Loyola Maryland alum Hannah Hoefs joins Mount St. Mary’s coaching staff
EMMITSBURG, Md. – Mount St. Mary’s women’s soccer announced the addition of Hannah Hoefs to the coaching staff for the 2021 season.
A 2020 graduate of Loyola Maryland, Hoefs spent her first collegiate season working with the Shenandoah Hornets out of Winchester, Virginia. As the lead assistant, she helped head coach Elizabeth Pike in every aspect of the program. This included leading the program’s technical training, along with recruiting and game day preparation.
Further coaching experiences are a stint with Coerver Coaching since 2016, a comprehensive program that educates young programs in both individual skills and team play, and a travel coach/assistant technical director for Shenandoah FC Elite for the 2020 season.
With the Greyhounds, Hoefs was the Patriot League Midfielder of the Year and First Team conference selection after leading the team with nine goals in her ultimate campaign. In 53 contests with 40 starts, she amassed 39 points divided by 15 goals and nine assists. Hoefs spent her freshman season in College Park with Maryland, competing in 10 games with a pair of starts before transferring.
The Mountaineers are looking to improve on a 4-5 season (3-5 NEC) in the spring of 2021. The fall season kicks off August 19th at Radford.
The Mountaineers will be welcoming three first-years and a transfer.
The class includes 3 U.S. recruits and 2 internationals.
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McCutcheon is an FC Dallas ECNL alum.
The Mountain Hawks add seven to their class of 2025.