Tue Sep 19
Postponed
Springfield
at Lasell
Tue Sep 19
Final
1 Endicott
3 at Wheaton
Tue Sep 19
Cancelled
Clark
at Southern Vt.
Tue Sep 19
Final
1 Salem St.
7 at MIT
Tue Sep 19
Final
0 Babson
3 at Brandeis
Tue Sep 19
Final - 2OT
2 Wellesley
2 at Roger Williams
Tue Sep 19
Final - 2OT
0 Trinity (Conn.)
0 at Emerson
Wed Sep 20
Final
6 Wesleyan (Conn.)
0 at Mount Holyoke
Wed Sep 20
Final
0 Coast Guard
1 at Connecticut Col.
Silfen Field
Wed Sep 20
Final
0 Wentworth
1 at WPI
Sat Sep 23
12:00 PM
Emerson
at Springfield
Sat Sep 23
1:00 PM
Babson
at Clark
Play With Pride
Sat Sep 23
1:00 PM
Coast Guard
at WPI
Sat Sep 23
1:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at Wellesley
Sat Sep 23
3:00 PM
Smith
at MIT
Sun Sep 24
2:00 PM
Wheaton
at Maine Maritime
Mon Sep 25
6:00 PM
Johnson & Wales (RI)
at Coast Guard
Mon Sep 25
7:00 PM
Roger Williams
at WPI
Tue Sep 26
4:00 PM
Tufts
at MIT
Tue Sep 26
6:00 PM
Lesley
at Emerson
6th Annual Charles River Cup
Tue Sep 26
6:00 PM
Bay Path
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Sep 26
7:00 PM
Clark
at Elms
Tue Sep 26
7:00 PM
Mass.-Dartmouth
at Springfield
Tue Sep 26
7:00 PM
Wellesley
at Brandeis
Wed Sep 27
4:00 PM
Trinity (Conn.)
at Wheaton
Wed Sep 27
4:00 PM
Smith
at Western New Eng.
Wed Sep 27
7:00 PM
Babson
at Endicott
Fri Sep 29
7:00 PM
Wellesley
at Coast Guard
Fri Sep 29
7:00 PM
MIT
at Clark
2nd Annual Alzheimer's Awareness Game
Sat Sep 30
12:00 PM
Springfield
at Mount Holyoke
Sat Sep 30
1:00 PM
Babson
at Wheaton
Sat Sep 30
2:00 PM
WPI
at Smith
Tue Oct 03
4:00 PM
Wheaton
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 03
6:00 PM
Smith
at Emerson
Tue Oct 03
6:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 03
7:00 PM
Babson
at WPI
Tue Oct 03
7:00 PM
Clark
at Springfield
Thu Oct 05
7:00 PM
Fitchburg St.
at Clark
Fri Oct 06
7:00 PM
Mount Holyoke
at MIT
Sat Oct 07
1:00 PM
Smith
at Wheaton
Sat Oct 07
1:00 PM
Emerson
at WPI
Sat Oct 07
1:00 PM
Springfield
at Wellesley
Sat Oct 07
2:00 PM
Coast Guard
at Babson
Sun Oct 08
12:30 PM
MIT
at Williams
Tue Oct 10
3:30 PM
MIT
at Wellesley
Tue Oct 10
4:30 PM
Babson
at Springfield
Tue Oct 10
6:00 PM
Wheaton
at Emerson
Tue Oct 10
6:00 PM
Clark
at Mount Holyoke
Tue Oct 10
7:00 PM
Smith
at Coast Guard
No Event
No Event
No Event
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Holton Selected as Head Women's Soccer Coach/Assistant SID at WPI

Holton Selected as Head Women's Soccer Coach/Assistant SID at WPI

WORCESTER, Mass. - WPI Director of Physical Education, Recreation and Athletics Dana L. Harmon announced today the hiring of Corey Holton as the Head Women's Soccer Coach.  Holton becomes the first full-time coach in the 17-year history of women’s soccer at the university and will have additional responsibilities including teaching physical education classes and serving as an assistant sports information director.

"We are very excited that Corey Holton is joining our department and athletic program," commented Harmon.  "She is an outstanding professional and coach who has a proven track record of success with her student-athletes on the field and in the classroom, and we are looking forward to her leadership of our WPI women's soccer program."

Holton arrives at WPI after three record-breaking seasons as head coach of Concordia (TX) where she recently was recognized as the 2011 American Southwest Conference Coach of the Year. This past fall the Tornadoes posted a 14-6 overall record, were regionally ranked for the first time in school history and saw a record-high seven student-athletes named to the all-conference team.  

Inheriting a team that had never won more than four games, Holton guided Concordia to 10-6-3 mark during her second season in 2010 and a spot in the American Southwest Conference Tournament for the first time in program history.  Her program’s success has not been limited to the soccer field; the Tornadoes have sported a pair of Capital One Division III Academic All-District VIII performers and the women’s soccer program had a team GPA of over 3.0 all three years.

“I would like to thank Dana Harmon and WPI for the opportunity to lead the women's soccer team, commented Holton. “I am honored to be joining the WPI community and I am confident that the women's soccer program can achieve great success in the coming years."

Prior to her experience at Concordia, Holton served as the assistant coach at Greensboro College in North Carolina.  During her three seasons at Greensboro, she helped the Pride compile a 30-21-6 record, which included a record-breaking season of 14-4-1 in 2007.  Holton acted as the recruiting coordinator while also teaching in kinesiology department, and working in academic support, disability services and academic advising.   

A native of Wilmington, Vermont, Holton graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Elmira where she was a four-year letter winner and two-year captain for the Soaring Eagles.  She spent the 2005-06 academic year as a prestigious Bushnell intern for communications with the ECAC.  Her duties included organizing NCAA Division II and III soccer championships as well as the Division I Soccer Jamboree.  While with the ECAC, Holton also wrote for the Cape Cod Times.

Holton earned her master’s degree in sports studies at High Point in 2008 and holds a USSF National “C” License and a state goalkeeping license.