Chevy Chevalier, who has coaching experience at three different levels, begins his first season assistant women’s soccer coach after being named to the position on January 2, 2016.

Chevalier most recently served as an assistant coach at North Georgia where he worked under head coach Chris Adams and helped the Nighthawks to a 16-4-1 overall record and second-round appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament. Prior to joining the North Georgia staff, Chevalier coached Michigan Jaguars boys and girls youth teams from 2012-15 following a two-year stint as an assistant with the Atlanta Silverbacks women’s semi-pro team. He also spent three years (2010-12) as a youth coach with the Atlanta Spurs.

Chevalier entered the coaching ranks after a four-year professional career in the United Soccer League with the Pittsburgh Riverhounds (2006-07) and Atlanta Silverbacks (2008-09). He also spent two seasons with the Premier Development League’s Albany Blackwatch Highlanders (2002-03).

A four-year letterwinner and two-year captain at the University of Albany, Chevalier earned second team All-American East Conference honors as a senior in 2002 after leading the Great Danes in points and goals as a senior.