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Head Coach • Casey Brown

After making lasting impacts on the Boston University women’s soccer team as both a student-athlete and an assistant coach, Casey Brown ’10 returned to her alma mater in 2022 to become just the second head coach in program history.
The head coach at Penn for the past two years, Brown replaced Nancy Feldman, who retired in April 2022 after a legendary career that included 27 seasons as head coach of the Terriers.
Brown’s first head-coaching job was at Holy Cross, where she turned the Crusaders’ program around during a four-year stint that culminated with her being named the 2019 Patriot League Coach of the Year.
A three-time America East Defender of the Year, Brown earned All-America honors as a senior at BU and was on Feldman’s staff from 2013-16, receiving the Mid-Atlantic Assistant Coach of the Year in 2015 while serving as the program’s associate head coach.
This past season at Penn was Brown’s first competitively in Philadelphia as the Ivy League did not play during the 2020-21 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She led the Quakers to a 9-5-2 mark, which matched the program’s second-highest win total since 2013, and the team went 6-1-2 in non-conference play with the only loss coming on the road against nationally ranked Hofstra. Penn posted a 9-1-2 mark at home.
Four Quakers collected All-Ivy honors in 2021 with junior Sizzy Lawton going one step further, earning a spot on the NSCAA all-region third team.
In her final season at Holy Cross, Brown pushed the Crusaders to their best season in nearly two decades, reaching their first Patriot League tournament since 2000 while earning a second-place finish in the regular season. The team went 5-4-8 with the loss total tying for the least in the program’s 37-year history and the 16 goals allowed being the least conceded by any Holy Cross women’s soccer team.

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Assistant Coach • Allison Sauicer

Allison Saucier joined the Boston University women's soccer program in June of 2022. The 2022 campaign is her first with the Terriers.

Saucier spent the previous three seasons at Seton Hall University under Head Coach Ciara Crinion, with whom Saucier has worked with for the last six campaigns. In 2021, Saucier helped guide the Pirates to their most wins in a season since 2012, building a four-win improvement from the previous year. In the last calendar year, Seton Hall defeated Villanova and St. John’s for the first time since 2013 and 2010, respectively.
Prior to her time in South Orange, N.J., Saucier was part of the University of Hartford coaching staff from 2016-18. In that span, she primarily worked with the Hawks’ goalkeepers while serving as the team’s fitness director. Hartford earned the America East regular season title in 2016 and 2018, and won 34 games during her tenure.
Saucier oversaw the development of netminder Jessica Jurg, who was the America East Goalkeeper of the Year in 2017 and 2018. In Jurg’s final season, she tallied a 0.93 goals-against average, pacing the conference and ranking 27th in the nation with nine shutouts.

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Assistant Coach • Megan Burke

Megan Burke joined the Boston University women's soccer program in July of 2022. The 2022 campaign is her first with the Terriers.

Burke joins BU following three years at Fairfield University under Head Coach David Barrett. Burke has helped the Stags total 20 wins in the two full seasons during her tenure, as well as reaching the 2019 MAAC championship game as the No. 2 seed.
Fairfield recorded 12 All-MAAC selections with Burke on the coaching staff, which includes two United Soccer Coaches All-Region honorees in Gabby Diodati and Stephanie Tsangaris and 2019 MAAC Co-Rookie of the Year Josie Horosky. In addition, the Stags notched 56 MAAC All-Academic recipients.
Burke was named one of 30 selections for the United Soccer Coaches 30 under 30, a program with a year-long education and mentorship opportunity designed to support up-and-coming members of the coaching profession. She received an educational scholarship which provides registrations for the United Soccer Coaches Digital Convention and an Advanced Diploma course of the coach's choosing.

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Camps/clinics are open to any and all entrants (limited only by number and age, grade level, and/or gender)

REFUND POLICY: If you cancel prior to one week from the start of the event, you will be fully refunded minus a $10.00 admin fee. If you cancel within one week from the start of event, then all registration fees will be forfeited and you will not be refunded.


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