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Women’s Soccer

One of the youngest Olympic sports at West Virginia University, Mountaineer women’s soccer is also undoubtedly the most successful. Coach Nikki Izzo-Brown has built a powerhouse program that played for the national championship in 2016 and has won Big East and Big 12 championships. The program also produces All-Americans, professional players, Olympic and International team selections. Kadeisha Buchanan was the Hermann Trophy winner in 2016, college soccer’s version of the Heisman Trophy. The team plays its home matches at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium, adjacent to the WVU Coliseum.


  • Day-to-day training organization and set up
  • Game day preparation and set up
  • Assist in stat keeping, organization of technologically-advanced equipment and game day video recording
  • Day-to-day office organization
  • Assist with social media responsibilities

Related Occupations

  • Entry level scouting positions
  • Event management
  • Internal team operations
  • External team operations
  • Collegiate sport administration
  • Sport data analytics
  • Equipment and facility management


All managers must be full-time students

All managers must be a full-time graduate or undergraduate student at WVU, except that during his/her final term, he/she may be less than full-time provided he/she is enrolled in all courses necessary to graduate at the end of the term.