Stephanie Webb became Guilford College’s 10th head women’s soccer coach in the program’s 32-year history in May 2017.
In her first two seasons with the Quakers she has an overall record of 12-19-1.
The appointment marks the first college head-coaching position for the former Queens University of Charlotte assistant where Webb helped the team to a 10-7 record in 2016. She joined the Royals’ staff after three years at the University of North Dakota, where she served as associate head women’s soccer coach and recruiting coordinator for the NCAA Division I Fighting Hawks. Webb also taught an upper-level course in applied coaching methods at North Dakota.
A 2009 Stetson University graduate, Webb returned to her alma mater for the 2012 campaign as assistant women’s soccer coach and recruiting coordinator. As a Stetson student-athlete the integrative health sciences major appeared in 25 career games with six starts. She was named to the 2008 Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. The Portsmouth, England, native started her college career at Division II Texas A&M International University where she played in 29 career contests. Webb transferred to Stetson after two productive seasons and remains one of the Dustdevils’ career leaders in goals (16) and points (36). She led the team with 10 goals and 22 points as a sophomore.
Webb earned a master’s degree in sport administration from Central Michigan University in 2012. She spent two seasons as a graduate assistant with the Division I Chippewas. The 2011 unit posted the school’s best winning percentage (.783, 15-3-3) and the highest team grade point average (3.70) of any American college women’s soccer team. Central Michigan captured the 2010 Mid-American Conference regular-season and tournament titles, and featured two all-region selections.
Webb holds a Union of European Football Association (UEFA) B Part 2 Coaching Badge, an Advanced National Diploma from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and a National Youth License.