Kesha Christoph

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Kesha Christoph

Kesha Christoph played Division I soccer at George Washington University, where she was team captain and an Atlantic 10 All-Conference player. During law school, she coached at the Division I level at Cleveland State University, which was a new program at the time. She was previously the Director of college placement and NCAA initial eligibility director at SPIRE Institute.

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