Coppin, a 2020 UA graduate, had her final season cut short due to schools moving to remote learning during the Coronavirus pandemic. However, Coppin’s impact in her previous seasons and the four games the team played before athletics ended was enough to put her in the school and NCHSAA record books. Coppin earned recognition as an All-State player, two time All-Conference and All-Region player, and the PAC goalkeeper of the year. In her career at UA, she recorded 217 saves and holds the NCHSAA record with 57 shutouts.
Coppin’s success in the goal helped lead her team to back-to-back NCHSAA state championships in 2018 and 2019 and UA’s first team championship. The team’s record over the last four years was 73-3-2 with a win streak of 48 games. Vic Johnsonrecord as the head women’s coach over the past 8 seasons is 138-21-11.
Coppin signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her soccer and academic career at UNC-Pembroke.