Stetson Hatters Women’s Soccer
In 2009 Tessa Gavilsky once again added to the trophy case after being voted the A-Sun’s Offensive Player of the Year for the second consecutive season. In 2008 she was the ﬁrst Stetson player ever to earn that honor. Additionally, Orlowski has coached countless Academic All-Conference performers and routinely places more than 75% of her roster on that prestigious list. A 1991 graduate of Florida International University (B.A., Mass Communication), Orlowski came to Stetson following one season as an assistant at South Florida. Prior to her stint at USF, Orlowski compiled a 39-54-4 record in six seasons as a collegiate head coach. Orlowski began Boise State’s program in 1997 and previously started the program at North Florida, beginning a club team in 1995 and turning the Ospreys into a nationally ranked Division II program in their ﬁrst year at the varsity level. In 1996, North Florida was ranked as high as No. 8 during the season. Orlowski began her coaching career at Miami’s St. Thomas University in 1992, beginning the NAIA program from scratch just one year after graduating from FIU. She compiled an 18-24-2 record in three seasons at St. Thomas, including winning seasons in 1993 (7-6-0) and 1994 (8-5-1). As a player at FIU, Orlowski was a four-year starter and team captain for the Golden Panthers. She earned her master’s in Sports Administration from St. Thomas in 1995. Orlowski holds a United States Soccer Federation “B” License and also serves as a part-time instructor for the USSF. She is a state coach for the Florida Youth Soccer Association and has served as an Olympic Development Program instructor.
S t e p h a n i e W E B B Assistant Coach | First Year | Stetson, 2009 Former Hatter Stephanie Webb was announced as the Stetson Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach on Monday, July 16, 2012. Webb comes to DeLand after a recent stint as an assistant coach at Central Michigan. She joined the Chippewa staff prior to the 2010 season, and helped lead them to two stellar seasons. Webb had a multitude of responsibilities at CMU, which included training, scheduling, and acting as the recruiting coordinator. In 2010, Central Michigan ﬁnished with a 16-5-1 record, becoming one of two teams to win 10 conference games and earn 30 points since the MAC went to an 11-game format. CMU earned its second straight MAC regular season and tournament championship, while garnering the second NCAA tournament berth in as many seasons. In her second season with the Chippewas, Webb helped the team post their best winning percentage in program history, as the team ﬁnished 15-3-3 for a mark of .783. During both seasons with CMU, the Chippewas claimed the nation’s top grade point average with marks of 3.76 in 2010 and 3.70 in 2011. Prior to working with Central Michigan, Webb spent the previous year as the Technical Academy Director of the Palm Harbor Soccer Club. She organized training sessions, advised head coaches in their development, and put together plans for the entire U9 - U15 girls program. Webb, who earned her Master of Science in Sports Administration from Central Michigan in 2012, received her Bachelor’s degree at Stetson back in 2009. The former forward played two seasons with the Hatters after transferring from Texas A&M International. She appeared in 25 matches, started six contests, and tallied three assists at Stetson. In 29 contests for TAMIU, she racked up 16 goals and a total of 36 points. After ﬁnishing her playing career in 2008, Webb stayed on at Stetson as an intern with the soccer program for the rest of her time as a student. She assisted with training sessions, organization of recruiting visits, academic support, and the program’s day-to-day operations. Since June of 2009, Webb has been able to stay in the Hatter family as a striker coach for Stetson’s Elite Camps. Webb holds a UEFA B Part 2 Coaching Badge, an NSCAA National Diploma, and is an FYSA state staff coach.
http://www.gohatters.com - A guide to the 2012 season for the Stetson University women's soccer team.