Head Coach, Women’s Soccer


The head coach is responsible for recruiting and organization of the women’s soccer program. This is a 12-month appointment. 


  • Organizes, in conjunction with the director of athletics, all aspects of the women’s soccer program, including facility, competition, practice schedule, and team operations.

  • Serves as the recruiter for the sport of women’s soccer, identifying and evaluating potential students with that interest and organizing their recruitment in conjunction with the Office of Admissions.

  • Acts as an ambassador of the College and conducts oneself in a positive manner to heighten the awareness of the institution to all of its constituents.

  • Works closely with the promotional and fundraising efforts of the athletic department.

  • Follows all institutional, G-MAC, and NCAA regulations regarding women’s soccer in particular and athletics in general.

  • Makes budgetary suggestions regarding the proper operations and staffing of the areas of responsibility.

  • Projects and promotes an inclusive education, with the highest standards, where student-athletes are empowered to lead lives of personal significance and professional success as global citizens.

  • Operates within the mission of the College and athletics department to ensure a full NCAA DII student-athlete experience.

  • Builds successful relations with alumni.

  • Availability to work evenings and weekends and to travel for team practices, competitions, and scouting.

  • Assists with the transportation of the team in vans or buses, upon approval.

  • Other duties as assigned by the director of athletics.


Under the NCAA Bylaw 11.1.6 Sports-Safety Training, each head coach and all other coaches who are employed full-time at an institution shall maintain current certification in first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and automatic external defibrillator (AED) use.

All members of the department of athletics staff are responsible for following all institutional and NCAA regulations regarding recruiting and operations of the program and understanding that the department of athletics staff members who knowingly violate, conceal, or attempt to cover up violations of NCAA rules shall be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment.