Kayley Ralton accepted the assistant women's soccer coaching position at the University of North Georgia on June 16, 2017.
Kayley Ralton finished her third season season as the full-time assistant coach for Armstrong State women's soccer in 2016.
A former four-year standout for Armstrong State soccer from 2006-09, Ralton earned her bachelor's degree in history in 2010 while serving as a student assistant for the Pirates that season. She served as a graduate assistant in 2011 & 2012 while earning her master's in sports medicine from Armstrong State in 2013.
Ralton was a member of the Scotland U19 and U17 national teams and captained the U17 in tournament victories against Wales, USA, Holland and Republic of Ireland. As a member of the Scotland U19 team, she represented Scotland in the first stage and secondstage European Championships.
Ralton currently holds an USSF National B License as well as her NSCAA Goalkeeping Diploma and USA Weightlifting Sports Performance Coaching Certification.
Head coach Eric Faulconer says, "Since 2006, Kayley has made a huge impact with our soccer program - Kayley represents everything that is special about Pirate soccer. She is passionate about the players she coaches, and she is passionate about Armstrong. Kayley has a great soccer mind and is a risingstar in the coaching ranks. We are very fortunate to have her working with our student-athletes. Kayley is not only a special coaching talent, but a special person and that is definitely a winning combination."