Daytona State College

Daytona State College Athletics
1200 W. International Speedway Blvd Daytona Beach, FL 32120
NJCAA Florida Southeast
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Brittany Jones

During the 2018 fall season, the Falcons posted a 3rd consecutive season with at least 11 wins. This was an accomplishment as the program welcomed 20 new players to the program. The group played the toughest schedule in school history as they played 5 games against opponents ranked within the top 10 in the 2018 NJCAA Preseason Poll. The group finished 11 – 5 with 3 of those losses coming against opponents that made the top 5 of the 2018 NJCAA Final Rankings. The team finished second in the Region and placed 7 players on the All-Region 8 Team. Michelle O’Driscoll was also recognized by the NSCAA as an All-Southeast Region Performer. Academically, the Falcons finished with a 3.22 team GPA and 6 players were named to the All-Region Academic Team.

During the 2017 fall season, the falcons improved upon their inaugural year with a record of 12-2, winning the regular season Region 8 conference and runners up in the Region 8 conference tournament. Daytona finished the season ranked 7th in the country in the United Soccer Coaches (USC) Poll and ranked as high as 4th in the NJCAA poll during the course of the season. The Falcons scored 62 goals on the season and allowed only 10 goals. Jones’ team received 4 All-Region 8 first team, 3 All-Region 8 second team awards, Region 8 Goalkeeper of the Year, and she was named Region 8 Coach of the Year for the second year in a row. Kaila Armstrong and Kristian Shores were both named to the USC All-South Region team as well as being named All-American second team and All-American honorable mention respectively. Academically, the Falcons finished with a 3.21 GPA and garnered 5 NJCAA All-Academic Awards.

During the 2016 inaugural fall season, the falcons made quite the wave with a record of 11-3, finishing the season ranked in the Top 20 in the United Soccer Coaches (USC) poll and as runners up in the Region 8 conference tournament. Daytona scored 51 goals on the season, while allowing only 7 goals against. Her team received 3 All-Region 8 first team, 3 All-Region 8 second team awards, Region 8 Goalkeeper of the Year, and she was named Region 8 Coach of the Year. Jones also received the USC South Regional Coach of the Year award for her 2016 team’s effort. Two players were named to the USC All-South Region, Shanade Hopcroft, and Kristian Shores. Academically, the Falcons finished the year with a 3.39 GPA, earning the USC Team Academic and 9 NJCAA All-Academic Awards for GPA’s above 3.6.

Jones joined the Falcons after completing four seasons at the helm of the NCAA DII Florida Southern program in Lakeland, Florida. Over the course of her four-year career at Florida Southern Jones saw both successes on the field and in the classroom. Athletically, her teams consistently played one of the toughest NCAA DII schedules in the country and were ranked as high as No. 22 nationally and No. 3 regionally. During her time at the helm FSC posted a few impressive results against nationally ranked competition including a 2-1 win over the #8 ranked Barry University who would go on to the NCAA Semi-finals.

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Maggie Manville

During the 2018 season, the Falcons finished 2nd within the Region 8 conference and placed 7 players on the All-Region 8 conference team, including freshman goalkeeper Makenna Gottschalk.

During the 2016 and 2017 seasons, the Falcons won a Region 8 conference championship, 13 NJCAA Region 8 awards, 4 USC All-South Region awards, 2 All-American nods, 14 NJCAA All-Academic Awards, and a USC Team Academic award. The Falcon goalkeepers only allowed a total of 17 goals, made 102 saves, and had a 0.835 combined save percent. During that time, Goalkeeper Kristian Shores was named 2x NJCAA All-Region 8 First Team, 2x NJCAA Region 8 Goalkeeper of the Year, 2x to the USC All-South Region Team, and in 2017 was named NJCAA All-American Honorable Mention. In 2017, Manville began working with the Orlando City Youth Soccer club on the goalkeeper coaching staff.

Manville joined the Daytona State College Women’s Staff after serving as the Assistant Coach at Johnson and Wales University in Denver, Colorado. Manville joined the Wildcats staff at the beginning of the 2015 season and served as both the goalkeeper coach and academic coordinator. “I am excited to have the opportunity to work with Maggie. I know that she will serve as an outstanding resource for our team and her experiences will greatly aid the development of our program,” stated Coach Jones.

In addition to her duties at Johnson and Wales Manville was an active participate in the youth coaching community in Denver. She worked with the Core Goalkeeper Academy training goalkeepers of all levels. Additionally, she worked with numerous youth teams in the Colorado Rapids Youth Soccer Program.

Coach Manville graduated from Eastern Michigan University (EMU) where she was a four-year starting keeper for the Eagles. In 2008, the Eagles finished as runner up in the Mid-American Conference tournament. Manville finished the 2009 season first in the MAC in save percentage (0.909), goals against per game (0.54), and ranked among the Top 10 DI goalkeepers in the NCAA. At EMU, Manville’s career stats rank among the top 3 in all-time career saves, save percent, saves in a game, goals against average, games started, wins, shutouts, and she remains number one in career minutes and games played. Manville earned her Master of Science from Durham University where she was the starting goalkeeper. During her time at Durham she was a member of the British Universities Colleges Sport (BUCS) Futsal National Champions as well as BUCS Football National Champion Runners up.

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