The free event will start at 12 p.m.
Activities to begin at 12 p.m.
Olivia Lukasewich has been one of the most versatile players in program history.
One of Louisiana Tech's most respected soccer letter winners, Kat McCullough, returns for her third season on the sideline as part of Kevin Sherry's coaching staff.
McCullough lettered four years for the Lady Techsters as the four-time Academic All-WAC performer was an instrumental part of building the Tech soccer program into a winner.
McCullough ended her career at Tech in 2009 and ranks third in career assists with 14 and seventh in games played with 68. She currently ranks fifth in goals (12), fourth in shots on goal (64) and sixth in points (38).
She played three years under Sherry as the Techsters finished with records of 10-5-5 and 12-7-1, respectively in her junior and senior seasons. During her senior year, she was a member of a Lady Techster team that broke six team and 13 individual school records.
After the 2011 season, McCullough was selected to serve as an U.S. Youth Olympic Development coach for the Louisiana U-15 girls team.
She graduated from Louisiana Tech with a bachelor's degree in business and completed her master's degree in business administration at Tech in February 2011. She has a United States Soccer Federation "E" coaching license.
Prior to arriving in Ruston, McCullough was a four-year standout at Coppell High School in Coppell, Texas. She also played for the Solar Soccer Club for two seasons.