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U.S. Soccer: Tracey Kevins named U-15 girls coach
by Mike Woitalla, June 17th, 2017 10:04AM
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TAGS:  u.s. under-15 girls national team, women's national team, youth, youth girls


Tracey Kevins, most recently assistant coach of the NWSL's Seattle Reign, has been named head coach of the U.S. U-15 girls national team. Her appointment ups to seven the number of full-time head coaches in the U.S. youth women’s and girls national team program.

2017 U.S. Youth National Team Coaches
U-20: Jitka Klimkova
U-19: Keri Sarver
U-18: Jaime Frias
U-17: Mark Carr
U-16: Kacey White
U-15: Tracey Kevins
U-14: April Kater

Kevins, who has been coaching at U.S. Soccer Training Centers since 2013, coached the L.A. Blues to a 15-0-0 record and 2014 USL W-League title. She served as assistant and head coach for various youth national nationals in her native England from 2004 to 2013. Her club coaching career includes the FA Women’s Premier League Cup title in 2011 with Barnet FC Ladies.

Tracey Kevins

As a player, she captained Barnet FC in 1989-2003 and began coaching its reserve team upon retiring. She also coached boys teams at Wealdstone FC.

“Tracey has a wealth of domestic and international experience that identified her as the best candidate to lead our U-15 girls national team,” said April Heinrichs, U.S. Soccer's Youth Women's National Team Director. “She has a great understanding of how to teach 13-, 14-, and 15 years-olds and how to send them home with doses of inspiration so they are improving every day, not just when we have them in national team camp.”

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