Entering his 20th year as head coach of the Marquette women's soccer team, Markus Roeders has built a renowned program that is synonymous with success.
Moreover, he has developed a program with a winning tradition, one that is a consistently nationally ranked and one of the top teams in the BIG EAST Conference. It is evident by career accomplishments and emphasized by the results of past seasons.
Former Marquette University women's soccer player, Ashley Bares begins her third season as an assistant coach on the women's soccer staff in 2015. Bares serves as video coordinator, assists with team travel as well as on-field instruction for the Golden Eagles.
Marquette claimed the 2013 BIG EAST Conference regular season and tournament championships during Bares' first campaign as an assistant coach and was part of the 2013 BIG EAST Coaching Staff of the Year, as selected by the league's head coaches.
Nick Vorberg was named a full-time assistant coach with the Marquette women's soccer program in January of 2016 after serving for three seasons as a volunteer assistant with the team. He is in his third season as a full-time assistant coach in 2018.
“We are thrilled to welcome Nick and his family to Marquette in a full-time role,” Marquette head coach Markus Roeders said. “Nick brings a wealth of experience to our program and fits very well with our needs and goal of reaching a higher level.”
The 2017 season will mark the first for Graham Shaw at Marquette University. Serving under the direction of head coach Louis Bennett, Shaw will work with the goalkeepers and direct team camps following two seasons as assistant coach at Maryville University.
In Shaw’s first season as assistant for the Saints in 2015 under current Marquette assistant Sean Hughes, he took the Maryville men’s soccer program to new heights with a single-season record for wins at the Division II level and the most shutouts in a season in program history.
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