GREENSBORO, NC — Greensboro College Director of Soccer John Trice announced on Monday that Ashley Alderin-Fleagle has been added to the Pride women’s soccer coaching staff for the 2014-2015 season.
Alderin-Fleagle was a highly decorated student athlete at NCAA Division II member Limestone College. During her 2011 season at Limestone Alderin-Fleagle led the NCAA Division II ranks with 20 total goals scored while earning All-Region and All-American honors. Alderin-Fleagle also received the Saints women’s soccer teams Most Valuable Player award three times from 2009-2011.
Following her graduation from Limestone, Alderin-Fleagle served as an assistant coach at Gaffney High School before relocating to Kernersville, North Carolina in August 2012.
“Ashley is a bright, young coach and I am excited about the energy she will bring to the women’s soccer program,” Trice said. “Her experience as a top college player along with her local ties made her an ideal fit for Greensboro College.”