Kelsi Pack enters her fourth year as the Valkyries' Basketball Assistant Coach as well as serving as an Administrative Assistant for two years.
While at Converse, Pack guided the Valkyries to a victory during the 2014-15 season against Southern Wesleyan on Jan. 24, 2015 in a 78-68 win filling in for, then, coach Beth Couture.
Kelsi started her coaching career in 2008 as an assistant coach at Chapman High School and was later named the head coach. At the helm, she led Chapman to three playoff appearances in her four-year tenure and one collegiate signee.
Prior to beginning her coaching career, Pack (formerly Koenig) was a four-year member of the Wofford Terriers women's basketball team from 2004-08. She led the Terriers in scoring during her sophomore and junior seasons with 11.0 and 10.3 ppg. Pack was named to the Preseason All-SOCON team during her junior year.
Pack ranks 14th all-time in scoring at Wofford with 940 points. She posted a 300 point season during her junior year. She also ranks in the top-10 in Wofford history in free throw percentage (.736) and one of three players to go perfect at the charity stripe hitting 10-10 free throws made in a single game against Wake Forest on Nov. 22, 2006.
A native of Mandeville, Louisiana graduated from Wofford College in 2008 with a degree in Biology and a concentration in Secondary Education. Pack received her Master's of Education in August of 2015 from Converse.
Kelsi and her husband, Will, are proud parents of Nathanael Tyler along with being foster parents. The Pack family resides in the Spartanburg area.