Women's Soccer Coaches Community

The Women's Soccer Coaches Community (formerly Women's Committee) was established in 1991 to be a powerful voice in the NSCAA, to advocate for women coaches and for the women's game. Our purpose is to elevate, highlight and develop women and the women's game through support, collaboration and activism - from youth to the national level. The group is dedicated to all coaches of women's soccer through recognition, education, leadership, communication and cooperation with other organizations.

Get Involved

   

Are you a passionate advocate for the women's game? We encourage you to sign up to be involved in one of our task forces! Our goals are simple: 

1. Recruit and Retain Female Coaches

2. Promote and Advocate for Female Leaders in the Game

3. Develop and Support Educational Opportunities around the Women's Game

4. Recognize and Celebrate Coaches and the Women’s Game

Latest News & Newsletter

Exhibit Hall Grand Opening. Michelle Aker interviewed by topdrawersoccer.com. 1/17/2013.

From scholarships and awards announcements to activities going on around the country (networking, coaching education and more), the Women's Soccer Coaches Community keeps you up to date with the happenings in the women's soccer community. 

[+] Sign up for the quarterly newsletter

[+] Follow @nscaawomen on Twitter

Awards & Scholarships

Louise Waxler Award of Excellence 2009

The Women's Soccer Coaches Community offers opportunities for females and coaches of women to be recognized throughout the year. A list of scholarships and awards are as follows. Click on the link for details and to find out how you can submit an application or be nominated. 

History & Leadership

Women's Committee history

The Women's Soccer Coaches Community was established in 1991 to be a powerful voice in the NSCAA, to promote the women's game and to represent all levels of women in coaching - from youth to the national level. 

Purpose Statement

We are advocates for women coaches and for the women's game. Our purpose is to elevate, highlight and develop women and the women's game through support, collaboration and activism.

History

Women's Committee history

The Women's Soccer Coaches Community (formerly Women's Committee) was established in 1991 to be a powerful voice in the NSCAA, to promote the women's game and to represent all levels of women in coaching - from youth to the national level. The committee is dedicated to all coaches of women's soccer through recognition, education, leadership, communication and cooperation with other organizations.

Today, the Women's Soccer Coaches Community operates as part of the NSCAA Membership Council alongside the following Membership Groups: Black Soccer Coaches, the Latin American Soccer Coaches, LGBT Soccer Coaches, Portuguese American Soccer Coaches, Youth Soccer Coaches, High School Soccer Coaches, College Soccer Coaches, Professional Soccer Coaches and Native American Soccer Coaches. The Women's Soccer Coaches Community boasts a growing membership and sees turnout at the annual open meeting increase every year. We seek to retain legitimacy, credibility and consistency within the NSCAA and are seeking representation at all levels of the women's game. All youth, high school, college and professional coaches of women are welcome to join our membership at large.

Leadership

Dr. Melissa Price, Chair
E: melissaprice@unr.edu
Follow @missypricephd

Members and Advisors