Colleen Kilduff graduated from Saint Xavier in 2006 with a degree in History and Secondary Education. She played four years on the softball team where she set multiple national and school records. Kilduff currently holds the career and single season records for, slugging percentage, on base percentage, hits, doubles, homeruns, RBI’s, total bases, and intentional walks. She is a three time NAIA all American and in 2006 she set the NAIA national record for doubles. Also, in 2006 she was named conference, regional, and national player of the year. She was the first athlete in SXU history to be named national player of the year in any sport. After her career at SXU Colleen went on to play one season with the Comcast Chicago Bandits. While on the team she had the opportunity to play with some of the best athletes in the world including Olympians Jennie Finch and Vicky Galindo.
After her 2007 season with the Bandits, Kilduff was hired as the head varsity coach at Mother McAuley High School. In her second year coaching the Mighty Macs she led the team to their second super sectional appearance in school history. She coached eight seasons at McAuley earning a 174-70-2 record, with six conference championships and five regional titles. Colleen has coached many athletes who have gone on to play at the collegiate level either at McAuley, in travel ball, or through private instruction.