College of Staten Island '00
Kelly Flahive moves into the assistant coaching role with the Army women's basketball staff this season after serving as Director of Women's Basketball Operations during the 2004-05 campaign. In this role, Flahive will assist with team scouting, alumni and community relations, marketing, scheduling, west coach and northeast recruiting and served as the point guard coach.
From 2001-2004, Flahive served as the first assistant at Montclair State under former head coach Jaime Hoffman. During the 2003-04 season, the Red Hawks posted a 21-7 record, marking the most victories for an MSU squad since 1991. Montclair advanced to the NJAC Tournament for the first time since 1999, in addition to securing the No. 1 seed in the ECAC Division III Metro Tournament.
During her three-year tenure at Montclair, the Red Hawks posted a record of 46-32. In addition to her coaching duties, Flahive also served as an NCAA Intern for Women and Minorities in Sport and was an assistant for the Academic Services for Athletes department.
A 2000 graduate of the College of Staten Island, Flahive obtained her B.S. in Mathematics and is currently working on her master's degree in Coaching and Sport Administration from Montclair State. In her playing days at CSI, Flahive was the Dolphins' starting point guard for three seasons, setting a CUNY Athletic Conference record for assists in a game. Flahive also played one season at the U.S. Naval Academy before transferring to CSI. Upon graduation, Flahive spent one season at Rutgers-Newark where she shouldered several coaching responsibilities, working with the basketball, soccer and softball teams.
A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Flahive now resides at West Point.