Coach Kelli Baker is the Boswell High School Head Girls Soccer Coach. He previously coached in Keller ISD. While in Keller he served as the Varsity Girls Assistant Coach & JV Head Coach at Fossil Ridge High School from 2012-2014 Seasons. During that time he also taught and coached at Fossil Hill Middle School. He taught Texas History and coached boys Football, Basketball, Track, and Soccer. Prior to his time in Keller, Coach Baker was the Assistant Soccer Coach at Westlake Academy for both the High School and Junior High level. While there Coach Baker lead the Co-ed squad to the 2011 TCAF Varsity Soccer State Championship winning the school’s first state title in soccer in the absence of the head coach.
Coach Baker’s player career started locally playing Club soccer from the age of 12 and eventually playing high school soccer at Keller High School. Coach Baker then went on to gain a scholarship to play Division II soccer at Upper Iowa University where he earned the honor of Freshmen All-Conference Utility Player in 2003. After his sophomore season Coach Baker transferred to Brigham Young University-Idaho where he finished up his last two years of eligibility playing both in goal and on the field for the universities Club Soccer team.
While attending BYU-I Coach Baker met his wife Danielle Baker. They had their first child, Tristan Baker and in 2010 they completed their family with their daughter, Laurelai Baker.
Coach Baker currently holds a U.S.S.F. "D" License & an N.S.C.A.A. Level 4 License. He is an active member of the Texas Association of Soccer Coaches and the Texas High School Coaches Association.
I played soccer from the age of 4 to 18, and it has always been a passion of mine. I graduated from Auburn University with a degree in Chemistry, and began teaching in 2013. This is my second year as the assistant coach of the Boswell Girls' Soccer team, and I am so excited for what this next season holds!