Luigi Scire enters his 21st season as the Head Women's Soccer coach at Webster University in 2019. The Gorloks have an overall record of 307-90-16 in their 20-year history, all with Scire at the helm. The team has won 14 SLIAC Championships in those 20 years while compiling a 177-14-2 league record. The women's soccer team has made 13 appearances in the NCAA Division III Tournament, advancing to the second round of the NCAA tournament on four different occasions.
Scire has the 15th highest all-time winning percentage (.763) among NCAA III coaches and the 26th highest women's all-time winning percentage in all Divisions. Scire has been named SLIAC Coach of the Year seven times in 20 seasons, most recently in 2018 and he joined the '300' win club last season with Webster's 3-1 win on Oct. 3 at Westminster (Mo.) College.
During Scire's coaching tenure the team has produced 71 First Team All-Conference players, 10 SLIAC Newcomers of the Year, 11 SLIAC Players of the Year, and 10 conference tournament Most Valuable Players. In addition, the team has had a player voted CoSIDA All-American and three CoSIDA All-District. The team had its first U.S.C. Academic All-American in 2015, and the first in SLIAC history. Twenty-nine Gorloks have landed berths on U.S.C. Academic All-Region, and 22 on the All-Central Region Teams. Three players have been recognized as NCAA Division III National Statistical Champs for goals, points per game, and goals against average.
For 19 consecutive years, Scire's teams have won the prestigious United Soccer Coaches (U.S.C.) Team Academic Award, one of only 10 programs to hold this distinction among all NCAA divisions nationally. In 2018, The team received Ethics Award from the U.S.C. for the 10 time.
Scire and his wife, Tina, have four children and reside in St. Louis.