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Harvard adds Tracey Leone to women's staff
May 11th, 2007 7:45PM

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Former U.S. international Tracey Leone, who led the USA to the 2002 Under-19 Women's World Championship title, will work as an assistant at Harvard University alongside husband Ray Leone, the new Crimson women's head coach.

Recently the duo spent time together at Arizona State with Tracey joining the Sun Devils' staff in 2005 as an assistant. Prior to ASU, Tracey and Ray coached together at Clemson with each serving stints as the Tigers' head coach. Tracey broke into the collegiate coaching ranks at Creighton, serving as an assistant for the Bluejays.  

In her playing days, Leone starred at North Carolina and spent four years as a member of the U.S. women's national team that culminated with the Americans winning the 1991 Women's World Championship.



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