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Auburn University at Montgomery

Auburn Montgomery Athletics
P.O. Box 244023 or 7031 Senator Dr Montgomery, AL 36124
Division 2 Alabama Southeast
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Julianne Herrity

Julianne Herrity enters her fourth season as the head coach of the Auburn University at Montgomery women's soccer program in 2023


Herrity joined the Warhawks as the program's eighth head coach in 2020, following a three-year stint as an assistant coach at NCAA Division II powerhouse Carson-Newman University. The Donegal, Ireland native helped the Eagles to a 46-11-3 record over the three-year span, highlighted by a mark of 25-3-2 in South Atlantic Conference play.


The Warhawks scored 17 goals during the 2022 campaign and posted three victories against GSC opponents including a dominating 4-1 victory on Senior Day against Shorter University. The Warhawks also earned a 1-1 draw against 18th-ranked Lee University on Oct. 16. Eight different players bagged a goal with nine players earning at least one assist, and AUM placed 18 athletes on the GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll.


AUM scored 27 goals over 16 matches in 2021, for an average of 1.69 per contest on their way to finishing 6-10. Forward Mayson Jaindl ranked in the top five in scoring in the GSC with nine goals netted on the year, while freshman midfielder Anila Mantello ranked third in the league with seven assists. Jaindl logged the program's first hat trick since 2018 with her three-goal performance in the Warhawks' 5-0 win at Shorter on Friday, Oct. 22. Senior defender McKenzie Nowin and Mantello both earned CoSIDA Academic All-District honors for their efforts both on the field and in the classroom.


The Warhawks tallied the first official win of the Herrity era on Saturday, Feb. 27 with a 1-0 shutout at Shorter University. Prior to that, AUM logged a 1-0 home exhibition win over West Alabama on Friday, Feb. 5. Junior Mayson Jaindl led the AUM attack with a pair of goals while four different Warhawks contributed for an assist during the 2021 GSC Spring Championship series. Keeper Rebecca Jamieson played in all 556 minutes in goal for the Warhawks, recording 30 saves and posting a save percentage of 67 percent. The Warhawks’ 2021 campaign in the GSC Spring Championship Series came to a close with a hard-fought 2-1 setback at Christian Brothers in the first round of the postseason tournament.


While serving as an assistant for the Eagles, Herrity handled the daily planning and coordinating of training sessions, recruiting of both domestic and international student-athletes, monitoring of academics in the classroom, scouting of opponents, analyzing game film and helping maintain the team budget.


With Herrity on the coaching staff, the Eagles captured the SAC regular-season championship in both 2017 and 2018, as well as the SAC Tournament championship and an NCAA Division II National Runner-Up finish in 2017.


The 2017 team became the first in the history of the CNU women's soccer program and the South Atlantic Conference to advance to the national championship match. The team, which finished 21-1-1, was ranked as high as second nationally during 2017, and only trailed for 42:44 of more than 2,100 minutes of game time.


Herrity enjoyed a decorated two-year playing career for the Eagles from 2015-16 prior to becoming an assistant coach. She compiled 43 points in 22 games during her senior season at striker, tallying 18 goals and adding seven helpers en route to being named to the 2016 First-Team All-SAC squad, NSCAA All-Southeast Region First Team, D2CCA All-Southeast First Team, and to NCAA Division II CoSIDA Academic All-District III Team. Herrity was also named the Tennessee Sports Writers Association Player of the Week twice during the season.


As a junior, Herrity appeared and started in 20 matches scoring 16 goals to go along with four assists. Seven of those 16 were game winning goals, which ranked seventh in the nation and also tied a school record. Following the 2015 season, she was named SAC Player of the Year, First-Team All-SAC, First Team All-Southeast Region by the NSCAA and D2CCA, and Third Team NSCAA All-American.


Herrity has coached within the Tennessee Olympic Development Program since 2018, where she's helped plan and run training sessions and evaluate female soccer players within the state of Tennessee. She additionally served as a head coach in the Global Premier Soccer Club from 2011-15, with stints in both Massachusetts and Florida during her time with the GPS.


Herrity holds a U.S. Soccer D Coaching License, as well as a Football Association of Ireland National D License.


Herrity earned her undergraduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science from Ulster University in Belfast, Northern Ireland in 2013. She received two master's degrees while at Carson-Newman, earning her Master's of Business Administration in 2016 and her Master's in Education in 2019.

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Katie Roberts

Katie Roberts enters her third season as the women's soccer assistant coach in 2023.


Roberts helped the Warhawks scor 17 goals during the 2022 campaign and posted three victories against GSC opponents including a dominating 4-1 victory on Senior Day against Shorter University. The Warhawks also earned a 1-1 draw against 18th-ranked Lee University on Oct. 16. Eight different players bagged a goal with nine players earning at least one assist, and AUM placed 18 athletes on the GSC Fall Academic Honor Roll.


Roberts joined the AUM coaching staff on August 4, 2021 from Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Ga., where she worked as an assistant coach since the fall of 2018.


While in Americus, Roberts assisted with all aspects of the program, including recruiting, planning and running training sessions, game preparation, film breakdown, travel planning, community service engagement, academics monitoring, and weight room training. Roberts worked with Hurricane goalkeepers in 2018, and additionally handled head coaching responsibilities in the 2019-20 and 2021 off-seasons while the position was vacated.


Prior to her time in Americus, Roberts served as an assistant coach at Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio from 2017-2018, where she worked primarily with midfielders and forwards. Under Roberts' guidance, the Lions led the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference with 58 goals scored in 2017 while forward Kaylan Gruber earned United Soccer Coaches Third Team All-American honors.


Prior to St. Joseph, Roberts was a volunteer coach at High Point University in High Point, N.C., where she was responsible for working with the HPU forwards. She also assisted with all aspects of the program including planning training sessions, film breakdown, assisting with gameday operations and the Fit for 90 athlete wellness monitoring system.


Roberts was a four-year letter winner at the University at Buffalo and was named the MAC Offensive Player of the Year as a senior in 2014. Over four years with the Bulls, Roberts played in 79 games with 60 starts and notched 53 points on 23 goals and seven assists. She was named to the MAC All-Freshman Team after leading the team in goals and assists in 2011 and led the team to a MAC Championship as a senior with 12 goals and three assists in 22 games.


Roberts holds a USSF E Coaching License. A native of Homerville, Ohio, she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University at Buffalo in May of 2015, while minoring in Education.

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