Robyn Serge Announced as Women?s Soccer Head Coach/Compliance Officer (USA)
On Wednesday morning, Maritime Director of Athletics Heather MacCulloch announced the hiring of Robyn Serge as the Head Coach of the Women’s Soccer team and Compliance Officer for the department, effective immediately.
“It is with great pleasure that I announce the hiring of Robyn to our staff at Maritime College,” said MacCulloch.?”Robyn joins us with a wealth of experience and we are lucky to have her coming on board as not only our Head Women’s Soccer Coach/Compliance Officer but as our Senior Woman Administrator, a senior leadership role I know she will excel at. We are excited for her to start her tenure with us and look forward to great success from her in the future.”
Serge takes over as the fourth coach in the history of the program, which is heading into its second decade of existence. Over its first 10 seasons, the women’s soccer program has recorded 42 wins and five ties after starting up in 2006 as a new sport at Maritime College.
“I’m very excited to come to Maritime as the Head Women’s Soccer Coach and be a part of the Privateer family,” commented Serge. “I appreciate everything that Heather ?MacCulloch and the administration have done to bring me on staff. The support I’ve already received and the welcome that has been shown is remarkable.”
In addition to her role as head coach of the women’s soccer program, Serge will also serve as the Compliance Officer for the Department.
As Compliance Officer, Serge will act as an athletic department liaison with the NCAA regarding rules interpretations and compliances issues. She will also be responsible for counselling the athletic department coaches and staff as well as the student-athletes to ensure their knowledge, understanding, and adherence to rules, regulations, policies, and procedures by the college as well as the NCAA.
Serge comes to Maritime from St. Michael’s High School in Santa Fe, New Mexico as the Head Soccer Coach, and was also a science teacher. During?her stint as head coach, the Horsemen went 10-0 in district games each year, while also earning two state runner-up crowns in both 2014 and 2015.
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