Felicia Waldock joined the UC staff in July 2014 as the Director of Operations.
Waldock, a native of Cincinnati, played collegiate soccer at South Carolina for two seasons before transferring to Purdue to cap off her career. With the Gamecocks, she led the team in scoring her sophomore season and helped them earn an 11-6-4 record. She scored 13 goals in 47 games for the Boilers, sharing the team lead with eight in 2008. Waldock played in all 25 games for Purdue's 2007 team that won a program-record 20 games and won the Big Ten Tournament crown.
Following her collegiate career, she played professionally in Finland in 2011, finishing as the team's top goal scorer which led to her receiving a contract to play in Sweden in 2012.
Waldock then headed to Texas A&M International after her international career, where she was an assistant coach for the women's team. She aided the Dustdevils in posting one of their most successful seasons in program history and earning their first conference tournament bid. Additionally, four players were selected as all-conference players, an honor no TAMIU player had received prior to that season.
She has also garnered three gold medals representing the U.S. In 2009 and 2013, Waldock led the Americans to gold at the Deaflypmics and was awarded the unofficial "Golden Boot Award" both years for being the tournament's top goal scorer. She added another gold medal at the Deaf World Cup in 2012. Following the tournament, she was selected as the inaugural winner of U.S. Soccer's Disabled Athlete of the Year award.