Kerry O’Malley Baldwin joined the Harvard women’s soccer team as an assistant coach in April, 2016, and is in her fifth total year with the Crimson after also spending the 2012-13 seasons in Cambridge.
Harvard posted its third Ivy title in four seasons in 2016, going unbeaten against conference foes (5-0-2) while allowing just three goals to Ancient Eight foes. Six student-athletes earned all-conference honors, led by All-American and Ivy Player of the Year Margaret Purce. The Crimson posted its 11th-straight season with a .500 or better record in 2017, led by Rookie of the Year Murphy Agnew and four-time All-Ivy honoree Dani Stollar. The class of 2018 ushered out a strong group in Stollar, Marie Becker, Caroline Chagares and Candy Janachowski that posted 30 shutouts over four seasons.
Baldwin spent the past two seasons as the associate head coach at Brandeis, helping to lead the Judges to a 28-8-6 record with two NCAA tournament appearances. The 2015 squad reached the round of 16, with six all-conference selections among a plethora of postseason awards. The Judges vaulted as high as No. 11 in the national polls.
An assistant coach on the Harvard sidelines from 2012-13, Baldwin helped the Crimson to an Ivy League title and undefeated 7-0 campaign in 2013. Harvard posted a 21-9-5 record over her two years in Cambridge. Baldwin also served as an assistant coach at St. Bonaventure from 2010-2012, assisting the Bonnies to its third- and fourth-straight appearances in the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
Baldwin is a 2006 graduate of St. Bonaventure University, where she was a two-time captain and All-Atlantic 10 selection. She also spent a year at Providence, where she was named to the Big East All-Rookie team and the Soccer Buzz All-Northeast rookie team.
Holding NSCAA National and Advanced National diplomas, Baldwin coached the 2014 US Youth Soccer National Champions for NEFC. Baldwin resides in Scituate with her husband Blake and children, Teddy and Neely.