Kimberly Uetrecht is in her first season as an Adrian Bulldog Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach. Previously, Uetrecht was an assistant coach for two seasons at Concordia University (Neb.), where she assisted in Concordia’s 2014 GPAC tournament championship season. Additionally, she brings three years of women’s club soccer coaching experience and has received her national “E” license. She is currently in pursuit of higher coaching licenses.
Uetrecht served as a four-year starter at Ohio Christian University from 2009-2012 and was team captain for three seasons. In addition to collegiate soccer, Uetrecht played with the Clermont Phoenix as part of an elite group of athletes in the Women’s Premier Soccer League (WPSL).
Her most notable achievement came when she received the 2012 National Christian College Athletic Association Michelle Akers award, given to a student-athlete who best models the values of America’s first female soccer star. Akers played with passion and integrity while excelling in both the technical and tactical aspects of the game.
Uetrecht earned her B.A. in business with an emphasis in international business and pre-law from Ohio Christian and an MBA from Concordia University (Neb.).