Girls Soccer Coach
Coach Rennie Rebe is a former Texas A&M soccer player who brings 20 years of head coaching experience to Jordan High School. She started her career at Franklin High School, in El Paso, where she had a district record of 30-0. She went on to coach at Stony Point in Round Rock, Kingwood in Humble, Westlake in Austin, where her team had a run of 48 straight district wins. She also coached in Hendrickson in Pflugerville, where her team defeated Katy Tompkins, in the finals, to win the 2017 6A State Championship; the first State Championship for any team in PfISD.
Over the years, Coach Rebe has been recognized for her coaching ability by her peers, at the National, Regional, State, and District level. Most recently, she received the NFHS Texas Coach of the Year Award for Girls Soccer and TopDrawer Winter All Region Coach-Texas South.
Coach Rebe graduated from Texas A&M and went on to earn a Master’s Degree, in Educational Administration, from Texas State University. In 1996, Coach Rebe was inducted, as an athlete, into the El Paso High School Athletic Hall of Fame and in 2018 she was inducted, as a coach, into the city of El Paso’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Along with six Regional Final appearances, Coach Rebe has accumulated a career overall record of 383-95-35.
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