Katie Brophy Miles
Head Coach, Women’s Golf
2007 WCA Graduate, Class #11
Katie Brophy Miles is in her sixth season serving as Head Coach of Women’s Golf at Georgetown University. She’s an LPGA Class A Teaching & Club Professional and has coached at the Division I level for over ten years. She was named the 2016 BIG EAST Coach of the Year and nominated for the 2015 LPGA Coach of the Year.
A native of Spokane, WA, she attended the University of Notre Dame, where she captained the golf team during her junior and senior seasons. While serving as an assistant coach for five seasons, she earned her Master’s degree in Athletic Administration/Sport Management from Indiana University in 2009. Katie finished the coursework for her Ph.D. in Human Performance with an emphasis in Sport Management and a minor in Telecommunications. She is writing her dissertation on how social media has transformed NCAA recruiting. She is also pursuing a certificate in Business Administration from Georgetown University.
Katie has been heavily involved with the Alliance of Women Coaches since its inception. She was fortunate to attend the 2007 NCAA Women Coaches Academy right after her first year in coaching. She has attended, what was known as, the NCAA Women Coaches Academy Level II as well as the Huddle. Some of her passions include women in athletics, human rights and Title IX. Katie served as a panelist alongside ESPN’s Kate Fagan at the WeCoachU Regional Workshop event at Seton Hall in 2015. She attended the Women’s Leadership Symposium in 2008, 2011 and 2014 and spoke at the Baltimore WLS in 2015.
Brophy Miles has also been a NACWAA member since 2012. In the summer of 2016 she attended the Institute for Administrative Advancement (IAA) in Denver –where she had the pleasure of learning alongside the Women Coaches Academy attendees.
In her spare time, Brophy Miles loves to run, hike and travel the world. She married her husband Chris Miles last summer. The two are proud parents of a Boston Terrier puppy.