We are excited to introduce the newest additions to our coaching staff — three awesome women who bring a wide set of skills and values to our program as you will see in the bios below.
We invite all players to meet with us on Wednesday, February 12th @ 6pm in the Annex room. Parents are encouraged to attend, as we will be providing important information on the spring season.
- Coaching introductions
- Structure & expectations for final weeks of preseason strength, conditioning & open gym
- Final steps of player registration
- Overview of team selection process
Siobhan Norman, Junior Varsity Coach
Siobhan has deep soccer roots as a player who has experienced all levels of development and competition, from being coached by pivotal soccer legends like Anson Dorrance and Mia Hamm to playing for Olympic Development teams and the University of Michigan. She began coaching boys and girls teams in the Ann Arbor area in 2005, and brings a philosophy to coaching that prioritizes the well-being of the player first.
Joy Aleccia, Volunteer Assistant
Joy continues to build upon her background in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition from Purdue University by following her personal journey with the disciplines of Yoga and Mindfulness. She realizes the power of these components and their role in creating and supporting overall wellness by using a combination of the following skills and certifications: RYT-200 Yoga Certified, Trained Mindfulness Leader for University of Michigan, and Trained Meditation Practitioner to help students of all ages stock their stress management tool boxes with strategies they can use daily.
Chloe Wiseman, Volunteer Assistant
Chloe, a recent graduate of the University of Michigan School of Kinesiology, brings her love of competitive athletics and deep academic interests in sport to the Pioneer Women’s Soccer Program. Since 2017, Chloe has been on staff at the Human Performance Collective where she works with high school and collegiate athletes on corrective exercise, functional training, injury prevention, and recovery. Chloe seeks to share her knowledge and passion for safe, corrective approaches to exercise that improve strength and stability. As a former Skyline Eagle student athlete, she is excited to be a part of Ann Arbor athletics once again.
The excitement and momentum is building!