The Hingham (Mass.) High School School girls soccer team has enjoyed the luxury of having a high-profile head coach, with an ultra-impressive resume in recent years.
That trend will continue with the hiring of the program’s new head coach.
Earlier this week, Hingham named Mary-Frances Monroe as the next girls head coach, as announced by principal Rick Swanson and director of athletics Jim Quatromoni.
It was a no-brainer hire for HHS, as Monroe brings a wealth of experience at the highest levels of collegiate and professional soccer. She was a college head coach for 14 years, combined, between the University of Albany and the University of Miami. She also currently serves as the Commissioner of the Development Player League (DPL), an elite platform for youth soccer clubs to compete across the country.