Seton Welcomes New Field Hockey Coach

Morgan Feehery will join the coaching staff at Elizabeth Seton High School as the new Field Hockey Coach. Ms. Feehery has been a Sales Representative for a National Distribution Company, competing among her colleagues to have the largest growing territory in the state of Maryland. Ms. Feehery's competitive nature has been instilled in her since the age of three when she started playing sports. She has always been a multiple sport athlete, participating in softball, basketball and track & field, but quickly excelled in field hockey. She began her field hockey journey with the Strikers, a traveling team from Cecil County MD, that competed year-round, including indoor hockey in the winter. Morgan attended Elkton High school where she played four years for the varsity field hockey team and served as team captain, made the all county team and lead the team in scoring two of the four years. While at Elkton, she had the opportunity to compete twice in the state championship and three times in the regional finals. Her collegiate career took place at Villa Julie (currently known as Stevenson University), where she obtained a Bachelors degree in Paralegal Studies and a Masters degree in Forensics, while a dual sport athlete for four years, playing Field Hockey and Softball. During her time at Villa Julie, she was nominated as the SAC President, team captain, and was leading scorer two years in a row. In more recent years, Ms. Feehery used her knowledge and love for the sport to become an assistant coach at Eastern Tech High school and continued to play for the Baltimore Field Hockey Association. We are excited to welcome her back to Seton!