Casey King completed her fourth season as an assistant coach with the Endicott women's soccer program in 2018-19.
Since King joined the Gulls, Endicott has produced an overall record of 44-21-11, with a record of 26-6-3 in CCC play. The Gulls have been to four straight CCC semifinals, and have seen 24 women receive All-Conference honors, including Rachel Hanna's Player of the Year nod in 2017.
Outside of Endicott, King coaches with the NEFC Boston Breakers Academy. At the Academy, King is the head coach of the 2001 United team, and assists with the 2003 and 2004 Elite teams. Prior to her time with Endicott and NEFC, she spent three years coaching with the Aztec Soccer Club, another prominent club on the North Shore of Massachusetts, and at Pingree as the girl's varsity assistant coach.
A former NCAA Division II student-athlete at Wingate University, King graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. The Danvers, Mass. native played in 67 matches throughout her four year career as a midfielder, tallying six goals in two assists overall.