- Joined Apr 30, 2005
When Natalie Randolph is introduced Friday morning as head football coach at Coolidge High in Washington, D.C., it will be a big deal for female coaches across the country.
There are roughly 27,000 high schools in the USA, and though record-keeping at that level is spotty, Bruce Howard of the National Federation of State High School Associations said he couldn't remember another woman becoming head coach of a boys football team.
"I can't tell you there's not another one out there, but I haven't heard of one," said Howard, who has been with the national federation for 25 years.
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