Alexis Smith, a former goalkeeper at Bowling Green from 2014-16 has joined the Falcons women’s soccer coaching staff as an assistant coach. Smith recently graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from BGSU in 2016.

Prior to earning the assistant position Smith was also a student assistant coach for Bowling Green from Jan. 2016 to Dec. 2016, working primarily with the goalkeepers, in addition to coaching the youth local soccer club BGSC since March 2015 and is currently the Assistant Director of Coaching for the club.

In her time competing for Bowling Green, Smith saw action in 10 matches across two seasons and totaled 346:18 minutes on the pitch for the Falcons. Smith registered 23 saves in goal, including a career-high of nine versus Western Michigan in Oct. 2015.

Prior to Bowling Green, Smith played two years at Schoolcraft College in Michigan, where she posted a 0.18 goals against average in two seasons by allowing just one goal with 29 saves. Smith’s defensive leadership raised the Ocelots to a 13-2-1 overall record in her sophomore campaign, ultimately leading to the Region XII regular season title. A multi-sport athlete, Smith also lettered in basketball, and averaged 10.6 points and 5.3 rebounds per game to earn All-Eastern Conference Team Honorable Mention honors.