Nick Spell
Heidelberg College
Nick Spell
Head Women's Soccer Coach
Division 3

Career Synopsis The 2018 season marks Spell's 13th year as the head coach of the Heidelberg women's soccer programCareer record stands at 69-138-17 (26-75-7 OAC)Spell is an Advanced National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "D" licensed coachHas coached 13 All-OAC and 29 Academic All-OAC performers during his tenure at the Berg 2017 Led the Student Princes to a 10-8-1 record, including a 4-5 OAC recordMentored Erica Campbell to All-Ohio Honors as a sophomore 2016 Coached the Student Princes to a 7-9-3 record, including a 2-6-1 mark in OAC playMentored seven Academic All-OAC student-athletes 2015 Led the Student Princes to an 8-11 record, including a 3-6 OAC recordCoached eight Academic All-OAC student-athletes 2014 Coached team to a 3-13-3 record (0-7-2 OAC)Mentored five Academic All-OAC student-athletes 2013 Led the Berg to a 3-14-2 mark (2-6-1 OAC)Coached GK Molly Schriber to 2nd team All-OAC accolades 2012 Guided team to 3-13-1 record, including a 2-7 mark in OAC action 2011 Coached the Student Princes to a 6-11-1 record (3-6 OAC) 2010 Led team to a 9-8-2 record (2-5-2 OAC)The nine wins marked the most by a Heidelberg women's soccer team since the 2000 seasonKelsey Hogan, Kristen Schneider and Michelle Gross each earn All-OAC honors 2009 Guided the Student Princes to a berth in the OAC Tournament and a 7-12-1 record (4-5 OAC)The OAC Tournament appearance was the first for the Student Princes since 1999 2008 Coached the Berg women to a 5-11-3 mark, including a 1-7-1 record in OAC matches 2007 Went 5-13 in his second season as head coach, including a 3-5 mark in Ohio Athletic Conference play 2006 In his first season, Spell coached his way to a 3-15 record (0-9 OAC) 2003-2005 Served as an assistant coach for both the men's and women's programs at his alma mater, Marietta CollegeHelped coach the women's team to a school-record 14 victories in the 2005 season Collegiate Experience 2003 graduate of Marietta CollegePlayed four years of varsity soccer for the PioneersServed as team captain and was named the team's Most Valuable Player in both 2002 and 2003 Personal Resides in TiffinRecieved masters of education from Marietta in 2005Spell is a board member of the Tiffin Soccer ClubActive with the River Valley Soccer Club (RVSC), coaching an under-15 boys as well as an under-11 and under-12 girls team out of Parkersburg, W.VaFollow the women's soccer program: Twitter - [@bergsoccer](