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Coaching Jan 17, 2019

Central Michigan women’s soccer adds Taylor Stevens to staff

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MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (Via Central Michigan University) – Central Michigan women’s soccer coach Jeremy Groves has named Taylor Stevens to an assistant-coaching position.

Stevens, who played for Groves when Groves coached at Murray State, served as a graduate assistant in the Racers’ program in 2017-18, helping them to two Ohio Valley Conference tournament championships and the 2017 OVC regular-season title.

Stevens was an assistant coach at Southern Indiana in 2016 and has coached at the club, youth and scholastic levels for some five years. She is certified by United Soccer Coaches. Her primary duties on Groves’ staff will be in working the goalkeepers, midfielders and strikers.

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As a player, Stevens earned First Team All-OVC honors as she helped lead Murray State to OVC regular-season and tournament championships in 2015. She finished her career with 11 goals and 14 assists and held the program record for career minutes played. She was Murray State’s NCAA Women of the Year nominee.

She played for the Nashville Wolves of the Women’s Premier Soccer League in 2015.

Stevens earned her bachelor of science degree from Murray State with a major in exercise science, graduating magna cum laude with a 3.68 grade point average. She was granted her master’s in human development and leadership in December.

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