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Heidelberg University - Women's Soccer
                               Head Coach Nick Spell

Career Synopsis

  • The 2019 season marks Spell's 14th year as the head coach of the Heidelberg women's soccer program
  • Career record stands at 76-149-18 (28-82-7 OAC)
  • Spell is an Advanced National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and United States Soccer Federation (USSF) "D" licensed coach
  • Has coached 13 All-OAC and 32 Academic All-OAC performers during his tenure at the Berg


  • Guided the Berg to a 7-11-1 (2-7 OAC) record
  • Led goalkeeper Alexandra Farmer to her fourth consecutive All-OAC selection
  • Mentored Maddy Hines to Academic All-Ohio honors
  • Saw eight earn Academic All-OAC under his leadership


  • Led the Student Princes to a 10-8-1 record, including a 4-5 OAC record
  • Mentored Erica Campbell to All-Ohio Honors as a sophomore


  • Coached the Student Princes to a 7-9-3 record, including a 2-6-1 mark in OAC play
  • Mentored seven Academic All-OAC student-athletes


  • Led the Student Princes to an 8-11 record, including a 3-6 OAC record
  • Coached eight Academic All-OAC student-athletes


  • Coached team to a 3-13-3 record (0-7-2 OAC)
  • Mentored five Academic All-OAC student-athletes


  • Led the Berg to a 3-14-2 mark (2-6-1 OAC)
  • Coached GK Molly Schriber to 2nd team All-OAC accolades


  • Guided team to 3-13-1 record, including a 2-7 mark in OAC action


  • Coached the Student Princes to a 6-11-1 record (3-6 OAC)


  • Led team to a 9-8-2 record (2-5-2 OAC)
  • The nine wins marked the most by a Heidelberg women's soccer team since the 2000 season
  • Kelsey Hogan, Kristen Schneider and Michelle Gross each earn All-OAC honors


  • Guided the Student Princes to a berth in the OAC Tournament and a 7-12-1 record (4-5 OAC)
  • The OAC Tournament appearance was the first for the Student Princes since 1999


  • Coached the Berg women to a 5-11-3 mark, including a 1-7-1 record in OAC matches


  • Went 5-13 in his second season as head coach, including a 3-5 mark in Ohio Athletic Conference play


  • In his first season, Spell coached his way to a 3-15 record (0-9 OAC)


  • Served as an assistant coach for both the men's and women's programs at his alma mater, Marietta College
  • Helped coach the women's team to a school-record 14 victories in the 2005 season

Collegiate Experience

  • 2003 graduate of Marietta College
  • Played four years of varsity soccer for the Pioneers
  • Served as team captain and was named the team's Most Valuable Player in both 2002 and 2003


  • Resides in Tiffin
  • Recieved masters of education from Marietta in 2005
  • Spell is a board member of the Tiffin Soccer Club
  • Active with the River Valley Soccer Club (RVSC), coaching an under-15 boys as well as an under-11 and under-12 girls team out of Parkersburg, W.Va
  • Follow the women's soccer program: Twitter - @bergsoccer