Stephani  Church
Stephani Church

Position:
Assistant Coach

Experience:
Second Season

Alma Mater:
Binghamton '16

10/30/2017

2017 MAAC Women's Soccer Awards Banquet

2017 MAAC Women's Soccer Awards Banquet

09/27/2017

Women's Soccer vs. Canisius (9/27/17)

Women's Soccer vs. Canisius (9/27/17)

08/29/2017

Women's Soccer vs. Georgia Southern (8/29/17)

Women's Soccer vs. Georgia Southern (8/29/17)

08/23/2017

2017 Siena Women's Soccer Photo Day

2017 Siena Women's Soccer Photo Day

08/23/2016

2016 Siena Women's Soccer Picture Day

2016 Siena Women's Soccer Picture Day

Stephani Church enters her second season as an assistant coach on Steve Karbowski's staff. She is involved in all aspects of the program, including practice preparation, coaching and player evaluation, scouting, recruiting and player support and development.

"I am excited to have Stephani joining our staff," said Karbowski upon her appointment. "She brings a lot of enthusiasm and passion to the office and the soccer field. I've had the chance to observe these qualities as a member of our summer soccer camp staff over the past few summers. Stephani's energy and willingness to take initiative will be a great asset to our soccer program at Siena."

In her first season on staff last fall, Church helped guide the Saints to a a 9-7-3 overall record. Siena finished second in the conference with a 7-3 league mark to earn the program's fourth consecutive MAAC Tournament appearance. The Saints' second place finish and seven league victories both tied program bests.

A local product from nearby Latham, New York who attended Shaker High, Church graduated cum laude from Binghamton University in May 2016 with her B.A. in Applied Behavioral Analysis Psychology. A four-year member of the Bearcats' women's soccer team, she appeared in 53 career matches (36 starts) at forward tallying 22 career points on the strength of 10 goals and two assists.

Church led Binghamton in scoring with 11 points during her sophomore season in 2013, and ranked second in the America East with four game-winning goals. She appeared in 16 matches (eight starts) last fall, tallying a pair of goals for four points.

The consummate student athlete, Church was named to Binghamton's Athletic Director's Honor Roll six times, Dean's List five times, America East Conference Academic Honor Roll three times, and was inducted into the National College Athlete Honor Society, Chi Alpha Sigma.

Church is an NSCAA certified Level 4 coach, and has previously worked as a personal soccer trainer in addition to serving as an assistant coach for Latham Girls' Soccer.