After starting the Utah State soccer program from scratch, Stacey Enos enters her fifth year as the Aggie head coach. The Aggies have improved each season under Enos, finishing 8-9 in 1999.
Enos, began her collegiate coaching career as an assistant at Seattle University in 1994. Concurrently, Enos was an assistant at Rowland Hall Saint Mark’s High School in Salt Lake City, where she helped the team to the 1A state championship in 1995. Enos also has an extensive playing background that holds many nationally renowned honors.
She was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team from 1985-87, and played in two tournaments in Italy for the U.S. team, including a 1-0 loss to Italy in the 1986 Finals. She was also a member of the gold medal team at the Olympic Sports Festival in the same year. An All-American selection in 1985 at North Carolina, Enos helped lead the Tar Heels to three consecutive NCAA titles from 1982-84.
From 1991 to 1992, she worked as an AIDS educator at the University of Utah. Enos holds two undergraduate degrees. She graduated from UNC in 1987 with a B.A. in therapeutic recreation and went on to earn a B.S. in health education from Utah in 1994.
Stacey Enos Quick Sketch
Utah State: Fifth year. Named head coach on Jan. 4, 1995, from Seattle University.
Previous Coaching Experience: College––Assistant at Seattle University (1994). High School––Rowland Hall Saint Mark’s High School (1995).
Education: Graduated from Leto High School in Tampa, Fla., in 1982; B.A. in therapeutic recreation from the University of North Carolina in 1987; B.S. in health education from the University of Utah in 1994.
Playing Experience: Four-year letterwinner at North Carolina (1982-85); U.S. Women’s National Team (1985-87); U.S. Open Cup Title team (1985).
Honors: 1985 All-American; Member of NCAA National Championship teams (1982, ‘83, ‘84); U.S. Open Cup Title (1985).