Florida Tech Panthers Name Brooke Bradley as Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach

By  //  August 23, 2021

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Bradley recently served at Texas Women's University as graduate assistant, goalkeeper coach

Florida Tech head coach Ryan Moon has announced the hiring of Brooke Bradley as assistant coach of the women’s soccer program. (Florida Tech image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Florida Tech head coach Ryan Moon has announced the hiring of Brooke Bradley as assistant coach of the women’s soccer program.

“I’m extremely excited to welcome Brooke to the Florida Tech family,” said Moon.

“I’m confident that Brooke will come straight in and make an immediate impact on our program. Coming from a great playing background, in a winning environment, and a couple of great seasons coaching at the Division II level, Brooke will be a great addition to our coaching staff. She will bring great energy and enthusiasm to the athletic department and will enhance the experience of our scholar-athletes.”

Bradley comes to Florida Tech after serving as the Graduate Assistant and Goalkeeper Coach at Texas Women’s University from 2019 to 2021.

“I am extremely grateful to head coach Ryan Moon, Athletic Director Jamie Joss, and the search committee for giving me the opportunity to join the Florida Tech women’s soccer program,” Bradley stated.

“I’m excited to hit the ground running with the team. The start of the season is here and I having a great feeling about this program. I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to make an impact as well as make all of the Panther fans proud.”

While at Texas Women’s, Bradley helped guide the Pioneers to a 15-5-1 record, a 10-3-0 conference mark, and an NCAA Tournament bid in 2019. TWU then went 3-3 during the shortened 2021 spring season.

In her role as a graduate assistant, she oversaw team operations, created training curriculums, and coordinated the team’s road trips.

Prior to her time at TWU, Bradley worked as the goalkeeper coach with the United States Olympic Development Program from 2016 to 2018.

Simultaneous to her time with the Olympic Development Program and TWU, she served as a position specialist with the North Texas Celtic Football Club from 2015 to 2021, coaching over 600 boys and girls playing on over 60+ teams from U-5 to U-19.

Additionally, she was a coach with Number One Soccer Camp, based in Texas and Florida, from 2016 to 2017 working as a camp counselor facilitating weekly training programs for high school athletes.

A former Division I student-athlete, Bradley was a starting goalie for the University of North Texas women’s soccer program from 2015 to 2019.

A two-time Conference USA Goalkeeper of the Week, she played in 35 matches and earned a career record of 17-6-5 while accumulating 127 saves, 10 career shutouts, and career goals-against an average of 0.83 at UNT.

She helped lead the Mean Green to Conference USA regular-season championships in 2015, 2016, and 2018 and Conference USA Tournament championships in 2015, 2017, and 2018. She served as team captain of the Mean Green from 2017 to 2019.

In her best season at UNT, Bradley played in 19 matches during the 2017 season, with 15 stars, and earn a record of 10-2-4 in goal.

She recorded seven shutouts and 62 saves while allowing just 14 goals and had a .817 saves percentage that season. In 2018, Bradley received the Mean Green Spirit Award at the end-of-year athletics banquet.

While at UNT, Bradley was named to the Dean’s List four times and was a member of the National Honors Society of Leadership and Success and the Society for Human Resource Management.

Bradley earned a bachelor’s degree in organizational behavior and human resource management from North Texas in 2019 and then a Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in human resources from Texas Women’s University in Spring of 2021.

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