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Meet one of the few women ever to coach high school football

Natalie Randolph one of few women ever to coach high school football

A young lady by the name of Natalie Randolph did the unthinkable; she coached a boys high school football team. 

On March 13, 2010 Randolph was formally named the head football coach at Coolidge High School in Northwest Washington, making her what is believed to be the only woman coaching boys' varsity high school football in the United States.

Randolph, a 1998 graduate of Sidwell Friends and former sprinter at the University of Virginia, is hardly a football newbie. She was a receiver for the Divas of the Independent Women's Professional League from 2004 to 2008 and an assistant at H.D. Woodson in 2006 and '07. She joined the Coolidge faculty in 2008 but has not coached the previous two seasons.

With one year under her belt, let's move forward to 2011, Watch and listen to Coach Randolph on how she describes her coaching style and what's its like to be a woman football coach...

Video Courtesy of Fox News

Bernell Hooker

Bernell Hooker is the Founder and CEO of Images of Us (IOU) Sports; a non-profit organization that empowers girls and women through education and sports. "Think of yourself as an athlete. I guarantee you it will change the way you walk, the way you work, and the decisions you make about leadership, teamwork, and success." - Mariah Burton Nelson
 

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