Grayson County High School graduate Kylee Gorby has entered her second season at the head coach of the Spalding University women’s basketball program.
In her first season, Gorby guided Spalding to a 3-4 overall record.
Prior to taking the helm at Spalding, Gorby served as an assistant coach at Georgetown College where she helped guide the Tigers to a 22-11 record and appearance in the NAIA Division I National Tournament in 2019. While at Georgetown, Gorby assisted Head Coach James Jackson in recruiting, creating and implementing scouting reports, creating and conducting individual workouts, mental training activities, as well as organizing and implementing fundraisers.
As player, Gorby was a four-year letterwinner at Asbury University in Wilmore, helping lead the Eagles to the first NAIA National Tournament appearance in school history in 2014-15, as well as a return trip to the big dance in 2015-16. The 5-9 guard also helped guide the Eagles to back-to-back KIAC tournament titles. For her career, Gorby scored 1,197 points, pulled down 452 rebounds and dished out 410 assists, earning First Team All-KIAC and NAIA All-Tournament team honors in her senior season.
Prior to Asbury University, Gorby starred at Grayson County High School.
Gorby, a Leitchfield native, is a graduate of Asbury University where she earned B.A. in Media Communications.