Harris - Stowe State University

3026 Laclede Avenue St. Louis, MO 63103
NAIA Missouri Midwest
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Scot Vorwold

Scot Vorwold enters his second season as Head Women’s Soccer Coach for the Hornets. Vorwold started his collegiate playing career in 2004 playing for Meramec Community College(St. Louis MO.) where they were ranked fifth in the nation at the junior college level. Vorwold transferred to Harris Stowe in the fall of 2005. Vorwold continued his playing career at Harris-Stowe as a student-athlete on the men's soccer team and as team captain for his final two seasons (2005-2007). Vorwold was an assistant for the HSSU men's soccer team from (2009-2015). In 2010 Vorwold led his U17 girl’s team to a Futsal National title.

Vorwold has served as the Athletic Director at Tower Grove Christian Academy since 2011. In addition, he has coached Tower Grove's varsity girls' soccer team to three consecutive state championships in 2012, 2013 and 2014, also earning conference coach of the year in 2009 & 2012.

Vorwold is a graduate of Harris-Stowe where he earned his degree in Business Administration

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Kelly Dickey entering her second season as assistant coach for the Hornets. Dickey was a three-year midfielder for Benedictine College (Atchison, Kansas) leading the school to its first NAIA National Tournament appearance in 2008. As a midfielder, Kelly scored two goals and added three assists for the No. 25 ranked Ravens during her senior year. She graduated from Benedictine in 2009 with a bachelor's of science degree in physical education and a concentration in coaching. Kelly worked as a certified personal trainer for two years before earning her nursing degree from Maryville University's accelerated nursing program in 2013. In addition to coaching, she currently works as a registered nurse in the intensive care unit at SSM DePaul Health Center in Bridgeton.

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Rob is in his first season as Assistant Coach for the Hornets. Rob played college soccer three years at the University of South Florida (1986-1988) and one year at Loyola Universtiy-Chicago (1989); he also played as a semi-pro player in the USISL (1997-1998) and in Germany's Oberliga (1998-2001). As a coach he has served in the past as a volunteer assistant for one year for the Washington University Men's Team under Head Coach Joe Clark and one year at CBC High School under Head Coach John Hefele and Terry Michler, he also coached the University of Mannheim Law School soccer team in Germany from 2010-2014. Rob holds the USSF 'C' and 'B' licenses. As a student, Rob graduated from Loyola-Chicago with a B.A. in political theory in 1990, from the Mizzou Law School with a J.D. in 1995, from the University of Amsterdam's Law School with an LL.M in European and Int'l Trade Law in 2001, and he is currently finishing his PhD project in international law with the University of Mannheim Faculty of Law. When not coaching soccer, Rob is busy being the owner/operator of the Amsterdam Tavern Soccer Bar in the Tower Grove South Neighborhood.

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