Kate Goldberg grew up in Prairie Village, Kansas where she attended Shawnee Mission East High School. She finished her stellar athletic high school career as a two-time state champion in soccer while also finishing sixth all-time in scoring, third in assists, and fourth in rebounding on the court. From there she walked on to the University of Oklahoma, eventually earning a full scholarship after her freshman year and earning a role as captain her senior year. While at OU she took two trips to the Sweet 16, a trip to the Elite 8, and a trip to the National Championship game against UConn. In the classroom, Kate was a six-time Sooner Scholar and Commissioner's Honor Roll selection, an Academic All-Big 12 member for three years, and was the winner of the OU Alumni Academic Scholarship from Kansas from 1999-2001. After earning a degree in English Education, Kate went on to become an Assistant Coach at Norman North High School for one year. She then moved to become the Head Coach at Richardson High School for 4 years. She led her team to the state tournament in just her second year guiding her team to 19 wins and a 17 game turnaround from the year before. From there she moved to Richland High School as the Head Coach for 3 years. She guided her girls to the school’s first playoff game and win in 17 years as well as back-to-back playoff appearances. Kate also served as the Head Coach and Athletic Coordinator at Mansfield High School for 4 years before accepting A position at Keller High School. In her first season at Keller, Kate led the Indians to a Bi-District Championship and went on to win three district titles in the next four years. In two of the last three years she's led her team to the regional semi-finals. While at the helm at Keller, Kate has amassed 111 wins against only 48 losses including last year’s team record of 28 wins.