtain her MBA from Waynesburg University, with a focus on human resources and leadership. She currently serves as an Associate Liaison on the Northern Ohio PGA Board of Directors.
“We are excited to welcome Katie Camp to the Hoban community,” Director of Athletics Matt Bing said. “Coach Camp brings a wealth of golf knowledge and experience to our girls golf program, and she will be a great leader for our team.”
Archbishop Hoban High School is a college preparatory Catholic high school that serves a diverse community of more than 800 students in the greater Akron area. Founded in 1953 by the Brothers of Holy Cross, the first order of teaching brothers in the United States, the school received a Special Purpose Charter from the Ohio Department of Education for focusing on college preparation programs for grades 9-12 with 97 percent of its students pursuing college degrees.