Brendan Faherty – Stony Brook University Womens Soccer Head Coach
Co-Director of Extra Time Showcase

Brendan Faherty was named the head womens soccer coach on Dec. 9, 2015, making him just the second coach in program history.

Faherty spent three seasons at the University of Washington, guiding the Huskies to NCAA Tournament appearances in his last two, including a trip to the NCAA Third Round in 2014. While at Washington, Faherty helped mold five NSCAA All-Pacific Region players, three Capital One Academic All-Americans and four NSCAA Scholar All-Americans. The Huskies recorded a 37-24-6 record (.597) during his tenure.

Prior to his time at Washington, Faherty spent three seasons at the University of Massachusetts, where he was promoted to Associate Head Coach in September of 2012. The Minutewomen made the Atlantic-10 Tournament in all three of Fahertys seasons, advancing to the conference championship in 2011. (More)


Sarah Martinez – Stony Brook University Womens Soccer Assistant Coach
Co-Director of Extra Time Showcase

Sarah Martinez joined the Stony Brook coaching staff on Jan. 27, 2016.

Martinez played at the University of Washington, where she led the Huskies to three NCAA Tournament appearances and was named team captain and Offensive Team MVP in her junior and senior seasons. She was named to the All-Pac 12 second team as a senior and won the University of Washington Athletic Departments Most Inspirational Female Athlete Award twice.

After her playing career, Martinez spent four seasons on the Huskies coaching staff, serving as the Director of Soccer Operations for the mens and womens programs. (More)

Extra Time Showcase was founded in 2014 to provide opportunities for female high school aged soccer players to work with some of the best coaches in NCAA Division I, II, & III. Below is a list of the coaches that have worked at ETS the past two years. Depending on the event, this list is subject to change.


Todd Plourde – Yale University Assistant Coach
Todd Plourde begins his 10th year as an assistant coach at Yale in 2016. He serves as the recruiting coordinator for the Bulldogs.Plourde spent two years an assistant at Manhattan where he helped the Jaspers earn their first regional ranking. In the year before he arrived, the Jaspers had a record of 2-15-1. In 2006, the team won a school record 12 games. Before Manhattan, Plourde was the head coach at Fairfield (CT) High School where he compiled a record of 103-28-11. During his tenure Fairfield won the 2002 Class LL State Championship and was the runner-up in 2003. In addition, Fairfield won the league title in 2002 and finished second in 2001. Plourde was named the FCIAC and Connecticut Post Coach of the Year in 2001. His overall high school record was 130-34-14.(More)


Sydney Stoll – University of Massachusetts Assistant
After a standout career as a forward for the Minutewomen, Sydney Stoll returned to her alma in 2014 as an assistant coach on Ed Matzs staff. Stoll appeared in a total of 58 career matches between 2006-10 including 48 starts. That total included all 19 in 2009 after sitting out the 2008 campaign with an injury. The Dedham, Mass., native compiled 33 career points on 14 goals and five assists, including four game winners.(More)


Stuart Dick – Fairfield University Assistant Coach
Stuart Dick begins his second season as an assistant coach for the Stags, as he in charge of conducting practices and othe elements of the program. Dick came to Fairfield after serving at Yale under the same position. Dick has been a Connecticut native for the past five years and has served on the coaching staffs of the University of Bridgeport and most recently at Yale University.(More)


Laura Duncan – University of New Haven Head Coach
Laura Duncan has posted winning seasons in each of her first four campaigns at New Haven. She completed the 2013 season with a career record of 40-28-6. This past fall, New Haven completed its most successful season as a member of the Northeast-10 Conference, finishing with a record of 11-5-3. The Chargers began the fall with a program-record eight-match unbeaten streak and won the first Northeast-10 postseason match in team history with a 5-1 triumph at Merrimack in the quarterfinal round.(More)


Magnus Nilerud – University of Bridgeport Head Coach
Entering his 18th season as head coach of the Womens Soccer Program at the University of Bridgeport in the fall of 2016, Magnus Nilerud continues to elevate the profile of the University of Bridgeport both regionally and nationally. In 2007 Nilerud led the program to its first-ever NCAA appearance, and in 2008 the team reached the NCAA Round of 16 and posted a school record 18 wins. In 2009, the Purple Knights captured the schools first-ever ECC title and reached the NCAA Championship for the third consecutive year, hosting first and second round matches at Knights Field. In 2010, he posted an impressive 14-4-2 overall record and guided the Purple Knights to their fourth straight NCAA appearance and the team advanced to the second round with a first round victory over Franklin Pierce.(More)


Brian Gordon – Hartwick College Head Coach
Brian Gordon begins his third season at the helm of Hartwicks womens soccer program in 2016. This past fall, he led Hartwick to a 10-5-2 mark which was the programs first 10-win season since 1995. Wick also started the season 6-0 for the first time since 1988. Gordon coached a pair of players – sophomore Casey Boucher and freshman Madison Miller – to Empire 8 Conference Second Team honors. Gordon was named head coach of Hartwick womens soccer program in the summer of 2014 after serving as assistant with the program for two seasons. In his first season piloting the program, he led the Hawks to a 7-9-1 overall mark and a 3-4-1 record in the Empire 8 Conference. (More)


Walker Boyd – Amherst College Assistant Coach
Walker Boyd returns to the Amherst sidelines for a sixth season after helping the Purple & White put together one of the best campaigns in program history in 2011, his first year with the program. Specializing in goalkeeper training, Boyd helped Amherst post 11 shutouts and lead the NESCAC in goals-against average (0.61). Since his arrival, Boyds goalkeepers have posted 49 shutouts. Boyd joined Amherst after serving as an assistant mens soccer coach at the University of Massachusetts for three seasons. During his time with the Minutemen, Boyd was responsible for developing and coaching the goalkeeper training sessions and played an integral role in helping to guide the squad to an Atlantic 10 regular season title and NCAA Tournament berth in 2008.(More)


Jamie Arthurs – Western Washington University Assistant Head Coach
In third year as assistant … Completed bachelors degree in kinesiology in 2013 … 2012-13 WWU Female co-Athlete of the Year … Set school records as goalkeeper with 39 shutouts, which ranked sixth nationally, and 0.58 goals against average during four-year career … Second-team National Soccer Coaches Association of America and Daktronics All-American as senior in 2012 … Led nation in GAA with school and GNAC-record 0.39 average per game and ranked seventh nationally in save percentage at 88.2 … Had Great Northwest Athletic Conference and school-record 16 shutouts, one shy of national record (More)


Kelly Boudreau – Princeton University Assistant Coach
Kelly Boudreau joined the Princeton womens soccer program as an assistant coach in February 2015. “It is a huge honor to join one of the greatest institutions in the country,” Boudreau said upon her hiring. “There is no comparison to the strength of Princetons academic, athletic and alumni relations. I am beyond excited to start working with an exceptional group of student-athletes. I want to thank Sean Driscoll for bringing me on board and providing me with this amazing opportunity. I couldnt ask for a better person to work with and learn from.” (More)


Travis Connell – Western Washington University Head Coach
In his 13th year as head coach with record of 157-62-24, win total being school record … Vikings have made three straight national tournament appearances with combined record of 55-7-5 (85.8 winning percentage) … Named National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division II Far West Region Coach of the Year in 2008 and 2012, and Great Northwest Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in 2006, 2008, 2013 and 2014 … In 2014, Vikings were 16-1-4, won GNAC regular-season title and reached second round of national playoffs … In 2013, directed WWU to best season in program history, Vikings finishing 20-2-1 with win total being school record, reaching NCAA II national semifinals, winning West Region title, taking GNAC regular-season championship and being ranked No.3 nationally in final NSCAA Top 25 Poll (More)


Sean Driscoll – Princeton University Head Coach
Sean Driscoll was named Princetons head womens soccer coach on Jan. 12, 2015. “We are thrilled to welcome Sean to our team of extremely talented coaches at Princeton,” Princetons Ford Family Director of Athletics Mollie Marcoux 91 said upon Driscolls hiring. “Sean is a tireless worker with a proven track record of success at all levels of the game. He has both a passion for coaching and a firm commitment to delivering a first rate student-athlete experience – on and off the field. His soccer knowledge and network are vast and we are confident that his leadership will allow our team to build upon the programs long history of success.” (More)


Amy Griffin – University of Washington Associate Head Coach
A former goalkeeper with the United States National Team, Amy Griffin enters her 20th season on the Washington womens soccer coaching staff in 2015. She was promoted to associate head coach in August of 2005. Griffin has also spent the last ten years working with the Youth National Teams, including as a goalkeeper coach of the the U-20 Womens National Team which won the U20 World Cup in Japan in 2012. Amy has also been a member of US Soccers Coaching Education staff since 1988. (More)


Scott Halasz – University of Utah Assistant Coach
Scott Halasz is entering his second season as an assistant coach. Halasz joined the Utes after serving in the same capacity at Pacific Lutheran University. Halasz, who has almost 15 years of coaching experience also served as a coach with the Washington Premier soccer club and was the Washington Premier ECNL Director. Since 2005, Halasz coached numerous Washington state ODP and EDP teams, including most recently as Region IV ODP Girls 96s assistant coach. (More)


Matt Kagan – Loyola Marymount Assistant Coach
Matt Kagan, a former assistant at Providence College and the University of Miami, joined the LMU womens soccer staff as an assistant coach in April 2014. “We are very excited to have Matt join our program here at LMU,” said Head Coach Michelle Myers. “In talking to Matt and several other colleagues that know him, I knew he would be a perfect fit for our ideals as a program, department and university. He is a big believer in helping athletes develop not only on the soccer field but also in the classroom and in their daily lives as young people. (More)


Rich Schreiner – Seattle University Associate Head Coach
Rich Schreiner finishes his seventh season with the Seattle University womens soccer team in 2014. From 2008-11, he served as an assistant coach, and in July 2012, he was promoted to Associate Head Coach. Schreiner has helped veteran head coach Julie Woodward lead the Redhawks to five 12-win seasons in his past seven years including their highest Division I win total (17-3-2) in 2013. In 2011, his final year before promotion to associate head coach, Schreiner helped the Redhawks earn one of the biggest victories in program history, defeating then-No. 8 Portland. In 2013 and 2014, he was a key part of Seattle Us undefeated conference season (2013) and first NCAA Division I Tournament appearance in program history (2013) as well as first DI tournament win (2014). He was a major contributor in the teams transition to Division I and has been key in their success since the transition. (More)


Seth Spidhal – Pacific Lutheran University Head Coach
Seth Spidahl, the current technical director for the nationally renowned and locally based Washington Premier Football Club, was named womens soccer head coach and director of soccer at Pacific Lutheran University on Feb. 2, 2012. In his first season at the helm of the PLU program, Spidahl led the team to its first winning season since 2006 and the end of a 27-match loss streak to cross-town rival Puget Sound. He followed that up in his second year with the programs first double-digit win total since 2006 and the highest conference finish since 2005. (More)