Pamela Malone

Teacher and Coach, Chagrin Falls High School

PCA Trainers

For the past 34 years Pamela has taught Health, Physical Education and Sport Management at Chagrin Falls High School. With a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology she has used her expertise in implementing creative fitness based physical education curriculum and specifically coaching the girls soccer team. Her coaching resume includes being the winningest female soccer coach in the State of Ohio with 398 victories, also the first female coach in the state to reach that milestone. Her soccer career also includes two State championships in soccer (1996 & 2021) and state runner-up (2019). She has been selected as All-Ohio coach of the year four times, as well as, the State of Ohio recipient of the Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award twice. She was also a regional coach of the year for the National Soccer Coaches Association in 1996 and 2021 and most recently named the United Soccer Coaches’ National Coach of the Year. She has officially retired from coaching with the fall 2021 season. She has also coached field hockey, lacrosse, cheerleading and softball. She has been a PCA trainer since 2016.