Meghan Mauzy, who has been an assistant women's soccer coach at Averett University the past two seasons, has been named an assistant women's soccer coach at Richard Bland College of William & Mary. The announcement was made by Damien Westfield, head women's coach and Director of Soccer Operations.
For the last two seasons, Mauzy has been an assistant women's soccer coach at NCAA Division III Averett University. She briefly served as the interim head coach during the spring and summer in 2018.
"Richard Bland College is excited to have someone of Meghan's caliber join the women's soccer coaching staff as the program begins its first season of intercollegiate play this fall," said Westfield. She brings a wealth of coaching and playing experience to Richard Bland College, and we are fortunate to have her in this important time in the program's development."
Mauzy gained coaching experience as a head coach of a youth soccer club team, an assistant coach at Berkshire Soccer Academy during the summer of 2016 and through an internship with the women's soccer program at Mississippi College
Mauzy played four seasons of collegiate soccer, including her final three at Mississippi College. She earned Gulf South Conference academic honor roll accolades all three years at Mississippi College, and was a starting midfielder on the field. Mauzy served as team captain her senior year and was a member of the school's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC). Mauzy began her playing career at Eastern Florida State College (2013-2014).
"I would first like to thank Director of Athletics Scott Newton and Head Coach Damien Westfield for giving me this amazing opportunity," said Mauzy. "I could not be more excited to be a part of Richard Bland history with the addition of women's soccer. It is an honor to assist in building and growing this program. I look forward to becoming an active member of the Richard Bland community."
A native of Titusville, Florida, Mauzy earned her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology (sports management) from Mississippi College in May 2017. She will graduate with her master's degree in Education from Averett in May.