Jess Greer was named the assistant coach for the Washington State women’s soccer team in June 2016.

Greer joined head coach Todd Shulenberger’s staff after playing four years of collegiate soccer at the University of Missouri under then-assistant coach Shulenberger from 2009-12.

Greer arrived on the Palouse after spending the past three seasons in the state of Arkansas. Most recently the Sedalia, Mo., native worked as an assistant coach at Arkansas State University under first-year head coach Brian Dooley.

Prior to arriving at Arkansas State, Greer spent two seasons as the assistant coach at the University of Arkansas. During her time with the Razorbacks, she oversaw day-to-day operations and academics of the team. Arkansas found success on and off the field during Greer’s time in Fayetteville, earning back-to-back berths in the NCAA Tournament in 2012 and 2013.

Greer graduated from Missouri in 2013 with a degree in health sciences after playing all four years under Shulenberger. Greer and Shulenberger led the Tigers to the 2009 Big 12 regular season title and postseason berths in 2011 and 2012. Greer finished with 84 career matches played, 52 starts, and seven goals. Off the field Greer was a four-time member of the conference’s honor roll (three-time Big 12, one-time SEC).