Welcome to AIC Women's Soccer
Head women's soccer coach Kevon Isa and the American International College women's soccer team, for more info about our program, click here
Kevon Isa has been an assistant for the womens soccer program for seven seasons at American International College.Isa has helped guide the Yellow Jackets to a 52-23-7 record over the past four years with three NCAA tournament appearances including a trip to the national semifinals in 2013.
In 2013, the Yellow Jackets had its most impressive season to date, posting a record of 18-3-2 and earning a trip to the NCAA Division II Final Four.AIC captured the Northeast-10 regular season title in 2012 with a near-perfect mark of 12-1-2 in conference play.
Isa also holds coaching assignments at Western United FC, a premier soccer club that plays in the Massachusetts Premier League. He has guided the Western United U-19 boys soccer team to the 2008 Massachusetts State Cup title five years in a row, and the U-15 boys team to the semifinal round of the State Cup tournament.Isa holds Advance National and a Regional Goalkeeper diplomas from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and has a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) B License.
One of the most dangerous strikers in the history of AIC Womens Soccer, Cassie Ashwell returns for her seventh campaign with the team–her third season as an assistant coach after four seasons at forward for the Yellow Jackets.
Ashwells soccer career took off in high school. Playing for her native Agawam High, she was a three-time All-Western Mass selection, including All-Region and All-State in her senior year, 2006.Ashwell then came to AIC in the fall of 2007 to double-major in Criminal Justice and Psychology and made an immediate impact on the field. Playing in every game for her four seasons with the team, the left-footed sharpshooter was named to the Northeast-10 All-Conference Team three times, earning Third-Team honors in 2008 and Second-Team selections in 2009 and 2010, as well as a Third-Team All-Region selection in her junior and senior seasons, and a start in the New England All-Star Game. In her 80 games with the team, she struck for 21 goals and 19 assists, including six game-winning goals, and culminated her playing career by helping to lead the Yellow Jackets to just their second-ever NCAA Tournament appearance and their first ever NCAA Tournament win in her senior season.
Moving behind the bench for the 2011 campaign, Ashwell has continued to provide inspiration to the team. She has worked primarily with the offensive side of the team, helping to improve the attack, and in her second season as an assistant coach, helped lead the team to their first-ever Northeast-10 Regular Season Championship and another NCAA Tournament berth.Ashwell presently resides in Agawam.
Rob Libera enters his first season as Assistant Womens Soccer Coach at American International.A native of Chicopee, Mass. Libera earned his Bachelor of Science degree in casework and counseling from Springfield College in 1997.
Libera then earned his Master of Science degree in counseling psychology from Cambridge College in 2009.Libera is also a nationally licensed EMT as well as a licensed USSF and PVSOA Referee.
Libera was a 1992 All-Western Mass. selection in high-school and went on to star at Springfield College and earn first-team all-conference honors during his senior season (1996).Libera also played professionally with the Capital District Shockers of the USL and as a member of the Massachusetts Twisters of the Professional Indoor Soccer league the USISL and AISL for over ten years capturing the AISL championship during the 2006-07 season.
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