STANDISH, Maine – Saint Joseph's College Women's Soccer Head Coach Jenelle Harris has announced a pair of changes in regards to her coaching staff.
Will Pike '11, who is now in his fifth season serving as the Goalkeeper Coach for the men's and women's teams, has been elevated to the Head Assistant position and recent grad Emily DeLuca '18 has been named as an Assistant Coach.
Both alums bring plenty of hardware to the table, as Pike claimed a pair of First Team All-Conference and 2009 GNAC Defensive Player of the Year accolades and DeLuca earned a pair of All-GNAC awards and was named Second Team All-New England following her senior season.
"We are excited to have Will continue as the goalkeeper coach and step into the role of Head Assistant Coach for the women's program, where he will have more responsibility organizing training sessions, in-game management, and recruiting," adds Coach Harris. "The knowledge, experience, and energy he brings align with our program's foundation: competitive fire, commitment, accountability, and family."
"We are excited to have Emily continue with our program as an assistant coach," says Harris. "She has already transitioned easily into this new role from being a leader and a two-year captain during her collegiate career. Emily's passion, knowledge, and excitement also align with our program's foundation."
The 2018 women's soccer season kicks off Friday night when the Monks host University of New England in a 7:00 PM start.