Kim McCormack returns to her alma mater in 2011-12 as an assistant coach for a third season following a one-year hiatus. She previously spent the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons with the Lyons coaching staff.
McCormack began her coaching career at Curry College in 2007-08.
While at Curry, which is located in her hometown of Milton,
McCormack was charged with recruiting and scouting duties as the
lone assistant coach.
A four-year Lyon who graduated in 2007 with a degree in history, McCormack capped her career in 2006-07 by leading the squad to its first league tournament semifinal contest since 1996. That same season, McCormack helped the Blue and White set a school record for conference victories while advancing to its initial Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament title game.
McCormack graduated fifth in program history in career steals (204) and eighth in rebounds (620). She completed her four years with 873 points in 98 contests.
McCormack is currently enrolled in graduate courses at UMass-Boston and is a teacher at St. Mary's.