Mandy Green
Mandy Green
Title: Volunteer Assistant Soccer Coach

Mandy Green is in her second season as a volunteer assistant coach with the Youngstown State women's soccer program.

Green spent the last eight seasons as the head coach at South Dakota. Notable athletes during Green’s tenure include goalkeeper Mackenzie Viktor, who ranks second in program history for wins and shutouts, and striker Corey Strang, who ranks third for game-winning goals and fifth for total points.

Green coached an Academic All-American in Elena Tsakakis, eight all-Summit League honorees and 10 academic all-Summit League team members.

Prior to South Dakota, Green spent the 2009 season as an assistant coach at Xavier and coached at Minnesota State-Mankato from 2003-08, where she helped build the Mavericks into a Division II power.

She served as assistant coach from 2003-06 before being promoted to associate head coach in 2006. Green was heavily involved in recruiting, training and management of the MSU soccer program. During her time at Minnesota State, the Mavericks were consistently ranked in the top 25 and made it to the NCAA Division II Sweet 16 three times and won two North Central Conference championships. Minnesota State was ranked as high as No. 4 in the nation in 2007, which was the highest ranking in school history.

Green also coached at the University of Utah from 1999-2003, and served as the program's interim head coach for three months starting in November 2001.

She is a 1999 graduate of Macalester College in St. Paul, Minn., with a bachelor's degree in psychology. She earned a master's degree in sports psychology from the University of Utah in 2006.

Green and her husband, Josh, have a son, Jack, and a daughter, Ashleigh.