Britni Mohney is entering her third year has head coach of the Salem College cross country team, and will lead them this year to their first season in the USA South Athletic Conference.
Mohney came to Salem from Keuka College in New York. At Keuka, Mohney was the assistant women’s basketball coach and the cross country coach for both men and women for the past year. Her duties with the two teams at Keuka included scouting, recruiting, scheduling, and practice planning.
Keuka reached the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) Semifinal Game this past season. They had three student-athletes earn All-NEAC honors. The Storm were second in conference play in the NEAC regular season.
Prior to Keuka, Mohney was the graduate assistant basketball coach at Utica College in New York. At Utica, she was in charge of scouting, recruiting, budgeting, and conducting study halls along with other duties. While she was at Utica, she also received her Masters of Business Administration in Economic Crime and Fraud Management.
Mohney played four years of basketball at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania. She was the captain of the team her senior season in 2010-11. At Allegheny, she won the best all-around player award in 2008. She was a four-year member of Allegheny’s Student Athlete Advisory Council. Mohney’s basketball team at Allegheny qualified for the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) postseason tournament all four years.
Mohney graduated from Ford City High School in Pennsylvania, where she played basketball and ran track.
“Having this opportunity to join Salem College and the Athletic Department has been a very rewarding experience,” said Mohney. “Being on campus, I had already felt a sense of comfort not just from the atmosphere, but from the people who work at Salem College.”