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Kelly Moylan
 Kelly Moylan
Assistant Coach

8th yr.


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Moylan's Trophy Case
• 7th all-time in career 3-point field goal percentage at K-State
• 11th all-time in career 3-pointers made at K-State
• 11th all-time in career 3-pointers attempted at K-State

Moylan's Playing Experience
• Kansas State, 1989-93

Kelly Moylan is in her eighth season as an assistant coach at Kansas State.

Moylan, a four-year letterwinner for the Wildcats from 1989-93, most recently served as head girls varsity basketball coach at nearby Junction City (Kan.) High School the last two years. She compiled a 30-15 career record with the Blue Jays and guided the team to a 17-5 mark this past season. Moylan garnered co-Coach of the Year honors leading Junction City to a tied for first finish in the Centennial League.

Moylan ranks 11th all-time in both career three-pointers made (108) and three-pointers attempted (281) at K-State. She also ranks seventh all-time in career three-point field goal percentage (38.4). During the 1991-92 season as a junior, Moylan finished third-best in the Big Eight Conference shooting 39.3 percent (53-135) from behind the arc.

Prior to her head coaching position at Junction City High School, Moylan served as head girls varsity basketball coach at Hiawatha (Kan.) High School from 1997-99. She was also the school's head volleyball coach and taught physical education.

Originally from Emmett, Kan., Moylan is a 1994 graduate of K-State with a bachelor's degree in physical education. She started her collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant women's basketball coach at Northern Iowa, where she completed her master's degree in physical education in 1996.

A local prep standout at St. Mary's (Kan.) High School, Moylan was named an honorable mention All-American by USA TODAY and a consensus all-state selection as a senior. She was also honored as the 1989 Kansas Sports Magazine Player of the Year and recorded 1,841 career points at St. Mary's.