Tomorrow, Natalie Randolph is scheduled to be named the head football coach at Coolidge High School in Washington, DC, making her what is believed to be the only woman coaching boys’ varsity high school football in the United States.
Randolph, a 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 coach at H.D. Woodson high school in 2006 and ’07.
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