TIFFANY WEIMER

Girls Director, Head Coach (Girls 2007, UWS Women)

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Bio

DEGREE
  • Penn State BA Journalism
  • Southern New Hampshire MA English and Creative Writing
COACHING CREDENTIALS:
  • USSF A Coaching License
COACHING EXPERIENCE:
  • Yale Women’s Soccer
  • Sporting CT
  • Duktig Brand
PLAYING EXPERIENCE:
  • Tiffany’s professional playing career spanned over 12 years.
  • Including living in 6 different countries (Sweden x2, Denmark x2, Brazil, Canada, USA, Finland)
  • 6 different cities throughout North America (Kansas City, Boston x2, Portland, Vancouver, San Jose and DC).
  • She was a 3x All-American.
  • 2x Runner-Up for the Herman Trophy while setting records at Penn State including the Big Ten.
  • Penn State’s all-time leading goal scorer with 91 goals in 97 appearances.
  • At North Haven High School she scored a school record 109 goals in her four years.
  • All-American honors in her senior and junior years of High School.
BRIEF BIOTiffany Weimer is a former professional soccer player, current Yale Women’s Soccer Assistant Coach, Sporting CT Youth/Women’s Team Coach and the Co-Founder and owner of Duktig Brand, an innovative soccer brand creating soccer-specific products for the soccer community. She is also one of the Founders of the Girls Academy Advisory Panel, the first-ever player-led board for youth soccer in the world.
Tiffany’s professional playing career spanned over 12 years (it might be over it might not be, depends on the day), including living in 6 different countries (Sweden x2, Denmark x2, Brazil, Canada, USA, Finland) and 6 different cities throughout North America (Kansas City, Boston x2, Portland, Vancouver, San Jose and DC).Before playing professionally, she was a 3x All-American and 2x Runner-Up for the Herman Trophy while setting records at Penn State including the Big Ten and Penn State’s all-time leading goal scorer with 91 goals in 97 appearances.While playing at North Haven High School she scored a school record 109 goals in her four years, earning her All-American honors her senior and junior years.