Women's Soccer |
Aug. 16, 2007
Former Morehead State goalkeeper Stefani Workman is entering her third season as an assistant women's soccer coach at the University of Cincinnati. Workman has responsibilities throughout the program, including goalkeeper training. She also handles team travel arrangements, recruiting, video analysis and oversees the community service efforts of the women's soccer student-athletes.
Workman was a four-year starter in goal at Morehead State. As a senior in 2004, Workman twice earned Ohio Valley Conference Player of the Week honors, while compiling 80 saves and a 1.26 goals against average.
Workman worked with the Kentucky Youth Olympic Development Program in 2005. She also spent time at the Region II ODP Development Group in Illinois in 2005, training goalkeepers. Workman has also trained keepers in the prestigious SoccerPlus Camps during the past three summers and currently works with the Ohio Youth Soccer League's Metro United squad as the technical trainer. She holds the USSF Youth National "C" License and NSCAA Goalkeeping State, Regional and National Diplomas.
A native of Poca, W. Va., Workman was named the 2000 West Virginia Soccer Coaches Goalkeeper of the Year while at Poca High School. She was named to the all-state team four times, including first-team recognition in 1998, 1999, and 2000.
Workman graduated from MSU in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in corporate exercise science.