Spring Hill College (SHC) named Emily Marcouiller as its women's soccer head on November 13, 2019, after she served the 2019 season as the program's interim head coach. Previously, she spent the 2017 and 2018 seasons as the Badgers' assistant coach. SHC struggled through an injury riddled 1-15 campaign with a 0-12 mark in the Gulf South Conference (GSC) in 2019 after Marcouiller inherited an extremely young team with just two returning seniors, both of whom she lost to season-ending injuries early in the schedule.
She originally joined the Badger staff in August 2017 after having served as the Girls' Academy Director for Tennessee Soccer Club (TSC) in Nashville, Tenn. where TSC recently had taken steps to join the Elite Clubs National League, the premier league competition for girls’ soccer in the US. TSC also had seven teams win Tennessee State Championships, nine teams attend US Youth Soccer (USYSA) Championship Series Regionals and two teams compete at USYSA Nationals, one of which won a National Championship in 2017.
Prior to her time with TSC, Marcouiller served as the head coach at St. Cecilia Academy in Nashville where she led the program to three district championships and four trips to the elite round of the Tennessee High School Athletic Association (THSAA) playoffs. Under her development and leadership, the girls’ soccer program earned 28 All-District, 20 All-Region and five All-State player selections with Marcouiller earning Region Coach of the Year honors.
Marcouiller was a Girls’ Director of Coaching at Harpeth Soccer Club for six years prior to leading the program at St. Cecilia. She was the direct point of contact for all coaches, referees, parents and players in programs. She was at the forefront in the technical development of the girls program while working hand-in-hand with players and staff to contribute to success of the younger athletes. She also assisted in the promotion, management and oversight of the competitive tryouts and program advancement.
Marcouiller had extensive playing experience that includes competing at the NCAA Division I level with the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) as well as the Las Vegas Tabagators at the semi-professional level. Marcouiller holds her NSCAA National Diploma and USSF National licenses.